Elizabeth Williams

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M. Elizabeth Williams


Peacefully surrounded by her family at Brantford General Hospital on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 in her 83rd year.  Wife of the late Shelbert Williams.  Loving mother of John & Donna, Dave, Doris & Bill, Laura, Karen & Lynn, and Anthony & Connie.  Dear grandma of many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Cherished sister of Sandra & Gary, Peter & Kathy, and Brenda.  Also will be remembered by brother-in-law Ron, sisters-in-law Sharon, and Nora (Carmen), and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.  Predeceased by parents Peter & Theresa, siblings Manuel, Raymond, Karen, Roger, Winnie, Lance, and granddaughter Melissa.  Respecting her wishes the family will honour her life with visitation at Styres Funeral Home, 1798 4th Line, Ohsweken on Friday from 12-9 pm.  Funeral Service & Burial will be held at Lower Cayuga Longhouse on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 11 am.  www.rhbanderson.com

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Posted by Heidi M Grzesina on
My heart is broken, and I am so grateful for Liz's friendship, guidance and love over the last 30+ years. Cindy calls Liz our Spirit Mama and that, indeed she is. Thank you to all her family for sharing her with us. She has helped many, many ladies......
Liz, I am glad you suffer no longer and I know you are over the moon right now to be with Shelby, Melissa, your parents and all the rest of your siblings and family.
My heart will love you ALWAYS.
Posted by Michael on
My sincere condolences to Liz’s family.
Liz helped me in my journey and I will be forever grateful to her.
May you RIP Liz
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to the family...she will be missed
Posted by Melanee McAulay on
My sincere condolence to her family
Posted by Glyniss Bomberry-Thomas on
To Homey, Pitts, Dorie, Laura, Karen & Anthony & their families: Your mom was such a wonderful person, so caring and always trying to help others. She was loved and respected by many, and very accepting of everyone no matter who they were or where they came from. She has been family to me for over 30 years, I will miss her, her hugs, her kind words and helpful advice, but most of all, for her acceptance of me, as a friend who became family.
Glyniss Bomberry-Thomas
XO
Posted by Mary Clairmont on
Very sorry for the loss of this special person. Occasionally we would meet and it was like the years were not between our meetings. Liz was gentle and easy to share with. Shall miss her and our times that we did meet and caught up on life. Fondly remembered.
Mary
Posted by Trevor Martin on
My deepest condolences to the entire family. RIP Liz.
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