December 21, 1942 ~ September 11, 2021 (age 78)


There was a lot of love in our dad’s life.  Even though he is gone, we know that his legacy will live on with all of us.  Kenneth M. Williams was born December 21, 1942 to Alexander and Dorothy Williams.  He was the 8th out of 13 children.  The Williams is a close-knit loving family.  Kenny continued that legacy throughout his life. 

On November 27, 1967 Kenny married the love of his life Charlotte.  They were blessed with one good child and three others J Kenneth C. (Deandra) Williams, Sherina (Stacey) Sam, Marcia (Mike) Mault, Leeland (Lacey) Williams.  Blessed with ten grandchildren: Kaleb Williams, Stacer Sam, Sampson Sam, Kendra Williams, Saleena Sam, Kristopher Ekanger, Scotty Sam, Cameron Williams, Kacey Ekanger, Kai Williams. Two great grandchildren: Kasen Williams and Reign Williams

Kenny grew up on the Muckleshoot Reservation with his siblings: Emma Sweet, Phyllis Barr, Doris Allen, Baby, Wilfred (Johnny) Williams, Florence Mable Williams, Bonnie Williams, Virginia Allen, Helene (Marvin) Williams, Alfred (Loretta) Williams, Alexander Williams, Dorothy Williams, and Cousin Elaine “Toots” Baker

In the early 1980’s Kenny and Charlotte moved with their children to Colville, Kettle Falls, Inchelium, and Mobridge South Dakota.  The moved caused his family to grow closer together.

In 1990’s Kenny and Charlotte moved back home to Muckleshoot so Kenny could become the Pastor of the Pentecostal Church where he loved to minster to his people and community.  During this time Kenny and Charlotte met lot of friends who became family.  They have several spiritual sons, daughters, and grandchildren including but not limited to Neal Manuel, Isaiah Garcia, Joel Garcia, Jonah Penn, Jeremy StandsOver Bull.

Kenny and Charlotte took in several foster children including a niece Emma (baby Carole) and nephew Alex as well as helping Gerri with her brothers: Lloyd, Dale, Kelvin, and John-John after their mother (Phyllis) passed away.

Kenny is most known for his contagious laugh and lighting up the room with his SMILE.  You would always see Kenny out walking rain or shine.  He loved taking trips with his family.  Family Time was important, making memories on his favorite holidays, Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas.  When invited he would attend all family events.  4th of July he had fireworks stand where his children and grandchildren worked so Kenny could spend time with family and at the end he would end with a big bang!!

On his baby sister Dot’s birthday September 11, 2021, Kenny heard “well done thou good and faithful servant enter into the joy of the Lord” (Matthew 25:22) and was welcomed by his parents Alexander and Dorothy, son Theodore, great grandson baby boy, sisters: Emma, Phyllis, Virginia, Florence, Bonnie, Dot.  Brothers: Johnny, Alex and sibling baby Williams along with several nieces and nephews.  We know he was also greeted at the pearly gate by his special cousin Levi Hamilton, two of his best friends: Al Brown and Eugene King Sr. and two of his spiritual sons: Robbie and Arron Garcia.

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