Bruce Ainsworth Williams, 82, passed away Friday, February 22, 2019.
Graveside services are being held privately under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
Bruce was born November 1, 1936 in Gardner, Massachusetts to Alexander Williams and Mary Ainsworth Williams. He proudly served in the United States Air Force being stationed in Amarillo where he met the love of his life, Nell Blanks. Bruce retired from Phillips 66 as an operator. He was an avid golfer, he loved being on the golf course. He also enjoyed watching golf on television, watching Wheel of Fortune and football. Bruce had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh.
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Nell; and sister, Marjorie Hubbard.
Survivors include his daughters, Debra Stidd of Amarillo, Cathy Stone and husband Robert of Borger; two grandchildren, Jessica McKee and husband Brandon, Jaclyn Stone and Demetrice Jones; three great grandchildren, Jericho and Grayson McKee and Alexa Dickson; brother-in-law, Mike Blanks and wife Faye of Borger; and his companion, Barbara Anglen and her family.
I worked on shift with Bruce, we had some rough days together but even the rough ones were better with Bruce there, what a great attitude and personality that guy had. One of the last times I saw him he walked into Walmart at Terry’s door and he started looking up pointing until he had several trying to see, he never slowed down just kept walking, it was hilarious. What a good guy.
Mike Gower, TX
So sorry to hear of your dads passing. Praying for comfort and peace as you go through this time of loss. Karla
Karla Zollars NorthcuttPampa, TX
I am sorry to hear of the loss of Bruce. He was a pleasure to visit with when he came into Walmart. My deepest sympathy to the family. Rest In Peace, my friend.
Terry GiffordBorger, TX
I am sorry for your loss. Bruce had a heart of gold and loved visiting with him when he came into Accent Travel. I know he will be missed by all that knew him.
Cathy HuntBorger, TX
I worked with Bruce for several years, he was a good guy and a cut up, but he taught me a lot at Ryton, he will be missed.
Donnie CooleyBurleson, TX
This breaks my heart. It seems every week I loose another friend or classmate or CoPoly buddy. My heart goes to each and everyone of you.
George Doyle Forrester, Jr.Fritch, TX
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. He was an awesome man, enjoyed seeing him out and about town.
Denise RheaBorger, TX