Joyce Marie Williams

Joyce Marie Williams, age 78, of DeValls Bluff went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, June 28th 2023. Joyce was retired from the DeValls Bluff Housing Unit of 30 plus years and still actively over the Oaklawn Cemetery. She attended Morris Chapel Missionary Baptist Church. Joyce enjoyed mowing her yard, gardening, sewing, and cooking.

Joyce was preceded in death by her parents, Herman and Mamie Hall, Sister, Judy Lott, and her husband of 52 years, Mack Williams.  She is Survived by her two Sons Vince (Michelle) Williams of North Carolina and Russell Williams of DeValls Bluff, 5 Grandchildren, Leigh-Ann Waterman, Cory Green, Caleb Williams and McKenzie Williams of North Carolina and Erin Williams of Stuttgart, and 10 Great Grandchildren. Two Nieces, Kelly (Paul) Chapman of DeValls Bluff, Paula Lott of Stuttgart, and one Nephew, Paul Lott of Des Arc. One Great Neice Haley (Jacob) Crowder of DeValls Bluff, and two great nephews, Gunner and Grayson Lott.  

Funeral services will be Monday, July 2, 2023 at 11:00AM at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in DeValls Bluff, visitation prior to service beginning at 10:00AM.

Interment will be at Oaklawn Cemetery in DeValls Bluff. Memorials can be made to Oaklawn Cemetery, arrangements provided by Westbrook Funeral Home, Hazen, Arkansas.

7 thoughts on “Joyce Marie Williams”

  1. Keith Gladish

    So sorry to hear this. She was a sweet lady that I always enjoyed our chance meetings.
    Always had a smile and in good spirits.
    Prayers of comfort during this time of sadness.
    God Bless all of us.

  2. Sorry to hear this. Ms. Joyce was an angel to me and my family for many years. This saddens my heart to hear. Rest easy Ms. Joyce. Prayers to the family 🙏

  3. Betty & Kerry Jones

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers
    Love your Texas Family
    Aunt Betty & Uncle Kerry 💜

  4. Gloria “Hall” Strogl

    Joyce and I were classmates all 12 years – beginning in Biscoe and finishing at DEValls Bluff High School. Some of my favorite childhood memories are us just hanging out at the store with Mrs. Mamie! My most frightful memory is of seeing Joyce’s family’s home burning. We shared an idyllic childhood even though we didn’t realize it at the time. We also went to Biscoe Baptist Church together before they moved to DVB. Joyce was always smiling. It was always a pleasure to see Joyce in Stuttgart Walmart and catch up on family and classmate news. Joyce was always beautiful. She was “Miss DeValls Bluff High” of our
    1962 class. She was much loved and will be missed!

  5. Lynda (Cook) Hall

    Vince and Russell I grew up with your Mom we went to school from 1st to 12th grade. Your Mom was lots of fun and we had good times together. Her Mother and Dad had a grocery store and I thought a lot of them too. My prayers are with all of you at this time. May the Lord bless you all always.

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