Evan Williams

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Evan Williams

Prosper - Evan Williams of Prosper Texas, went to be with our Lord and Savior on July 17th, 2021. He died unexpectedly, survived by his wife, Stephanie; daughters, Sarah and Madelyn; mother, Dorothy; sisters, Lesley and Cerian; and also, numerous nieces and nephews.

Evan was born on February 27th, 1964, to Bill and Dorothy Williams in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He graduated from Conant High school in New Hampshire, and then Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. After college Evan joined the Air Force and went through pilot training, which he describes as the most difficult thing he had ever done. While in the Air Force he flew several different types of aircraft. Notably, he served his country during the Gulf War by flying Tankers and AWACS. After many years of military service, Evan flew cargo airplanes, and then commercial airplanes with American Airlines.

Evan Williams was completely devoted to his wife and daughters. He was his wife's "Knight in Shining Armor," and he loved his family deeply. He was a super star baseball player in high school, and a fantastic golfer in his adult life. He had the best sense of humor! Evan was an honorable, righteous, Godly man. He had a deep heartfelt desire to do what is right. He was selfless, worked hard to provide for his family, and was the very best husband and father. Evan was a wonderful example of what a truly good man should be.

Evan was fully and deeply loved by his wife and daughters. He will be profoundly missed. They are comforted knowing that because he long ago gave his life to Jesus, they will be with him in Heaven one day…. What a joyful day that will be….

Posted online on July 21, 2021

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Obituaries in Prosper, TX | Propser Press

Evan Williams

Turrentine Jackson Morrow Ridgeview Memorial Park

Evan Williams

Prosper - Evan Williams of Prosper Texas, went to be with our Lord and Savior on July 17th, 2021. He died unexpectedly, survived by his wife, Stephanie; daughters, Sarah and Madelyn; mother, Dorothy; sisters, Lesley and Cerian; and also, numerous nieces and nephews.

Evan was born on February 27th, 1964, to Bill and Dorothy Williams in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He graduated from Conant High school in New Hampshire, and then Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. After college Evan joined the Air Force and went through pilot training, which he describes as the most difficult thing he had ever done. While in the Air Force he flew several different types of aircraft. Notably, he served his country during the Gulf War by flying Tankers and AWACS. After many years of military service, Evan flew cargo airplanes, and then commercial airplanes with American Airlines.

Evan Williams was completely devoted to his wife and daughters. He was his wife's "Knight in Shining Armor," and he loved his family deeply. He was a super star baseball player in high school, and a fantastic golfer in his adult life. He had the best sense of humor! Evan was an honorable, righteous, Godly man. He had a deep heartfelt desire to do what is right. He was selfless, worked hard to provide for his family, and was the very best husband and father. Evan was a wonderful example of what a truly good man should be.

Evan was fully and deeply loved by his wife and daughters. He will be profoundly missed. They are comforted knowing that because he long ago gave his life to Jesus, they will be with him in Heaven one day…. What a joyful day that will be….

Posted online on July 21, 2021