Obituary: Steven Ray Williams, 67, of Oxford

Steve worked in the gaming industry as a shift supervisor.


Steven Ray Williams, 67, of Oxford CT passed away Dec. 9, 2012.  He was born in Liberal, KS on Dec. 6, 1945 to the late Dorothy Harrison and George “Bus” Williams.

After graduating high school, Steve served four years in the Navy, stationed at Mountain View, CA. Steve worked in the gaming industry as a shift supervisor. 

Steve is survived by one brother, George Williams and his wife Linda of Sonora, CA; two sisters, Sharon Rochelle Ward of Wichita, KS; Alisa Roberts and her husband David of Jeffersonville, IN; son Robert Williams, his wife Faith and their son Tyler of Oxford, CT; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at the family’s discretion.  Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society 538 Preston Ave. Meriden, CT 06450. The Southbury Funeral Home of Munson-Lovetere is in charge of arrangements.  For online condolences, please visit www.munsonloveterefuneralhome.com.


Robert Williams December 16, 2012 at 05:08 PM
Steven was my father and it has been a very difficult week for us as a family. I will miss my dad dearly but I am thankful for the time I had with him, especially the last week. My dad had moved out to live with us the week prior after losing his mother (my grandmother) in early November. He was here just one week before passing. He is now with his mother and brother but we are grateful for being able to spend his last week on earth with him. I will cherish that memory forever. I also want to thank the 911 operator for sticking with us on the call after we found my dad non-responsive. I was a complete mess and she never wavered in her commitment to help us. I wish I knew her name so I could thank her personally. I also want to thank the EMS staff and the police for their thoughtfulness and care in tending to my father. I am grateful for your service to our community and you’re care of my father. I wish no one would ever have to use your services, but I am glad you are there for us. Finally I want to thank my wife for keeping her cool when I while I was losing mine, for my mother and father in-law for your help, support and love. I am glad you were there for us. And last, but certainly not least, to my son, thank you for the call, the support and the love, you are an awesome kid and I wish you had known grandpa a little better. Sincerely Robert Williams Rest in Peace Dad.


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