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Obituary- Sandra S. Williams

A day of remembrance will take place Saturday, Sept. 29 for Sandra S. Williams, who died Sept. 24, 2001, at Barton Memorial Hospital following a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 58.

Mrs. Williams was born Jan. 17, 1943, at Flora, Ill. She had been a resident of Ventura, Calif., before moving to South Lake Tahoe nine years ago. She graduated from Ventura High School and was owner of Sammy’s Oilfield Service prior to moving to her dream home at Tahoe. She was most recently employed in the collections department at Harveys Resort & Casino, where she enjoyed working with her many friends. She was a past Bethel Guardian of Bethel No. 89, International Order of Jobs Daughters, Ventura.

Survivors include her husband of 41 years, David R. Williams Sr. of South Lake Tahoe; daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and Roger Miller of South Lake Tahoe; son, David R. Williams Jr. of Sacramento, Calif.; brother, Gary W. Smith of Somis, Calif.; brother and sister-in-law, Sam and Barbara Smith of La Habra, Calif.; grandchildren, Cindy Albright of Ventura, Calif., Stacy Miller of Corona, Calif., Daniel and Chris Williams of Santa Maria, Calif., and Trevor and Missy Miller of South Lake Tahoe; and great-grandchildren, Keyera, Scott, Courtney and Brooke Albright of Ventura.



Mrs. Williams most enjoyed the special times with her grandchildren and the remodeling of the family home. She requested that there be no services; therefore, the family has requested that friends and loved ones share in a day of remembrance at the family home she loved so much. The family will have an open house from 1 to 4 p.m., Sept. 29.

In lieu of flowers Mrs. Williams had requested that everyone spend some precious time with their family.


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