June Anne Williams

June 29, 1957 - March 16, 2014
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Christ welcomed a true patriot on Sunday, March 16, 2014.

June Anne Williams was born June 29, 1957, in Moline, Illinois. She was the third of four siblings born to Boyd and Violet Keesy. June is a graduate of Jefferson High School in Rockford, Illinois. Upon graduation, she proudly enlisted in the US Army and served in the USA and Landstuhl, Germany. After her service to our country, June earned an A.S. degree from Rock Valley College and a B. S. degree from the University of Illinois in Microbiology. She moved to Galveston during the summer of 1985 and began working in the Histocompatibility Lab at UTMB. There she matched kidney donors with recipients.

June married Johnny Williams on September 18, 1988. She and Johnny had two daughters, Jillian Anne and Shannon Alexis, whom she cherished. June returned to school and earned a Pharmacy degree from the University of Houston in 1997. She worked as a Pharmacist for UTMB, Albertson’s Texas City, Kroger’s Webster, Randall’s Webster, and Sam’s Club Texas City-La Marque. June loved her patients and went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure their health and comfort.

June looked forward to going on long walks with Jillian and Shannon, always offering words of encouragement to them. She also enjoyed cooking, shopping, and traveling with her two daughters. June loved gardening, camping, reading, bowling, darts, backgammon, watching Fox News channel, and shooting at the gun range. However, the real apple of her eye was her grandson, Justin. He came to her home every weekend and stayed with June and Johnny. The one thing Justin most liked was baking and decorating Christmas cookies with his grandmother.

June attended Pine Drive Baptist Church and enjoyed the fellowship with Pastor Ted and the congregation there. She woke at 6:00 am every morning to read the bible and pray before going to work.

June is survived by her husband, Johnny; her two loving daughters, Jillian and Shannon; her loving grandson, Justin; her siblings, Fred Keesy, Janis Alfini and husband, Jeff, Joyce Gibbons and husband, Rich; sister-in-law, Rosalie Mierzwa and husband, Michael; and many great friends and relatives.

June’s family will receive visitors from 3:00 until 5:00 pm, Sunday, March 23rd, at Pine Drive Baptist Church in Dickinson.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am, Monday, March 24th, at Pine Drive Baptist Church in Dickinson with Pastor Ted Duck officiating. Burial will follow at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock.

Pallbearers will be Johnny Williams, Fred Keesy, Colin Tuxen, Nick Gutierrez, Michael Mierzwa, and Cody Carter.

Memorials may be made to Texas Children’s Hospital at https://waystogive.texaschildrens.org/donate-now.

June will live in our hearts forever!

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Born: June 29, 1957
Died: March 16, 2014

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The staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations.


Dr. Richard moncbaiz posted on 4/7/17

I will always love you June. I served with you and ' m sorry I didn't come to see you when you came to see me in New Jersey when yo came to see me. I have always kept you in my heart. I always loved you and a regret we never married. You were always to good for me. I cried when I heard over your passing. God bless you June. I hope. We meet again June I really think we loved each other . God bless you. I will visit u in Galveston memorial before I die to pay my rrespects to you as I always loved you. Hope I meet you again


Linda Cowan Farwell posted on 11/30/-1

My heart flows to you, Johnny, Jillian, and Shannon with grief for the passing of our June. May you feel God's comfort now & always.


Catherine Erickson posted on 11/30/-1

June and I attended High School together at Jefferson, and in 2010 we reconnected at our High School Reunion. We shared many posts and comments on Facebook the past few years. June will always be the most beautiful soul, someone who touched my heart deeply. She deeply loved God, her family, friends and this world we live in, and I will miss her very much. My prayers to her family for strength and comfort during this time. Rest in Peace June, thank you for being a truly beautiful person, you have left footprints on my heart that no one can ever take away. I will see you again my dear friend !


Pastor Ted A. Duck posted on 11/30/-1

Thank you for being such a beautiful, encouraging person and friend. You will be deeply missed, but we will meet again. Then you can show me your beautiful garden just outside your mansion.


Kerry Graves posted on 11/30/-1

Deepest sympathy to John and the entire family


Lori Lamb posted on 11/30/-1

Words cannot express my sincerest and deepest sympathy and condolences for the loss of June. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. She was such a positive person in my life and to all those in her life as well. She loved unconditionally with her whole heart and always saw the best in everyone and everything. It saddens me to see her go but it no wonder why God called her home. I pray for your peace in this dark time in your lives.


Richard and Rosie Broom posted on 11/30/-1

Johnny, I know words don't offer much support at a time like this, I know because I've lived through it. I'm saddened for you, and your children, and your families during this time and your all in our prayers. Call me if you need to talk or you need a little extra support. I'm sure you are feeling like the world has stopped for now, it's ok to feel that way, because for you it has. You'll get through all of this in time, but it will take time. I love you Johnnie. Richard Broom 830-765-0629


lauri bloom kaplan posted on 11/30/-1

Fred and family, I am so sorry for your loss.


Brent Novelli posted on 11/30/-1

Prayers for the Williams family. RIP June.


Debbie Garcia Aiello posted on 11/30/-1

Johnny, there are no words I can say that would express the deep sadness Joe and I felt when we heard about June. We could tell she was something special from the moment we met her. Our hearts go out to you and your family. God Bless.