William J. Williams II

William Williams II

William J. Williams II, 72, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, passed away July 4, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. at Liberty Hospital.

Mr. Williams was born November 28, 1951, in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. He retired from Bayer after 33 years. His favorite hobbies included coaching his kids, watching his grandkids play all their different sports, playing golf, hunting and fishing. He was also a Ducks Unlimited chairperson for several years. In his later years, he enjoyed going to Old New Garden Church with Betty.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William J. Williams and Bettie Williams; stepmother, Shari Williams; and brother, Bruce Williams.

He is survived by his wife, Betty Williams; son, Christopher (Chris Lambrecht) Williams; daughter, Shawna (Matt) McGaugh; grandkids, Clinton (Courtney) McGaugh, Melissa McGaugh, Cody Williams, Colton (Lyndsi) Williams, Jocilyn Williams, and Clay (Ashley) Lambrecht; and great grandkids, Kyle, Gracie, Mila, Carter, Hunter, Logan, Asher, and Madux.

A visitation will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, 2024, with a Celebration of Life to follow at 2:00 p.m. at Bross & Spidle Chapels in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

Our Sincere Condolences

Betty and family,
I pray all the wonderful memories you made thru the years with Billy last until you meet again. You’re special people so loved.
Forever Janet

The entire Schuette Family sends their heartfelt condolences and prayers to Billy’s family. He was such a wonderful guy. He will be surely missed!
John Schuette

I had the pleasure of working with Bill for many years. He was my Foreman. He was always up for a good laugh. One of the best storytellers ever. He was so animated. He was always good to me. He was a loving man.He will be missed dearly. May peace be with you all. He walks with Jesus and the angels.
Dan Allgaier

I went to school with Bill and Bruce and played baseball for his dad, Big Bill. He was a tough competitor but a good soul. Sorry we lost another good one from Springtown.

William Williams II

William J. Williams II, 72, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, passed away July 4, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. at Liberty Hospital.

Mr. Williams was born November 28, 1951, in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. He retired from Bayer after 33 years. His favorite hobbies included coaching his kids, watching his grandkids play all their different sports, playing golf, hunting and fishing. He was also a Ducks Unlimited chairperson for several years. In his later years, he enjoyed going to Old New Garden Church with Betty.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William J. Williams and Bettie Williams; stepmother, Shari Williams; and brother, Bruce Williams.

He is survived by his wife, Betty Williams; son, Christopher (Chris Lambrecht) Williams; daughter, Shawna (Matt) McGaugh; grandkids, Clinton (Courtney) McGaugh, Melissa McGaugh, Cody Williams, Colton (Lyndsi) Williams, Jocilyn Williams, and Clay (Ashley) Lambrecht; and great grandkids, Kyle, Gracie, Mila, Carter, Hunter, Logan, Asher, and Madux.

A visitation will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, 2024, with a Celebration of Life to follow at 2:00 p.m. at Bross & Spidle Chapels in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

Our Sincere Condolences

Betty and family,
I pray all the wonderful memories you made thru the years with Billy last until you meet again. You’re special people so loved.
Forever Janet

The entire Schuette Family sends their heartfelt condolences and prayers to Billy’s family. He was such a wonderful guy. He will be surely missed!
John Schuette

I had the pleasure of working with Bill for many years. He was my Foreman. He was always up for a good laugh. One of the best storytellers ever. He was so animated. He was always good to me. He was a loving man.He will be missed dearly. May peace be with you all. He walks with Jesus and the angels.
Dan Allgaier

I went to school with Bill and Bruce and played baseball for his dad, Big Bill. He was a tough competitor but a good soul. Sorry we lost another good one from Springtown.
Ron Davenport