Home Life Obituary: Angela L. Williams

Obituary: Angela L. Williams


HAUGHTON – Angela L. Williams passed away on Friday, December 16, 2016, at Grace Home in Shreveport. She was born on November 19th, 1947, in Bossier City, LA.

Angie grew up in Haughton, Louisiana. She graduated from Haughton High School and was a member of the Haughton Baptist Church.

Right out of school she married her high school sweetheart, Gary Horton. They were married just a short while. Then in 1977, she met and then later married Jerry Wayne Williams of St. Augustine, Texas. They were married for 17 years living in the Haughton and Bossier area while owning and operating several different businesses.

Her passion was always her family. She was a wonderful mother and a great “Nana” to all her grandkids, which she loved dearly. Her second passion, which she discovered the last 25 years of her life, was traveling the country dealing in antiques. She became very proficient at it and was well respected in the business. Her eyes always lit up whenever she was showing one of her latest “finds” and then telling the story behind it.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Helen Lewis; her former husband, Jerry Williams; and her granddaughter, Casey Lyn Horton.

She is survived by her best friend in life for over the last 20 years, Dallas Krinhop. Angie is also survived by four children and their spouses, Kerry and Judy Horton, Tracy Horton, Dr. Steven and Angela Williams, Kelly and John Camp. Angie was blessed with ten grandchildren and also seven great-grandchildren. She is survived as well by her brother, Bob Lewis and wife Ann; and her sister, Roxie Rice and husband Buddy.

Per her request there will be a visitation at Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home for family only on Monday, December 19th, 2016. The following day, Tuesday, December 20th, there will be a graveside service at Haughton Cemetery for family and friends.

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Sean Green is managing editor of the Bossier Press-Tribune.


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