Dustin Lee Williams

 

Dustin Lee Williams
Dustin Lee Williams

Dustin Lee Williams, 41, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, July 12th, 2021.

Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m., Friday, July 16th, 2021, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Dustin was born on February 4th, 1980. He attended West Texas A&M University and found his place in the world as a Therapeutic Supervisor in residential childcare for 17 years.

He began his early career in Crisis Intervention with at risk youth at Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch for over 10 years and finished his time as a supervisor at the Amarillo Children’s Home. He found his true calling and passion working with youth and staff. Dustin’s skill set and life experiences helped him heal and restore many hurting children as well as staff. He impacted hundreds of lives in his short time here. The kids and staff brought him eternal joy and he knew this was his life’s purpose.

Dustin loved almost all sports, playing games, watching movies, listening to music, trips, and spending time with loved ones and friends. He was by far the #1 Dallas Cowboys Fan along with his brother Daniel and Uncle Mike. Win or lose.

Survivors include his mother, Karen Williams; and two sisters, Melissa Banks with husband Karlton, and Marsha Olsen with husband Jerry. He also had one nephew and four nieces. Dustin was blessed with a huge family full of many aunts and uncles, lots of cousins, second cousins, and many lifetime friends.

He was preceded in death by Daniel, his brother.

Dustin will be forever loved and missed by anyone who knew him, and he left a lasting legacy and impact.

The family suggests memorial contributions can be made to Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch or Amarillo Children’s home.

10 Replies to “Dustin Lee Williams”

  1. Dustin was a good man who always strived for the best when it came to “his kids “ Dustin always spoke kind about anyone .my time at ACH would’ve been different without him.

  2. Thinking and praying for everyone up here in Seattle. I don’t remember uncle Dustin well but I do remember having fun when I did get to spend time with him. May his memory live on well!

  3. I was blessed to know Dustin & his sister when we all worked at BR. I was well acquainted with his grandfather Charley “Rocky” Priolo who worked for years at BR as a loader operator. God bless & comfort you one and all. You are a wonderful loving family!

  4. Dustin was so nice to me when I was placed at ACH we called him uncle Dustin and I miss our trips and out to eat we did everything together he was the best and such a good man

  5. Karen, Melissa our hearts are very sad with this news. Know all the family is in our heart and prayers.

  6. I remember Dustin as a kind and gentle young man whose desire was to help and encourage hurting youth. He was indeed a blessing to many young people as well as to all who knew him.

  7. Dustin was a good man who had a truly impactful life! Glad to have known him! Gone way too soon!

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