Edna I. WilliamsApril 28th, 2020
Edna I. Williams, age 82, of Fulton, passed away on April 17, 2020, at Boone Hospital in Columbia, Missouri. Edna was born on October 25, 1937, in Jack's Fork, Missouri, the daughter of Louis and Gertrude Quick. On May 4, 1956, she married Don Williams in Fulton. He passed away on March 9, 2015. Edna worked for a few years at the Fulton and Mexico shoe factories with the majority of her years as a homemaker taking care of her husband and raising two sons. In her earlier years, she enjoyed bowling and boating on the Lake of the Ozarks. Edna is survived by two sons, Don (Terry) Williams Jr. of Fulton, and Randy Williams of Mexico; one granddaughter, Kelly (Gabe) Black of Jefferson City; and five great-grandsons, Jackson Black, Maxwell Black, James Black, Thomas Black and Edmund Black of Jefferson City; three brothers, Bob (Sharon) Quick of Fulton, L. Dean Quick of Fulton, and Larry (Lynn) Quick of Auxvasse; three sisters, Linda (Neal) Kinsey of Chaffee, Deborah (Larry) Patterson of Fordland, and Beverly Quick of Fulton; other relatives and many friends. In addition to her husband, Don, Edna was preceded in death by her father, Louis Quick; and her mother, Gertrude Quick; and two brothers, Estel V. Quick and Justin Keith Quick. Due to CDC guidelines, only immediate family will attend the graveside service at Lebanon City Cemetery. At her request, Edna is to be cremated under direction of Shadel's Colonial Chapel.