Obit: Williams, Doris (1928 - 2004)
Contact: Kipp Kippenhan
----Source: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 edition of the Tribune - Record - Gleaner
Doris M. Williams, 75, Loyal, died Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 10, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal. The Rev. Daniel Zimmerman officiated. Burial was in the Lutheran Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kim Melby, Ray Weyer, Donnie Hills, Ronnie Hoeser, Dave Kronberger, and Keith Weyhmiller.
Doris Marie Dahl was born June 26, 1928, in the Town of York, to George and Alma (nee Dux) Dahl. She was raised and educated in the Town of York, and was a 1945 graduate of Loyal High School. She married Earl Williams on March 23, 1946, in Cicero, Ill. They lived in Lynn, where her husband had a welding repair business from 1945 to 1950. In 1950, they moved to Oak Creek, where she worked as a cook in several area restaurants until they moved back to Loyal in 1974. She worked as a cook for the Loyal School District from 1976 until 1986, at which time she went to work for her son Kevin, cooking at his business, Spanky's Bear Creek Inn. She worked and resided in Loyal until the time of her death. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, in which she was an active member. Her interests inlcuded spending time with her family and friends, and ceramics.
Survivors include her children, Dave (Jeanie) Williams, Waukesha, Romaine Williams, Milwaukee, Marla (Blaine) Hendrickson, Loyal, Keith Williams, Medford, and Kevin Williams, Loyal; seven grandchildren, Nikki, Kim, Matt, Kristi, Joel, Krystal and Mackenzie; one great-grandson, Brent; and one brother, Harold (Norma) Dahl, Loyal.
Preceding her in death were her parents; and her husband, Earl, on June 1, 1976.
Cuddie Funeral Home, Loyal, assisted the family with arrangements.
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