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Walter Alvin Williams III
February 2, 1947 ~ October 27, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Walter A. (Buzzy) Williams III age 76 yr, of Fort Worth , Texas, was reunited with his family in heaven on October 27, 2023. He is receiving all the rewards from our Father God that he greatly deserves.
He was born on Feb 2, 1947 in El Paso, Texas to Walter A. Williams Jr. and Mary Helen Williams.
Walter is preceded in death by his beloved parents and brother Michael Williams.
He was a beloved husband, father, step-father and grandfather. He is survived by his beloved wife of 12 yrs and high school sweet heart, Judy Williams and her family; Tina Crouse (husband Gary), daughters, Leah, Kelsey, and Avery; and Judy's son, Davis Thomas; Walter's daughter, Heather Williams; and grandson, Avery Williams; his step-daughters, Raquel Hickernell ( husband Phil) children, Alec, Are & Aubren; Lanie Klepp (husband Mike); children, Tyler, lan, Katie, and Lauren.
He was a beloved big brother to his sisters, Margaret Southern, Paula Long and Judy Maddox.
From a young age, he understood the value of hard work. He had a strong work ethic, eagerly accepting challenges, was always consistent in delivering a positive result. He graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in El Paso, Tx. He attended Texas Western College in El Paso and Ventura College in Ventura, California. He had a passion for sports, travel, music, art, reading, sailing, cooking and making friends from all over the world.
He led an adventurous life working in the petroleum industry for over 30 years. He retired from National Oilwell Varco out of Bakersfield, Ca. He got a kick knowing that he worked for companies across the world that power the industry that powers the world. He was highly experienced and knowledgeable in all phases of the oil/gas industry. He was a valued member of the organizations he worked for.
He was a wonderful, kind- hearted man, full of joy and love for others. Nobody could tell a funny joke like Buzzy Williams. "Let 'er Rip Tater Chip."
Being a strong man of faith and prayer, he did not stand in judgement of others. He touched all the people he met. He surely will be missed and fondly remembered.
Walter encouraged others to attend a church where they would experience the light, the wisdom of God and the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ to be a blessing going down the road "4-Sure-O"
Two of his favorite scriptures:
John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
John 14:12 Let not your heart be troubled, believe in God and believe in me.
At his request, no funeral is planned. However, he believed that we celebrate life on earth and be comforted that he is alive in heaven, joined with all the saints keeping all of us in prayer.