Doyle Lavern Williams (92)

Carmi, Illinois
Birth: October 16, 1929
Death: January 12, 2022

Doyle L. Williams, 92, of Carmi, Illinois, died Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro, Illinois. He was born October 16, 1929, in Burnt Prairie, Illinois, the son of Chancey Raymond Williams and Grace (Hunsinger) Williams. He was married to Anna Lee (Clark) Williams on September 12, 1953, and she survives.

Doyle was a farmer and served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, and attended the New Beginnings Church of God in Carmi. In his leisure time, he enjoyed taking care of his yard.

Survivors include his wife, Anna Williams of Carmi; son Rick (Kathy) Williams of Louisville, Kentucky; daughter Kimberly (Matt) Bricker of Dawsonville, Georgia; grandchildren Daniel (Jennifer), Taylor (Blair), Benjamin (Courtney), Whitney (Kevin), Michael, Lizzy, Ashley; great-grandchildren Westley, Josie, Hank, Ruthie, Everett, Cassidy, Caydence, K.J., Geniveve, Sierra, Kira, Grayson, and Aiden.

He is preceded in death by his parents; and siblings Earl Williams, Valeta Stahl, and Joye Cusic.

Doyle’s funeral service will be private for family.

Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi is in charge of arrangements.

Visitation: Private Family Visitation
Service: Private Family Service
Burial: White County Memorial Gardens, with Military Honors, Carmi, Illinois

5 thoughts on “Doyle Lavern Williams”

  1. Sorry for your loss! I have many fond memories of him and the extended family at grandma Hattie’s. I truly miss those times when we all got together.
    I will be praying for peace and comfort for all of you!

  2. Use to do a lot of work for Doyle years ago when I worked for Mallette Equipment. It was a real pleasure to get to know him. Probably the most mild mannered guy I have ever been around. My best to all of his family.

  3. Doug and Nancy Winter

    Ann, Rick, and Kim,
    We have your family in our thoughts and prayers for peace in your loss. Doyle was a great friend through the years and we will really miss his kind voice and gentle personality. He was genuinely a good man.
    Love and prayers, Doug and Nancy

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