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Linda Lou Williams
May 3, 1945 ~ January 3, 2024 (age 78) 78 Years Old
Linda Lou (Kinder) Williams, born May 3, 1945, passed away in the evening of January 3, 2024 at Piketon Nursing Center.
She was born in Toledo, Oh. She was raised in Maumee, Oh. After graduating from Maumee high school, she remained in Maumee to raise her family. In 1997 she moved to Zephyrhills, Fl to live her best life. She made many friends there who became her family. In 2013 she moved to Lucasville, Oh to spend her remaining years with her son, Paul and his wife Tonjya, closer to all her grandchildren. Over the years she had many visits from her loved ones and made many great memories that will last us a lifetime.
She loved crafts, board games, soap operas and anything Elvis. Her favorite thing was her family. She loved spending time with all her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her son Timothy B Williams, her son Edward A Williams, her Aunt Mary Sevey, her Uncle Delmar Sevey, her brother Joe Kinder and her sister Chloe Walters.
She is survived by her son Paul A Williams, daughter in law Tonjya T Williams, and their children, Jamie Williams, Jacob Williams, Jessica sherman, and Joshua Williams. She is also survived by her sisters Barbara Schramm and Suzan Kosch. Also surviving her are her grandchildren Leann Williams, Diana Williams, Rachel Williams, Amanda Williams, Ryan Williams and TJ Williams. Also many great grandchildren.
Many thanks to the Piketon Nursing Center where she resided for the last three months. And thank you to Buckeye Hospice for everything you’ve done and continue to do.
We will forever remember you for the beautiful soul you are and have shared with us. It will live in our hearts forever. Love you grandma.