We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Cox Funeral Home
Willie Dair Williams was born to proud and loving parents, Willie A. Williams and Agnes Terry, in Evergreen, Texas on May 10, 1952.
Willie received his formal education at Lincoln High School in Coldspring, Texas.
With the blessing of being raised in a loving, Christian home and community, Willie dedicated his life to Christ at an early age at Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church, in Maynard, Texas.
Willie worked in construction, logging and was a successful entrepreneur. In his leisure time, he enjoyed spending time with his kids and family, caring for his horses, laughing and joking with family and friends and he loved to cook.
Whenever Willie entered any room there was instant life. He had a way of putting a smile on everyone’s face. His loving demeanor, genuine and quiet spirit spoke volumes, with few words. He was full of wisdom and knowledge. He often shared it with all he encountered. His incredible spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
On February 2, 2021 at 9:26 p.m., Willie departed this life to be with his personal Lord and Savior. He was preceded in death by his parents: Willie A. Williams and Agnes Terry; sisters: Wynette Terry and Jessie Ann Reed and brother: Donnie Terry.
Willie leaves behind to cherish his memories, his wife: Ola Mae Williams; sons: Willie Williams, Kendrick Dickerson (Constance), Terry Sanford (Kelly), Jarvis Sparks, Travon Williams, Kelvin Elzie and Shedrick “Jake” Sanford; daughters: Geneva Bell (Joe Steliga), Cassandra Williams, Brenda Williams, Maronda (Felicia) Jefferson, Chenika Ferguson, Myanique Jefferson and the princess: Dalliyah Williams; brothers and sisters: Sterlin Terry, Gladys Terry, Linda Williams, Willie Mae Scott (Larry), Etta Nobles (Jimmy), Charles Wilson and Rachel Denson, and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.