Leo Lawrence Williams

January 6, 1956 - January 10, 2022

Leo Williams left this earth on January 10, 2022 in Kingwood, TX. He was born in Seminole TX and moved to Odessa at a young age. He met the love of his life, Glenda at 15 and the love story began for almost 50 years. During this story, one of his greatest achievements was the birth of their son Bryan who couldn’t have made him prouder. Leo was determined to provide the only the Best for his family. He did this by working in the Oil and Gas field that started in Odessa with a short stop in Florida and then final destination in Houston for 35 years. At 66 years old, he still loved the challenge his work gave him.

If you were around Leo for any period of time, you have a story to tell about him. A joke he told that would be better than the highest paid Comedian. A laugh and smile that said, Leo is here, let the party begin. He always had to be the one to tell the best story and most of the time, it was a story. A true accomplished Funny guy who made friends where ever he went. This Hero will be greatly missed by his Wife and Son; along with all his family and friends. We know that he has joined those that have gone on before him and he is giving them the Best Leo dance.

He is proceeded in death by: his parents; son Darren Chad Williams, sister Anita Alexander and brothers: Bobby Williams, Clifford Williams and Rickie Williams.

He is survived by his: wife of 50 years – 5 years dating then 45 years of marriage, Glenda Williams of Kingwood; son Bryan Williams of Kingwood. brothers: Troy Williams and Keri of New Caney, TX; Larry Williams of Odessa, TX; Eddie Williams and Roxanne of Clyde, TX; Sister in Law, Sharon Williams of Kemp, TX and loving family members and many more friends.

Services for Mr. Leo Lawrence Williams will be held at Darst Funeral Home in Kingwood, TX with a visitation on Thursday, January 13, 2022 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, services at North Park Christian Church on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 12pm and interment immediately followed at Rosewood Funeral Cemetery.

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A visitation will be held for Mr. Williams on Thursday, January 13, 2022 from 6pm until 8 pm at Darst Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held at Northpark Christian Church on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 12 pm with burial to follow at Rosewood Porter.

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10 replies on “Leo Lawrence Williams”

David Gunn says:

Mr. Williams is a great man. I enjoyed every minute we spent talking and having a good laugh. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with his amazing family.

David Loe says:

I worked with Leo for a few years and became friends immediately. His wit and friendship will be missed. My condolences to the Williams family.

Sharon Williams says:

You always had away of making us all laugh and you were the life of the party. All of the Williams boys seem to have a story to tell. I guess you guys will get together and tell more of those stories. The love is still there.

Lisa Vandenham says:

I am so sorry to hear this news. Leo was one of my favorites in the natural gas industry and I know he will be missed dearly by all of those who had the opportunity to get to know him. I have not had the opportunity to be in close contact to Leo for a handful of years but I’ll always remember him as a very dear man and someone I was honored to have known !

Marty Babin says:

I really enjoyed my time with Leo, while we were working, we did laugh quite a bit and educated each other on the different disciplines of our jobs. It never felt like work. He will be missed but I know he is “the new guy” everyone was waiting for as soon as left this plane of existence.

O Loving Father, Source of all life, please accompany Your servant, Leo, from this earth to the Kingdom of heavenly peace, rest and eternal life that You have prepared for us.
Forgive any sins or shortcomings and welcome this departed soul into the joyful embrace of Your never-ending love. Amen

Keith Lehman says:

I only had the opportunity to work with Leo from time to time, but he was an incredibly knowledgeable man. He was also a fun guy and it was always a pleasure to talk with him. Leo will be sorely missed by all that knew him.

EMMY LOU ROBERTS says:

Wow some one like Mr.Leo was the best and coolest ever who cared! I remeber when i use to go to work with my dad . Mr Leo would grate me and my dad, He would ask me how is school going and how i was doing! For my dad and Mr .Leo they where best friends and help out any time they could at Elm Grove! The thing i’m going to miss is his smile and how he made me and my mom and dad and my sister laugh!! I know you are now an Angle looking down on us. WE are going to miss you!! Thanks for being a good friend to my dad!!

Todd Nicol says:

I am heart broken of the news of Leo’s passing. I had the great opportunity to work with Leo for almost 5 years. As a Canadian new to Texas Leo welcomed me and made me feel as if we had been friends for years. Always smiling and joking, story telling or even a short dance that is what I will for always remember about Leo. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as they deal with this. Thanks to Leo for being Leo. He was an amazing person

Suzanne Brown Marks says:

Leo you will be truly missed❤️It seems like yesterday we were in school always at the Kasset parking lot❤️ I know Glenda and Bryan will be strong with you watching down on them❤️Tell Benny and Dennis and Steve Hi❤️ Love you❤️You are a great Husband Friend and Dad❤️

Suzanne Brown Marks says:

Leo you will be truly missed❤️It seems like yesterday we were in school always at the Kasset parking lot❤️ I know Glenda and Bryan will be strong with you watching down on them❤️You are a great husband father and friend ❤️Give Dennis Steve and Benny a hug Love you❤️❤️

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