Louise Alvira Williams, 70, of Plano, TX, was granted her angel wings on August 7, 2020, with her family by her side.
Louise was born on August 10, 1949, in Moorhead, Minnesota and lovingly raised by her aunt, Edith V. Bjorkman. She first and foremost led a life of service in the name of The Lord. She was active in the church and enjoyed singing in the choir. You could always find her with her hands up, belting out worship music in praise and celebration of Him, as music truly moved her soul. Her favorite Christian artist was Chris Tomlin, and she always had one of his CDs in her car player.
Louise was a tenacious fighter, always gave 110% and was never afraid of a little competition. She was the co-valedictorian of her graduating class of 1967 at Hillcrest Lutheran Academy in Fergus Falls, MN. She was known to juggle multiple bowling leagues concurrently, and in her down time, loved a good drawn-out board game or jigsaw puzzle.
Her 30+ year career in health insurance administration brought her to the Dallas/Forth Worth area with her infant son in 1985. She pulled double duty as a single mother with a demanding job and never once let it show. Every decision she made in life was for God and her son, and nothing could ever change that.
Louise had a larger-than-life heart, a witty sense of humor and never turned down the opportunity to volunteer her time to help and serve others - even the furry kind. Her infectious laugh lit up any room, and her unconditional love for friends and family cemented life-long relationships.
Her dedication, sacrifices and loyalty will live on in the hearts of everyone she touched throughout her journey.
Louise is survived by her son, David Williams, and his partner, Travis Wolff, of Irving, TX.; and Toby, her most adorable and sweet tuxedo kitty now adopted by her two sons.
A memorial service celebrating her life will be held at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Mesquite, TX on Saturday, September 12th at 2:00pm. A donation in her name to Operation Kindness no-kill animal shelter in Carrollton, TX is requested in lieu of flowers.