In memory of
Fred Williams
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In memory of
Fred Williams
Fred Williams passed away peacefully in San Antonio on June 3rd, 2019 surrounded by close family and friends. On Nov 29, 1946 at 7:07am Frederick Edward Williams was born seven minutes after his identical twin brother Robert Allen Williams. Fred is survived by his sister Bonnie Ann Williams (Johnston) and her children Robin, Mark, and Brian. He is preceded in death by his father William Robert Williams (1915-1991) and his mother Estelle Withmeyer Williams (1919-2008) as well as his brother Robert (1946-1986). After attending De La Salle High School in New Orleans, he graduated from LSUNO with a degree in Business Administration. His first job was in the Commercial Insurance industry where he worked for the next 40 years. Fred loved Mardi Gras and traveled to over 20 nations seeing some of the great wonders of the world. While living in New Orleans, he worked for Le Petit Theatre and Gallery Circle Theatre. He lived in New Orleans and Houston and finally settled in San Antonio in 1989.
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In memory of
Fred Williams
Fred Williams passed away peacefully in San Antonio on June 3rd, 2019 surrounded by close family and friends. On Nov 29, 1946 at 7:07am Frederick Edward Williams was born seven minutes after his identical twin brother Robert Allen Williams. Fred is survived by his sister Bonnie Ann Williams (Johnston) and her children Robin, Mark, and Brian. He is preceded in death by his father William Robert Williams (1915-1991) and his mother Estelle Withmeyer Williams (1919-2008) as well as his brother Robert (1946-1986). After attending De La Salle High School in New Orleans, he graduated from LSUNO with a degree in Business Administration. His first job was in the Commercial Insurance industry where he worked for the next 40 years. Fred loved Mardi Gras and traveled to over 20 nations seeing some of the great wonders of the world. While living in New Orleans, he worked for Le Petit Theatre and Gallery Circle Theatre. He lived in New Orleans and Houston and finally settled in San Antonio in 1989.
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