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Williams, Michael A.

Williams, Michael A.

June 27, 1951 — December 8, 2021

Michael Allen Williams, 70, passed away December 8, 2021. Michael was born June 27, 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri to Mary Beckner and Jackie C. Williams. He went to Center High School where he ran cross-country as a long distance runner. After graduation, he went to UCM for two years before he started his career as an Electrical Engineer and Designer. He was married to Jamie Jo Coons for 41 years. They had twins Justin M. and Wendi M. Mike was part of the Boy Scouts Mic-O-Say.

Mike enjoyed golfing and bowling but his real enjoyment was cheering on his grandchildren in their sports of baseball, basketball, football, soccer and softball.

Mike was preceded in death by his grandparents Charles and Martha Beckner, his mother and stepfather Mary and George Lienhard, his brother Jackie C. Williams, Jr. and his son Justin Montgomery Williams. Survivors include by his wife Jamie Jo Williams, his daughter Wendi M. Fugitt (Jamie D. Peppers), his brother Terry K. Williams (Sharon L. Williams), his sister Jennifer Lienhard (Billy Van DanElzer), his brothers in law Darryl G. Coons (Stacy I. Coons) and Carl J. Coons. He leaves his four grandchildren: Jonnie M. Fugitt II, Alyssa M. Fugitt, Avah M. Fugitt and Jamison L. Peppers. He also leaves three nephews, three nieces, five great nephews and six great nieces.

Visitation for family and friends will be 1-3PM, Saturday, December 18 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, Missouri.

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Visitation for family and friends will be 1-3PM, Saturday, December 18 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, Missouri.

Williams, Michael A.'s Guestbook

It’s not happy but it’s our anniversary love you babe

Jamie Williams

Rest in Peace and may the Lord comfort those who are left behind. We went to Center Senior High together. We may not have crossed paths but we tread the same halls back then.

Vicky (Dickerson) Maurseth

You left this world 30 days ago but my heart feels like you just left. I’m trying to make to thru the days. Trying to be happy for our daughter and our grandkids, but at night I cry you are there to hold me and tell me it will be ok. I will always love you babe

Jamie Williams

This first Christmas without you is my saddest time. You are missed so much my love

Jamie Williams

Jamie, my heart breaks for you and your family for this loss. Mike was a wonderful man and my Terry's best friend. We loved spending time with you guys and playing cards and laughing. Prayers for comfort and healing for all of you. I know this pain seems unbearable. Only time will help to ease that.

Linda French

Jamie and Wendi. My deepest sympathy, hugs and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. Just know that he will guide you from above. Rest in peace Mike, the world lost a kind and gentle man.

kathleen mulcahy

I have known Mike for a long time. We worked together, played together and were very good friends. He is the nicest guy I have ever known. I will always miss him and our Friday lunches together. God bless you and your family.

George Jacobs

I miss you so much my love


I got the privilege of meeting Mike about 3 1/2 years ago when my son and his grandson started playing baseball together. Mike was very passionate and knowledgeable about sports, and he cared deeply for the kids on the team. The boys went on to play football and basketball together, too, so I had become quite accustomed to seeing Mike a few times a week throughout the years at practices and games. It would have been easy to just drop my son at practice and go home to relax or run some errands, but I really enjoyed standing around, no matter how hot or how cold the weather, and just visiting with Mike. He was a great conversationalist and he had a terrific sense of humor. He always had very kind and encouraging words to say about the kids on the teams, and he was one of the biggest cheerleaders for the kids. I looked forward to seeing him and talking with him each week and I always enjoyed our talks. I sincerely valued his friendship and I already miss him. Rest peacefully, Mike, and may God be with his family.

Tim Fugitt

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