Judy Ann Williams was born on October 12th, 1947 to Noma and J.T. Hurst in Altus, Oklahoma. She had one older brother John, an older sister Mary, and one younger brother David.
In 1965, Judy graduated from Mooreland High School in Mooreland, Oklahoma. She went on to attend Cameron University and graduated in 1970 with a Business Education Degree. Shortly after graduation she was hired on teaching Adult Business Classes at the Vo-Tech in Lawton, Oklahoma. In 1976 she moved to Oklahoma City and worked as a Branch Manager with Midland Mortgage.
In 1979, Judy married the love of her life, Pepper Williams and they were blessed with three children, Lance, Brandi and Brandon. Pepper was a Farmers Insurance Agent and Judy worked with him at Farmers Insurance Group in South Oklahoma City District Office until they retired at the end of June 2018. Judy and Pepper attended Southern Hills Baptist Church and were active members of the Encouragers Sunday School Class. Judy was active in the Journey Children’s Ministry.
Judy was active in PTA throughout Lance and Brandi’s School Years. She loved being a “Sports Mom” following the Tennis and Cross-Country Team to competition meets around Oklahoma. Judy loved Snow Skiing with the family as well as travel.
Judy was a founding member of the Women of the South, which started in 1995, and she remained active with WOS up until her health declined. She was on the WOS High School Scholarship Selection Committee for many years.
In January 2017, Judy was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer. After a 3 ½ year courageous battle She was called home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on October 5, 2020 at the age of 72.
Judy was preceded in death by her:
parents, Noma and J.T., Mother in Law, Ann Williams, and Niece Julie Davis.
She is survived by Husband Pepper.
Son Lance Williams, wife Sherry, Grandson Griffin and Granddaughter Libby of Norman, Oklahoma.
Daughter Brandi Golub, husband Ryan, Granddaughter Jordyn and Grandson Landon of Scottsdale, Arizona.
Son Brandon Williams, wife Lara, Grandsons Garrison and Austin of Wichita, Kansas.
Brothers John and David
As well as a host of family and friends.
Judy was a kind and gentle soul. She will be missed by all who knew her.
The family requests In Lieu of Flowers that donations be made to Called to Care, Inc-Nursing Home Ministry c/o Cathy Tisher P. O. Box 890298 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73189