Memorial service planned for Velbert Williams

Velbert Lee Williams, 66, of Heavener, was born May 26, 1954 in Pleasant Hill, Missouri to Carl “C.V.” Velbert and Billie Jeanne (Price) Williams and passed away Dec, 25, 2020 in Heavener.

Memorial service is 2 p.m. May 29 at Big Creek Baptist Church in Heavener. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home of Heavener.

Velbert was a long-time resident of the area, worked for the Heavener Feed Store, and was a bee keeper. He also worked in pulp wood, logging, and sawmills. He was in the Oklahoma National Guard-E5-Infantry and was a minister of THE WORD. Velbert loved the Lord. He enjoyed spending time with his grandkids, family, and friends. Velbert loved honey bees, gardening, and woodworking.

Surviving family members are his wife, Treva Ann (Ollar) Williams, of the home; one daughter,

Rebekah Ann (Williams) Ramos, of Heavener; two sons Daniel Charlton Williams and wife Mary Elizabeth (Unruh) of Aurora, Colorado, and Timothy Lee Williams and wife Amber Donn (Ethridge) of Gainesville, Texas; one sister Cathy Jeannine (Williams) VanAllen and husband Richard VanAllen of Sharon Springs, Kansas; three brothers James “Jimmy” Gerald Williams and wife Carmen (Christopher) of Monroe, Kent Wesley Williams of Oklahoma City, and Ike Huston Williams of West Yellowstone, Montana; nine grandchildren Hunter William McCollom, David Benjamin Matthew Scrivener, Ryan Joseph Williams, Hayden Blake Williams, Chloe Elizabeth Williams, Parker David Williams, Nathan Lee Williams, Isabella Jeanine Williams and Lillian Ann Williams; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and a host of many friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Marcus Matthew Williams; one sister, Patricia Irene (Williams) Trujillo; and one brother, David “D.D.” Gene Williams.

In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to be made in honor of Velbert to Gideon Bibles.

To sign Velbert’s online guestbook please visit www.dowdenrobertsfuneralhome.com.

 

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