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Robert and Nira Williams
  • 84 years old
  • Date of birth: Nov 11, 1929
  • Date of passing: Sep 5, 2014
Remembering Mom and Dad, we will always love and miss you.

This memorial website was created to celebrate the lives of Robert and Nira Williams.  Nira passed away on March 27, 2014 and Bob passed away on September 5, 2014. We welcome comments and stories from their lives!

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Petra Heussner-Walker on 14th November 2015

"Bob and Nira are easy to remember, what a great couple! Bob was quiet and worked mostly out of the office. Nira  was much more in the office; she was a workaholic, cook, pastry maker, and a wonderful colleague. We had lots of fun together, as Nira was a great story teller, too. In my mind I can still see her and hear her giggling, Bob just smiled at her lovingly.
Unforgettable, that's what you are!"

This tribute was added by Sonny Duck on 29th December 2014

"When we unpacked the Christmas decorations for our yearly trimming, we came upon the different ornaments Nira had sent us through the years from the Seattle area: wind chimes, musical ornaments, etc. and they brought pleasant memories of our trips to Seattle and the visits with the family.  They were very fond and proud of Cindi and Randi, and shared many pictures and stories with us while they were growing up.
  Through the years Nira and I became very close. She helped get me through the sudden passing of my sister, Ann.  Nira would call me frequently and we would have long talks, and solve the worlds problems.
  Nira and Bob were great together and really loved each other.    
We were glad to share in their lives.  The are both greatly missed, but will stay in our hearts forever.  Sonny&Manon"

This tribute was added by Randi Williams on 4th October 2014

"Mom and Dad, I miss you so much!  You were the best parents imaginable.  No parents could have loved their children more.  You gave us everything when we were growing up and filled our lives with so much happiness everyday.  Even as grownups, we were the centerpiece of your lives.  Mom would call us most days or send us notes, and make us amazing gifts.  Dad told us every day how much he loved us and loved to share stories about his Coast Guard days and fishing adventures.  I think about you all the time and pray that I can live a life that will honor you and make you proud."


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