Tommie Dorothea “Dot” Williams 81 of Pecos passed away at her residence in Pecos, Texas.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday March 19, 2019 from 9:00 am to 5:00 PM at Pecos Funeral Home.
Graveside services will be held on Wednesday March 20, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Mt. Evergreen Cemetery with Pastor Rey Carreon Officiating.
Tommie Dorothea Roberson was born in Harlingen, Texas to Bill Roberson and Merle Gibson on June 22, 1937.
She married Leon Walser. They had three children Roger Dale, Gary Dan and Beverly Blanche. They later divorced and she later married Allen Williams. She worked as a waitress at various places around Pecos.
She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Allen Williams Grandson Tommy Tucker; Daughter-In-Law Nancy Walser Brother Donald Roberson and Four Sisters; Rita Weddle of Pecos, Tiny Barbie of Andrews and Freddie Blackwell of Seagraves and Ted Lumpkin of Odessa.
She is survived by her Children; Roger Walser of Yukon MO; Gary Walser and wife Vangie of the Philippines, Beverly Bishop and husband Johnny of Pecos and Daughter-In-Law Sherry Walser of Elk Creek MO.
Sisters Mary Williams and husband Jo Ed. Shirley Henderson and Husband Danny. 17 Grand Children and 36 Great Grandchildren and 11 Great-great-grandchildren.
Step-Children Steve Williams and wife Phyllis of Austin, Jo San Metz of Hayfork, California, Julie Williams, Dixie Tolbert and husband Monty of Sulpher Ok, Debra Williams of Tulsa OK 10 grandchildren and 23-great-grandchildren.
The family of Dorothy Williams wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Doctor Bajaj of Odessa his nurse Susan and Doctor Racsor and all the friendly and helpful nurses of Texas Oncology of Odessa., and Doctor Cerna and all the nurses at Reeves County Hospital. All the nurses of American Home Health and Hospice. They were all so helpful and caring towards my mother. I would like to also thank Satina and Susan of the Hope House of Midland and Odessa for all their Love and Kindness.
Services are under the direction of Pecos Funeral Home.
Grandma Dot..... I'm blessed to have had you as my grandma. I have grown from your influence and will treasure your love deeply. I hold you in my heart amongst the few, too few women I admire as our Mother, Grandma. See you soon.
Tessa WalserSpringfield, MO
I am deeply saddened I knew her I would go with my neice to visit her grandma Dot, when she was little an we had the best times spent with her she was a kind woman with a good heart an always welcoming I will miss her an never forget her kindness an love she brought to our hearts an may she rest peacefully with God and her loved ones.
Angelique HernandezPecos, TX
I will always love and miss you...I will always remember you and the good times with family visits
Timothy WalserHouston, MO
Our hearts are filled with sadness and our prayers are with you all. We will remember Dot with love and affection.
John and Christy (Burke) SturgeonSan Angelo, TX
Truly sorry for your loss
NOLAN BLOUNTLaveen, AZ