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Shirley Mae WilliamsShirley Mae Williams Shirley Mae Williams, 89, of Green River, passed away suddenly on July 21, 2018 at her home. She was born February 1, 1929 in Marshfield, WI, the daughter of Lawrence J. Radlinger and Gladys Gertrude Specht Radlinger. She married Charles Leroy Williams Jr. June 27, 1955 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He preceded her in death in 1987. Shirley enjoyed puzzles, dancing, roller skating, playing the piano, making Christmas ornaments, crocheting, family games, writing letters, attending her grandchildren’s sporting events, reading the Bible and Danielle Steel, bowling and eating candy kisses. Survivors include her two daughters, Debbie Gwaltney of Green River and Sherri Little of Banning, CA; two stepsons, Chuck Williams III of Indianapolis, Indiana and Todd Williams of CO; two brothers, Butch Radlinger of Chula Vista, CA and Jim Radlinger of Escondido, CA; one sister, Darlene Kuehmichel of Portland, OR; seven grandchildren, Dawn, Kristy, Charity, Kellie, Mandy, Kevin and Erik; nine great-grandchildren, Talon, Blake, Darik, Dillon, Lucy, Annabelle, Ethan, Ellie and Cameron. She was preceded in death by her parents Lawrence and Gladys, husband Charles Williams Jr., Lois Goeres, Dick Radlinger and Kathy Williams. Cremation has taken place. At her request, no services will be held. Condolences for family can be left at www.foxfh.com.
Prayers from us to all you....Caleb Ragsdale and family.
Bryan Ragsdale Jul 28 2018 2:11 PM
Debbie - I'm so sorry...I remember your Mother as always such a sweet lady...praying for you and your family. Marsha Tynsky
Marsha Jul 26 2018 9:33 PM
What a nice lady, the football and basketball games will not be the same without her. Jan and I always were glad to see her and we will miss her greatly. Bud and Jan Chappell
Bud and Jan Chappell Jul 24 2018 3:32 PM
Shirley was a beautiful lady with always a smile and hug. Her face expression and eyes always let you know she had a loving and kind heart. I knew she loved her family deeply because she was always by their side. I would tell her often how nice she looked and she would modestly say with a giggle, Thank you! May God comfort Shirleys family during this difficult time and strengthen and heal their hearts each day with His bountiful love.
LeAnn Heiser Jul 24 2018 12:09 PM
What a one of a kind lady Shirley was. I am proud that I had her in my life. Shirley was so generous. She always made the world around her a better place. I cherish the birthday cards she wrote me every year and most of all the beautiful handmade Christmas tree ornaments that I will pass on to my daughter. She was an angel here on earth and now I am sure she is a heavenly angel. God bless the family she was so proud of and loved so deeply.
Sandy Johnson Jul 24 2018 8:33 AM