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Williams, Clarence Orville “Bud”

Williams, Clarence Orville “Bud”

July 7, 1939 — March 22, 2020

Clarence Orville Williams, “Bud” passed peacefully in his sleep on March 22, 2020 in Warrensburg, MO. Bud was born to Clarence and Roberta Williams on July 7, 1939. He was united in marriage to the love of his life, Nancy Lee Merritt on August 30, 1958. Together, they had three children, Lisa Ann, Mary Jane and Michael Dale.

Bud was a proud firefighter for the Kansas City Fire Department for 33 years. He was with stations 24 and 12 most of his career. His grandchildren thought he was the toughest guy around and he used to do curls with them hanging from his arms. His laugh was contagious, and his silly faces will forever be cherished.

He is proceeded in death by his parents, his brother Corky, his beloved wife Nancy, and his daughter Lisa Ann Saunders. He is survived by his daughter Mary Jane Huggins (Michael), his son Michael Dale Williams (Jennifer), his son-in-law Michael Saunders, his grandchildren, Jamie Sims (Jason), Jason Prayson, Shannan Booth (Michael), Amanda Felix (Brian), Nathan Williams, Jacqueline Prayson, Joshua Williams, Great-grandchildren, Piper, Katy, Sophia, Kaylee, Avery, Gunnar, Lydia, Karlee, Xander and Jordyn. His siblings, Donald Williams, Richard Williams and Carol Maxey, as well as many nieces,
nephews, extended family and friends.

Bud was one-of-a-kind and loved by all that knew him. His quick wit and sense of humor will always be remembered and greatly missed. He had profound love and pride for the family he and Nancy created.

Services to be announced at a later date due to current pandemic.

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Services to be announced at a later date due to current pandemic.

Williams, Clarence Orville “Bud”'s Guestbook

We'll always miss your humour Uncle Bud. There's no one else like you! You will be trully missed.

Tom and Cathy Young Oxley

I love and miss you so much grandpa. You meant the world to me and my heart is broken. You were the best.

Jamie Sims

You all are loved and in our hearts! UB will be missed. I always smile when I think back to childhood, hear him call me "turkey" and then tickle me. Giggles and laughter! On my 10th birthday he showed up with the fire truck and friends. Best birthday memory!

Nancy Young and Bill Flatt

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