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Patsy B. Williams
09/07/1940 — 11/03/2023
From Benton City, WA | Born in Pawhuska, OK
Patsy B. Williams
Patsy Bryan Williams of Benton City, Washington went to be with her Heavenly Father on November 3, 2023. Pat was born September 7, 1940 in Pawhuska Oklahoma, the second of four children of Richard and Norma Bryan. The family moved to the Tri-Cities during World War II for work at the Hanford area and made their home in Benton City.
Pat was a graduate of Kiona-Benton City High School. She worked for Exxon Nuclear at the Hanford area for many years, and she cherished the life-long friendships she made working there.
Pat raised her family in Richland, Washington. Her children Jeffrey and A’Lisa were the center of her life. She was a supportive mother, the most loving and accepting person in our lives. She loved babies, and was a volunteer foster mother, opening her home to children who needed a safe and loving place. Pat met the love of her life, David Williams, and they married July 3, 1982. As Dave is also a Benton City boy, they returned to their hometown, to a house on a hill with a panoramic view of the Yakima River. Pat loved hosting family and friends for big holiday get-togethers at their home.
Pat is remembered for her warm smile, her elegant style, her keen sense of humor, and her gracious and friendly spirit. She loved the people in her life, and she was so very loved in return. She held especially close to her heart her sister Jeanne, her niece Darrlyn, and her nephew Rick. She was a wonderful woman and will be dearly missed by the many people whose lives she touched.
Pat was preceded in death by sister Kay, father Richard, brother Charlie, Mother Norma, and daughter A’Lisa. She is survived by her loving husband of 41 years, David Williams at the family home in Benton City, Washington, sister Jeanne (Marvin) Leigh, of The Dalles Oregon, son Jeff Andersen of Richland, Washington, grandson Christopher Andersen of Pasco, Washington, and many nieces and nephews.
Final arrangements are managed by Einan’s at Sunset Funeral Home. No services are planned. The family will gather at a future date for a celebration of Pat’s life. The family wish to thank Hospice House Tri-Cities Chaplaincy for their compassionate care of a much-loved mother, wife, sister, grandmother, aunt, and friend.
I didn’t know Pat had passed away until a little while ago. I’m so sad, she was the sister I never had. We had so much fun when we lived together in Richland. Going to high school was a lot of fun..I just can’t believe she is gone…Peace and love my dear friend. 💔
So sorry for your loss. Ran into her quite some time ago. We both were looking for our cars in Walmart parking lot. Had a nice visit. She was a remarkable women.
We will miss you Pat, especially your warm smile and generous heart 🥰
I will miss Pat more than she’ll ever know….. we had a lot of great times and memories as well as some not so great time and memories. I chose to remember the good ones. She was always there for me when I needed someone. I could tell you many stories of our fun and crazy time but that’s another day…. thanks for everything Pat… you are missed.