Mildred “Mim” Williams, 92 of Powhatan Point, Ohio passed away Wednesday August 12, 2015 in Wheeling Hospital. She was born January 20, 1923 in Bellaire, Ohio to the late Robert and Selma (Zatezalo) Munas.
Mildred was a member of the United Methodist Church, Powhatan Point, Ohio. She worked for the Pentagon in Washington D.C., for the U.S. Government in Germany where Andrew her husband was stationed after WWII.
She was a secretary at Ormet and at the Powhatan High School. Last she was a homemaker and No. 1 babysitter to Scott and Craig.
Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Andrew “Tex” Williams Sr., a son Andrew”Tex” Williams Jr., sisters, Marylynne “Seck” Mehl, Florence “Bitt” Yarbrough, Violet “Tootsie” Camilleri, brothers, Eli Munas, Dewey Munas and Nick Munas; two nieces Carolynn “Sissy” Frees and Marilyn Korthals as well as a nephew Dewey “Doods” Munas Campbell.
She is survived by her three children, Selma “Sally” (Larry) Bayless of Powhatan Point, Ohio, Robert (Sandra) Williams of Las Vegas, Nevada, and David Williams of Powhatan Point, Ohio; six grandchildren, Scott (Kerri) Bayless, Craig Bayless, Philip (Lori) Williams, Nick (Julie) Williams, Ashley Williams, Whitney (Steven) Holmes. Great grandchildren to Mee Maw and much joy to her heart, Liam and Evyn Bayless. Also, Anthony, Nathan, Emma, Isabelle, Hudson and Destiny Williams, Bentley and Lucas Holmes as well as several nieces and nephews who knew her as “Tettie Mim”.
She loved gardening, flowers, quilting, tying blankets, was an avid reader of all sorts of books and doing the daily crossword puzzle.
Family and friends will be received at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 186 Main St, Powhatan Point, Ohio 43942 on Sunday August 16, 2015 from 3 until 6 pm. Services will be held on Monday August 17 at 11 am with David Smith officiating. Burial will follow in Powhatan Cemetery.
Many thanks to the people who took care of her at Shadyside Care Center and Cumberland Point Nursing Home.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Powhatan Library of which she borrowed many books.
Share your thoughts and memories of Mildred with the family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com