Debbra (Debi) Lee Williams

Debbra (Debi) Lee Williams), (65), of Spanish Fork, passed away unexpectedly on February 7, 2018.

 

Debi was born in American Fork to Francis Charles Lee and Hazel Snyder on September 18, 1952.  She went to school at Pleasant Grove High School.  She married Thomas Sutch, later divorced.  She married Jeffry (Jeff) Lynn Williams on April 24, 1976 in Lindon, Utah.  She worked for many years as a florist and owned Blossoms and Bows. She later worked at the Utah State Hospital as an environmentalist for 25 years and retired on April 30, 2015.    

 

Debi was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.  She loved her family more than anything and enjoyed time with her grandchildren often and regularly.  She loved to work in her yard, garden, craft, cook and sew.  Debi loved to visit and recreate in Sanpete County with her family. Debi volunteered and showed her love through acts of service to many and all who needed a helping hand.

Debi is survived by her loving husband Jeffry Williams, two children, Jeremy Sutch, and Angie (Mark) Williams-Schleidt, three grandchildren Jordan Shakespeare, Tatum Lefler, Morgan Schleidt, three siblings, Kathy Wright, Fred Lee and Danny Lee,   She was preceded in death by her father, Francis Charles Lee and her mother, Hazel Snyder.

 

A viewing will be held Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at Walker Mortuary (187 S Main Street, Spanish Fork, Utah 84660) where friends may call from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 

A graveside service will be held Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at the Mountain View Memorial Mortuary and Cemetery, (3115 East 7800 South, Cottonwood Heights, Utah 84121) at 11:00 a.m.

 

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  1. Thanks debi for all your help and support thru all the trials with you brother. You was the only who cared to help and understand without being judgemental.
    Thank you for your kindness to my family. You taught me a lot of stuff about flowers and decorating, and the love of antiques. Joy Sidwell

  2. Debbie Kidman

    Heartfelt sympathies to Debi’s family. I am so sad to read of her passing. I worked with Deb at the hospital for 16 years. I loved her dearly. She always spoke of her family with love and pride. She had a heart as big as all outdoors and loved her time at the “Getaway”. I will feel her loss. Prayers and love at this difficult time.

  3. Peggy Grusendorf

    I worked with Debi at the State a hospital for all those years and absolutely love her. She was the proudest grandmother I ever met. This is a sad time but know that you have great memories and that you can see her again in the eternities. Please know many many o fuss are thinking of you and mourn with you. Peggy Grusendorf