Esther L. Williams
November 9, 1914 – June 29, 2019
Survived by sons, Grant Williams (Judy) and David Williams (Eleanor); daughter, Gloria Williams; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Wednesday, July 3rd at 2pm at Hillcrest Memorial Park.
Aunt Esther was the sweetest lady! A wise woman! We loved her so much! She touched our lives throughout the years. I always wished I could be like my Aunt Esther!
I am sending thoughts and prayers to Esther’s family during this difficult time. I cared for Esther for a couple years at Hillcrest. She was always such a joy to be around. My puppy (black and brown long haired dachshund) seemed to always put her in a great mood. I will miss her smile and laugh! It brings me peace to know she is in a better place.
Sharing in your sadness as you remember our Grandma, Esther Williams. The Heart that Esther had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege of knowing her, this included our family. My family and I were so fortunate to have had Esther in our lives! What a wonderful, kind hearted, thoughtful person she was. There are countless memories of holidays, birthdays, first moments that we will cherish forever. Our thoughts are with you during this sad time. She will be in our hearts and memories forever, we will really miss her. She chose to make us her family and for that we will always be grateful, rest in peace Est. (Bintou, Musa, Yama, Mo and Modou)
Esther has been with me since day one, helping me with my schoolwork, and teaching me all kinds of things as I was growing up, including making a great Mac and cheese. During her final years, every time we visited Esther, her face brightened up at the sight of us, and my face did the same too. I will always remember Esther, as my Grandma, but most importantly, as a hero to me. (Mo)