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Billie G. Williams

June 12, 1950 June 22, 2019
Billie G.  Williams
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Obituary for Billie G. Williams

Billie G. Williams was born June 12, 1950 in Purcell, Oklahoma to Bill and Faye Williams. He was born prematurely and was a fighter from day one. He was an only child born to his parents, but he had many brothers throughout his time at Oklahoma Military Academy and the Norman Fraternal Order of Police.

He passed away at his home in Noble, Oklahoma, surrounded by family and friends. He graduated from Oklahoma Military Academy in Claremore Oklahoma, later joining the United States Air Force. Billie later became Norman Police Master Patrolman. He enjoyed his time on the force and retired from NPD in 1984. He was then employed by The Bank of Oklahoma, retiring in 2009.

Billie always believed in faith, family, and friends. He enjoyed a love of cars, motorcycles, football, and drag racing. He also loved music and as a cadet at OMA was in the band where he played the trumpet. He was also the original grill master and loved to cook for his family and friends. Billie was a four-year OMA cadet, Band Commander for the year 68-69, Cadet Captain, Company Commander, Sargent Major as a High School Senior. He was members of the Chevron Society and Saber Society.

Billie attended both the annual reunions as well as the Padre Island reunions for many, many years. Even while he was under hospice care he returned to Claremore just two weeks ago for one last reunion. He received the Perseverance Award, which he truly deserved.

The family would like to extend their sincerest thanks and appreciation to the Life Springs Hospice team for the attentive, loving care they provided Billie in his final days.

Billie is survived by his loving wife of 37 years, Jennifer Williams, daughter Cristy Williams, son Billie Williams II, son Brian Williams and wife Teri, son Kevin Williams and Ali Rhoades, grandson Clayton Cannon, granddaughter Taylor Benson, and great granddaughter Alex Benson. He is also survived by his mother Arlene Williams, sister Kitty Casey and her husband Richard, sister Joyce Vinita and her husband Jim, and sister Merry Parker. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents Bill and Faye Williams, sister and brother-in-law Lee and Nancy Monday, & brother-in-law Mike Parker.

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6:00 PM 6/26/2019 6:00:00 PM - 8:00 PM 6/26/2019 8:00:00 PM
Tribute Memorial Care Event Center

708 24th Ave. NW
Suite 200
Norman, OK 73069

Family will receive friends 6PM - 8PM.

Tribute Memorial Care Event Center
708 24th Ave. NW Norman 73069 OK
United States

Celebration of Life




9:00 AM 6/27/2019 9:00:00 AM
Wildwood Community Church

1501 24th Ave. NE
Norman, OK 73071

Wildwood Community Church
1501 24th Ave. NE Norman 73071 OK
United States

Cemetery Details


Noble IOOF Cemetery Final Resting Place

8399 Main St
Noble, OK 73068

8399 Main St Noble 73068 OK
United States

Memorial Contribution

Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Association for the Guard Officer Leadership Development

Attn: Danette Boyle
OMA Alumni Association
Claremore, OK 74017

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