William Thomas Williams

William Thomas Williams was born August 16th, 1952 and passed on December 5th, 2020. William was preceded in death by his father William and mother Wanda. He is survived by his wife Geneva of 36 years and six children, Matt, Edward, Brenda, Laura, Mickey and Karlie. Also survived by his brother Walt, sister L. Ann and fourteen grandchildren.


William had a passion for mechanical and electrical engineering which was shown throughout his career. He owned a very successful electrical company, AIC Electric. In his retirement, when he wasn’t hunting or fishing then he was building or fixing all things (tractor, truck, buildings, motorcycle, grandson’s wagon).


William had a love for the outdoors that was passed onto his children. Every weekend in his working years he went hunting or fishing. He was able to live out his dream and retire completely off grid away from all people so he could hunt and fish every day out his front door. William and Geneva’s marriage was full of love and adventure.


William’s passing came as a shock to his whole family. We did not know how to put one foot in front of another and are still taking it one day at a time. For information about his celebration of life please contact the family.

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  • Sure do miss him and uncle bill, dream dreams about the times we had together, sometimes wake up laughing with tears in my eyes! Those two were the best!

  • Toby’s passing really shocked me and left me broken hearted. I had the privilege of growing up with him and have so many wonderful memories of our time together. From coon hunting to bear hunting to dirt bike trips to fishing for everything from catfish at Searsville lake to our last trip out on Pyramid lake. He was an expert at everything he did and shared his experience to help everyone else. I love and miss my cousin and look forward to seeing him in heaven.

  • Laura Williams
    March 26, 2021 3:50 pm

    My Dad, Tom, was an amazing man! He wore many hats well. He was a kind soul, a loving heart, a very intelligent man and a friend of so many. His humor and fun nature lives inside me forever… He loved to make us laugh.. His passing is a raw reminder that everyday is a gift with the ones we love. I will forever be his Doody, a nickname he gave me as a child. I pray that he was welcomed home to eternal life by our compassionate and loving Lord, he is now in Paradise with his Mom and Dad, where we will be together again someday. As he sits on the lake, ripping lips with Grandma, he is at peace. Those left behind miss him so much and always will. I pray we too can find our peace, in this very deep valley, of death.

    “even there your hand will guide me” Psalm 139:10


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