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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma


Nathan Williams

August 30, 1975 ~ February 5, 2020

© Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral HomeReprinted with permission

Submitted by: Terry Dudley

Nathan Williams a loving husband, father, friend and a man of God passed away at home in Calera, Oklahoma on Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 at the age of 44. Funeral services for Nathan Williams will be held on Friday, February 7, 2020, 2:00 PM at the Sherman Victory Life in Sherman, Texas with Lee Armstrong, Zach Bachues, Seth Swindall officiating. Following will be internment at Highland Cemetery with Jeremy Smith, Jonathon Smith, Sean Sheffield, Dale Pound, Keith Watson, and Steven Potts serving as pallbearers.

Nathan Williams was born August 30, 1975, in Sherman, Texas to Terry Lee Williams & Carla Jean McDaniel in Sherman, Texas. Nathan was a true outdoors man, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, and boating. He was a man of God and took much pride in that, so much that he founded the group Brother's in Christ Outdoors. He was a member of the Victory Life Church. Nathan also cherished the love of all people from family to friends to co-workers and of course his brothers in Christ.

Nathan Williams is survived by his wife, Cecily (Charlene) Williams of the home. Daughters: Caitlin Marie Wood and husband Bryer of Milburn, Oklahoma, Rayelyn Faith Whitson of Calera, Oklahoma. Sons: Joshua Kayle Williams of Milburn, Oklahoma and Hadyn Matthews Burns of Wynoka, Oklahoma. Grandchildren, Kutter Kayle Wood and Racie Jane Wood: Father, Terry and wife Brenda Williams of Utica, Oklahoma. Mother, Carla Jean McDaniel (Butler) and husband Calvin McDaniel of Denison, Texas. Brother, Robert Eugene Williams and wife Chelsea of Lawton, Oklahoma. Brothers in Christ: Jonathan Smith of Kenefic, Oklahoma and Jeremy Smith of Wapanucka, Oklahoma.

Family and friends are also invited to sign the guest book or send private condolences to the family at www.holmescoffeymurray.com.

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