Denver Lee “Breezy” Williams

Denver Lee "Breezy" Williams
Denver Lee “Breezy” Williams

Denver Lee Williams, 95, compassionate, joyful, lover of people and life, passed from this earth on November 11,th 2019.  A service of celebration for his life will be held at 11:00 A.M. Saturday, November 16th at First Christian Church of Amarillo, Tx. 3001 Wolflin, with Rev. J. Alexander officiating.

Born on October 7th 1924 in Lamesa Texas to Lee and Esther Williams. He is preceded in death by his father, his mother, two sisters Hazel Cook and Loretta Hester, three brothers, Frankie, Kenneth, and James. Also, preceded by his in-laws F.L. Broaddus and Ruby Broaddus Owens who considered him the son they never had.

He was a resident of Amarillo since 1947.   He soon met Bernice Broaddus, the love of his life and in 1949 became his wife. His love, devotion and giving to family continued throughout his life.

Denver worked with Plains Creamery for 50 years as an employee and independent distributor. He loved and was loved by his customers and fellow workers.

He filled his love to serve and be around people, by delivering Meals on Wheels, and by serving the homebound of First Christian Church, where he was a dedicated member and leader.

Mr. Ho , Ho Ho embodied the Spirit of Christmas with his giving, serving others and contagious, joyous spirit with his family, friends and customers.

Other passions included travel, woodworking, fishing and the outdoors.

He is survived by his wife, Bernice; daughter, Sharon Newbold and husband , Dewey ; son, Dennis Williams and wife Rita; his German son Hans Arist-Mehrens and his wife Geishe; three grandchildren: Ashley Clower and husband Clayton, Brent Williams and Brianna Williams and two great grandsons,  Jack Denver Clower and Bryce Allen Clower; sisters Aleen Cromer, Joretta McDaniel and husband, Pinky, Beatrice Ross and husband, Jim; many nieces and nephews and his little companion ,Sparky.

Arrangements are being made by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to First Christian Church, for Hospitality Ministry.

3 Replies to “Denver Lee “Breezy” Williams”

  1. All the memories I have of Breezy expand over many decades. He was always so kind and upbeat. I cherish the times spent with he and his family. My prayers are with you Bernice, Sharon, Denny and the rest of your family. Go rest high, Breezy.

    Danny and Pam Peters

  2. Breezy was a wonderful neighbor, will always remember he and Bernice pulling a red wagon and delivering neighbor gifts at Christmas, he was always ready to help, such a good man. He and Bernice were a real team, just a beautiful love story.

  3. I have very good d memories of Breezy. I love the whole family. I wish I could be there in body but my spirit is there. Bernice you and your family will be in our prayers.
    Karen Britten

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