Karen Deanne Williams
Karen Deanne Williams, age 48, passed away on Saturday, April 18
th, 2015 in Tulsa, OK after a 2 year battle with adenocarcinoma cancer. She
was a fighter, and ever hopeful to the end that she could overcome this disease.
Karen will be fondly remembered as a deeply compassionate and loving family
member and friend. She was always willing to help out those in need and
was a source of hope and inspiration. She was a devoted mother to Elliot,
who was the one constant love in her life. And she loved to spoil her dogs.
Born April 4
th, 1967 in Calgary,Canada, Karen graduated from Owasso High School and Oklahoma
State University. Karen was an O.S.U. Master Gardener. In addition to
working in her garden, Karen loved the outdoors and enjoyed camping, hiking,
snow skiing, and kayaking. Over the years, Karen worked for various companies,
including Axio, Rogers Litho, Manpower Recruiting, and Binding Stevens
Karen is survived by her husband, Scott Williams, her son, Elliot LeMieux,
her parents, Donald and Mickey Eck, her sister, Carmen Marsh, along with
her husband, Charles Marsh and their daughter, Mabry Webb, Scott’s
daughter, Chelsea, her brother-in-law Mark Williams and his wife, Helen,
her brother-in-law Bruce Williams, his wife Tracy, their son Grant, and
their daughter Laura, numerous cousins, aunts and uncles, and many dear friends.
A memorial service will be held at Butler-Stumpff Funeral Home (2103 E
3rd St., Tulsa OK 74104) on Friday, April 24
th at 11:00 am, followed by a reception at Fleming’s Steak House (1976
Utica Square, Tulsa) between noon and 2:00 pm.
Those desiring to make a contribution in Karen’s memory are encouraged
to donate to the Lung Cancer Alliance at
donate.lungcanceralliance.org. Simply write in “Karen Williams” in the space available below
the heading “Tribute Information” and select “In Memory
Of” as the type of tribute. The Living Cancer Alliance is a non-profit
organization dedicated to saving lives and advancing research by empowering
those living with and at risk for lung cancer.