Bryan Glen Williams


Bryan Glen Williams was welcomed by angels on October 14, 2017 at the age of 60. Bryan is survived by his beloved wife of 28 years, Lisa Williams. He was the loving, compassionate father of Nicole Williams, Kelly Gifford, Jason Gifford, Elizabeth Cook and Tanna Williams. Bryan is also survived by nine grandchildren.

Bryan was a hard-working man for his children and wife, as he loved his line of work as a plumber/pipe-fitter in the Union of Local 525 of Las Vegas, Nevada for 30 years.

He loved his country and served in the U.S. Army right out of high school. Bryan loved being in the company of close friends and family. He sincerely enjoyed life, especially camping and fishing at his favorite place, Yankee Meadows in Parowan, Utah.

Tinkering on cars and taking pride in his yard work gave him much pride. Bryan was the kind of man who would give the shirt off of his back. Being productive and always on time was in Bryan’s blood. He believed and taught his children that in life when the going gets tough, the tough get going. He was an incredible father and a great mentor to his children.

Bryan was a loving, compassionate best friend and companion to his wife, Lisa. He loved to reminisce and talk about the days when he met as he described “his beautiful flower,” his wife. Telling his children how happy he was when they met. Bryan always believed that no matter what life brought you, always keep on smiling and never take it for granted. People who knew him knew that he had a larger than life personality. Bryan touched everyone’s heart whom he ever met. Bryan enjoyed the music of Johnny Cash, KC and the Sunshine Band and Glen Campbell.

In keeping with his wishes, a small service was held by his immediate family members. Bryan will be greatly missed more than words can be described. There will be an empty void to his family members and close friends. Bryan Williams will live in eternity in our hearts. We will carry on his legacy with pride. His name will never be forgotten, only cherished and remembered by telling funny stories and memories of his kind heartedness. Arrangements were handled by Southern Utah Mortuary. Online condolences can be sent to www.sumortuary.com.

 

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