Wilfred John Williams
He never looked for praises. He was never one to boast. He just went on quietly working for the ones he loved the most… I’m describing Wilfred Williams who many have known as Johnny (some are just now finding out as this is being read); born to Alexander and Dorothy Williams on August 26, 1940, started walking the golden roads January 27th, 2021. Johnny had 12 siblings; Emma (Bill) Sweet, Phyllis (Tony) Barr, Doris (Bobby) Allen, Bonnie Williams, Florence Mabel Williams, Kenneth (Charlotte) Williams, Virginia (Don) Allen, Helene (Marvin) Williams, Alfred (Loretta) Williams, Alexander Williams, Dorothy Williams. One daughter, Angela (Larry) Mitchell, two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
So many memories he has left us from his love of mechanic[BM1] to being out on the water fishing. Always willing to teach his nephews and nieces our traditional rights of fishing. Johnny would hang his nets and get his boats in tip top shape for fishing nights. Always willing to lend a hand to anyone who had their car break down on them. So many times he saved his brother, Kenny and family, when they would break down in Washington or Montana on their way home. Johnny had even helped his dad build the family home, old grey house.
The loving brother and uncle who shared his love of wrestling and his home - many of his nieces and nephews have lived with him over the years. When wrestling was in local area he would load up his vehicle and take whoever he could fit. One time even jumping in the ring and becoming a contender, a memory his family will cherish forever.
Johnny is proceeded in death by his parents, Sisters: Emma (Bill) Sweet, Phyllis (Tony) Barr, Bonnie Williams, Mabel Williams, Virginia (Don) Allen, Dorothy Williams, Brother Alexander Williams.
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