ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, James Orville Williams 72 years old , born on July 1, 1939 and passed away on February 10, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sharon Smith on February 10, 2020
I will never forget JImmy. We had good times and bad. What life or marriage doesn't in its own right have the same? Little things remind me of him. People's expressions, their words, maybe something they do in preparing for a task. I believe what reminds me the most is when I see construction and see a wall going up or maybe one being moved, Jim was a wall mover. If the wall got in his way he just simply moved it, however, simply was not the mode at the time, it was probably difficult. It did not matter if it was a weight-bearing wall it would still be moved. I shake my head in laughter at his antics. I spent 35 yrs with James Williams, I will never forget him.
Posted by Sheree Williams on February 11, 2016
Love and miss you
Posted by Sharon Smith on December 6, 2014
I missed putting a tribute on here this year and the year is almost gone. Jimmy you have been gone now for almost 3 years and sometimes it is like you are not gone at all. Although, I know you are not really here, because, Jesus says to be absent from the body is to be with the Lord, I still see you in the kids, in remembrances. Memories are what holds loved ones to us. Rest in peace, and happiness for the rest
of your life.
Posted by Jessie Brown Clarkson on February 10, 2014
Remembered Always
Posted by Jessie Brown Clarkson on July 1, 2013
Only a few birthdays here on earth, but never ending birthdays in Heaven. Happy Birthday, Jim. 

Jessie
Posted by Sharon Smith on July 1, 2013
Good memories and not so good memories make up a life. After spending 35 ys with you, you will always be in my memories. Happy birthday Jimmy.
Posted by Sharon Smith on October 7, 2012
We were married June 29th, 1972 in my parents front yard. Jim had two best men and 200 guests and knew he was on top of the world. Life did not always deal him the best hand; although, there were things he really enjoyed. 1. going to the prisons with Freddie Smith and the prison Evangelist. He loved to witness to them about Jesus and befriend those who needed a listening ear.
Posted by Jessie Brown Clarkson on October 5, 2012
Rest now in peace and love, Jim. Another Angel called Home. <3
Jessie
Posted by Michael Rash on February 16, 2012
The year was 1994 when I had first met Jim and had met him while attending First Assembly of God in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. When I had met at that time, I had felt like I had known this man all my life and felt a connection to him like a son and He was like a dad to me. During the 18 years I knew Jim, he had always been there for me through everything I had went through. Will miss him.
Posted by Michael Rash on February 16, 2012
There were times in my life when I was going through a lot of problems within in my life, he was always there to show me the Love of Jesus that was poured through him. Thank you Jim for taking the time to listen to me and always helping through the tough times I went through when no one else was there to help and listen to me. You did not give up on me and will see you one day again.

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Posted by Sharon Smith on February 10, 2020
I will never forget JImmy. We had good times and bad. What life or marriage doesn't in its own right have the same? Little things remind me of him. People's expressions, their words, maybe something they do in preparing for a task. I believe what reminds me the most is when I see construction and see a wall going up or maybe one being moved, Jim was a wall mover. If the wall got in his way he just simply moved it, however, simply was not the mode at the time, it was probably difficult. It did not matter if it was a weight-bearing wall it would still be moved. I shake my head in laughter at his antics. I spent 35 yrs with James Williams, I will never forget him.
Posted by Sheree Williams on February 11, 2016
Love and miss you
Posted by Sharon Smith on December 6, 2014
I missed putting a tribute on here this year and the year is almost gone. Jimmy you have been gone now for almost 3 years and sometimes it is like you are not gone at all. Although, I know you are not really here, because, Jesus says to be absent from the body is to be with the Lord, I still see you in the kids, in remembrances. Memories are what holds loved ones to us. Rest in peace, and happiness for the rest
of your life.
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Drunk in the Spirit

Shared by Sharon Smith on October 7, 2012

We had attended a revival held by the Promise keepers in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. Jim was on fire for the Lord. He laughed and cried, The crying was not sad it was the joy that he discovered from Jesus. He danced for hours in the Spirit. He had such a glow about him you just knew he had been touched of God. When all was said and done we were walking back to the car and people thought Jim was drunk, even a Myrtle Creek Police Officer stopped and said" hey fella are you drunk?" Jim told him yes he was, but not from booze. He told the officer if he wanted he would share that high with him and his name was Jesus. Later Jim did have the opprotunity to share Jesus with that very officer. And yes, Mike was there with us. He is right, Jim  always said Micheal was apert of our family and treated him that way. That night I saw a happiness in Jim I had never seen before, I pray that he found that Joy and happiness again when he finally met his Creator, and Savior Jesus. 

Home Away From Home

Shared by Sharon Smith on October 7, 2012

This trailer was something Jim prized. To those who look at it it may seem old and tired. Howver, that was not the way Jim saw it. He made and reapired parts for this on a daily basis. It took us across the US of A as Jim would call it many times. We lived in it for several years. JIm liked to travel and that wwas probably when he was the happiest. 

When we met

Shared by Sharon Smith on August 6, 2012

When I was fifteen I met Jimmy in front of my house as he and a friend were passing by. Then on my wedding night to another man I met Jim again. He stopped and asked for directions. I never saw him again untill my children and I moved to California with my parents. I left my first husband and went to stay with my sister's sister-in-law. There I met Jim again. We started living together 3 or 4 months later. We married 4 yrs later in Oregon. He taught me so much. We had good times and I loved him. He's in heaven now and I know that one day I will see him. Keep smiling Jimmy