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Julie Walker Williams

Funeral services for Mrs. Julie Walker Williams will be 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. David Harbison and Bro. Chad Pinion officiating.  Interment Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery.  Visitation Monday 3–7 PM and Tuesday after 9 AM at Ligon & Bobo.

Mrs. Williams, age 64 of Lebanon passed away peacefully Monday, January 17, 2022, at her home surrounded by her family.

She was born July 14, 1957, in Madison, Tennessee.  She worked at Bridgestone/Firestone for twenty years, and went on to work at Berry’s Jewelry where she retired after twenty years.  She is a member of Friendship Baptist Church. Julie loved life and was always putting others first. She was preceded in death by her father, Johnny Walker.

She is survived by her husband, George W. Williams; daughter, Rachel (Ronnie) Presley; step son, Jason Williams; step daughter, Kristi (Brian) Geering; grandchildren: Walker Presley, Sienna Dunham, and Lawrence Geering; mother, Lucy Rohelier Walker; and three brothers: Steven (Melissa) Walker, Aaron (Robin) Walker, and Michael (Cynthia) Walker.

In lieu of flowers, Julie requested that contributions be made to the Education Fund in the name of Walker Presley held at Suntrust Bank now Truist.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME of Lebanon (615) 444-2142   www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Paula Satterfield says:
    Julie was a wonderful and a sweet person. She made my husband and me feel so welcome when we were new members at Grace, many years ago. God Bless you and all your loved ones.
  2. Dean Haun says:
    Julie was a wonderful person and a great believer in Christ. We are praying for all the family.

    Dean and Pam Haun

  3. Shirley March says:
    I have known Julie since high school. She is a sweet person and a good friend. She will be missed.
  4. Jan Pirtle says:
    Julie and I sang in the choir at Hermitage Hills Baptist Church and became friends. Our trip to the Holy Land with other members of HHBC was most memorable; There I got to meet her wonderful Mother, Lucy. Praying for God’s comfort and peace for all her family.
  5. Karen Crosby says:
    Julie is one of my best friends ever. She is a devoted Christian and loves her earthly family and friends very much. She also loves her all her brothers and sisters in Christ. I will miss her, but know I will be seeing her when God calls me home also. Love You Julie!
  6. Marsha Rusk says:
    It saddens my heart to know my first cousin, Julie has passed. We grew up together and she was always a ray of sunshine. May she be exceedingly joyful in the hereafter.
  7. Karen Early says:
    We met Julie in high school. She had a light around her all the time. She was always smiling, always positive. We were saddened when heard of her diagnosis. She had a great faith in The Lord. Her quilts are absolutely beautiful., she was so talented! We need more Julie’s in the world.
  8. Debbie Smith says:
    I just recently had the honor of knowing Julie. She was referred to me for quilting. She did beautiful work and I felt we were heart friends from the start. Prayers to the family. She will have many jewels in her crown in heaven for sure
    • Nicole Lawing says:
      I met Julie at Friendship Baptist a few months ago. She was such a sweet soul. I feel like I had known her forever. She was always had a kind word to say and loved the Lord fiercely. She trusted Him and was such a beautiful lady inside out. She talked about her daughter and grandson a lot with absolute adoration. She made you feel special and loved every time you talked. No matter how she felt she always asked us how we were and was always positive. My daughter Mallory and I will miss her.