Obituary — Bryan Kerns Williams |

Obituary — Bryan Kerns Williams


Memorial services will take place Aug. 27 for Bryan Kerns Williams, who died Aug. 23, 2003, at his home in South Lake Tahoe. He was 53.

Mr. Williams was born Aug. 19, 1950, at Oklahoma City, Okla. He grew up in Oklahoma City and graduated from Putnum City High School. He also attended Oklahoma State University at Stillwater. He worked for a time as a brakeman for the Santa Fe Railroad, and when he first arrived at Lake Tahoe he worked for Harrah’s in the show room as a waiter and captain. Mr. Williams had been a resident of South Lake Tahoe since 1973, and was a general contractor for the past 18 years. He was a member of the Association of Home Inspectors and the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce. He enjoyed golf, sailing, hiking and camping, building and being home with family and friends. He was a loving husband and father and a great friend to many.

Survivors include his wife, Jean M. Williams of South Lake Tahoe; daughter, Austyn Williams of South Lake Tahoe; brother and sister-in law, Dr. George W. Williams III and Terri Williams of Chickasha, Okla.; aunt, Jo Ann Capron of Oklahoma City; cousins, David Capron of Houston, Texas, and Carol Ann Capron of Oklahoma City; niece, Dr. Stacy Revels of Coronado, Calif.; nephews, Scott Williams of Norman, Okla., Christopher Williams of Ringwood, Okla., Brent Mosier of Corvallis, Ore., and Kevin Mosier of Seattle, Wash.; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Rosann and Jack Mosier of Blackfoot, Idaho; and Goldie, his construction dog. He was preceded in death by his father, George W. Williams II; mother and stepfather, Dorothy and Robert Eastman; and cousin, Ron Capron.

Memorial services will begin at 3 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Edgewood Tahoe Clubhouse.

Donations in Mr. William’s memory may be made to the Leukemia Society, 1290 Market Street, Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94102.

Arrangements are by McFarlane Mortuary.

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