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Posted: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 11:52 am

Patricia Ann Winnett Williams decided she was satisfied with life March 3, 2019 and passed from this life to life more abundantly.

She was born to Floyd and Hazel Winnett on Nov. 24, 1932 in Fort Worth, Texas, where she would grow up. She studied dance and voice, competed in numerous pageants, and held numerous titles in the Fort Worth, Texas area and would later graduate from Carter Riverside High School.  

She married French Byron Williams in June 1950. They had five sons, and enjoyed boating and fishing. She was a part of the PTA, a den mother with the Cub Scouts, a member of Calvary Cathedral in Fort Worth, she worked as a procurement officer for the Fort Worth branch of the U.S. Postal Service, and retired after 27 years of service. Upon retirement, she and Byron moved west to settle in Marathon, Texas. She worked over the next 20 years at Mitchell’s Furniture and Flooring, William’s Tax Service, and Grace Christian Fellowship, and she was a precinct judge for the Republican Party for many years, all in Alpine, Texas.

Patricia, aka “Granny,” will be missed by her family and friends until the Lord’s return.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Hazel Winnett, and her late husband, French Byron Williams. She is survived by her brother Larry Winnett of Fort Worth; her five sons, Byron David Williams of Athens, Texas, French Lane Williams of Fort Worth, Mark Owen Williams of Marathon, Matthew Nince Williams of Athens, Texas; and Daniel Williams of Granbury, Texas; 16 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Services were held March 6, 2019 at Grace Christian Fellowship in Alpine, followed by burial at the Marathon cemetery.

 Alpine Memorial Funeral Home was entrusted with her services. Online condolences may be made at alpinememorialfuneralhome.com.

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