Jean Ann Williams
October 16, 1946 ~ May 28, 2021
Jean Ann (Douglas) Williams, 74, of Farmington, passed away surrounded by her loving family on May 28, 2021. She was born October 16, 1946 in Bonne Terre, to the late Homer and Norma Jean (Richardson) Douglas.
She attended the Farmington Presbyterian Church. She was an avid reader, loved ice cream, she was a loyal Cardinal fan, and very dedicated to her family.
Jean Ann is survived by her loving children, Todd (Stacy) Williams, Sara Woods and Anne Williams; two grandchildren, Johnathan and Langston; siblings, Greg (Anita) Douglas and Susan (Rich) Gapen; along with several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Visitation will be Wednesday, June 2, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. until service time of 1:00 P.M. at C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home in Bonne Terre. Pastor Bob Bullock officiating. Interment will follow at St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery. The family asks in lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Jean Ann's memory to the Bonne Terre Memorial Library 5 SW Main Street Bonne Terre MO. 63628 (573) 358-2260. View obituary and share condolences online at www.www.czboyer.com
Todd, Sara, Anne & families…
Jim and I are so sorry for your loss! Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
I remember Jean Ann from an early age. She was my same age cousin and we visited many times over the years. What a bright, glowing individual in my memory. She will be missed, but has gone to a better place.
I so wanted to be there to attend Jean Ann's visitation and service, but it just wasn't possible for me to make the trip at this time. I have fond memories of Jean Ann when we cousins, as children, often spent time together on the Douglas farm in Bonne Terre, MO. She so reminds me of her mother…such a sweet personality. She was loved and will be missed. My heart goes out to her children and siblings. Please know that you all will continue to be in my prayers.
I very much wanted to attend Jean Ann's funeral, to honor her memory and to reminisce about her with my friends, her siblings and children. Circumstances and the distance involved made it impossible. She was my classmate from grade school through high school (I'm pretty sure, given the closeness of our last names, we sat next to each other at graduation) and for a time we attended Southeast Missouri State at the same time. Of course, we stayed in touch through the years because her husband, Paul, was my best friend growing up. I was glad to spend some time with her at the Class of '64's reunions. My deepest condolences go to Greg, Susan, Todd, Sara and Anne, and I'm sorry I could not attend the funeral in person.