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In Memoriam - Debbie Williams

Neal E Baker  | Published on 7/5/2021
Debbie was the one woman that was a perfect fit and that complimented Fred's unique take on life. Debbie served as UROC's secretary for several years and always helped and supported the club.  As Fred battled his illness Debbie was there to help him and support him.  Even in the years that Debbie was ill, she always had a smile, and was always interested in how everyone else was doing. We will miss her.

Obituary
Murray, Utah. Debbie Williams, 67, passed away peacefully in her home June 30, 2021 following a chronic illness.

She was born January 15, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Leo and Elaine Bigler. She attended East High School, the University of Utah, and New York Regents, obtaining bachelor's degrees in elementary education and nursing. She married Fred Williams August 23, 1997 in Murray, Utah. Member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Debbie's many and varied interests included playing the organ and piano, swimming, neighborhood and canyon walks with friends and a close cousin.

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She also enjoyed watching competitive ice skating, and the U of U basketball, football and gymnastics teams. Debbie and Fred were members of the Utah Rocket Club, where they developed cherished friendships and memories. She enjoyed learning about US wars, particularly the US civil war and WWII and could cite many battles with specificity. Meals out and movies with friends and family were a frequent occurrence. Her loving marriage to Fred and her close relationships with friends and family sustained her throughout her life. Preceded in death by parents Leo and Elaine Bigler and by her husband, Fred. Survived by brother, Gary (Leslie) Bigler, and nephews Mike and Scott Bigler.

Funeral services will be help Wednesday, July 7 at 2:00 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary. A viewing will be held Tuesday, July 6 between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. Friends may call 1 hour prior to funeral services July 7th.