Ronney Junior Williams

Graveside Services for Ronney Junior Williams, , Eudora will be 11am,Friday, August 18, 2023, at Eudora City Cemetery.

Ronney Junior Williams died Saturday, August 12, 2023 at his home in Eudora, KS.

He was born April 15, 1959 in Lawrence, the son of Chester and Ellen Cannon Williams. He attended Eudora High School.

Ron spent the majority of his working years in the manufacturing field, primarily working for Darling Envelope Company in Overland Park, Kansas. While his children were young, he spent many years coaching his daughter’s softball teams and teaching his son basketball skills. Leading his kids in their sports endeavors was something he took a lot of pride in and brought him great joy. In doing so, he also provided other children in Eudora with great memories. Ron also enjoyed teasing his kids, giving each of them a unique nickname and a song to go along with it.

Ron married Tammy Erwin in November, 1982 in Tonganoxie, Kansas. They divorced in 1998 and Tammy passed away in 2003.

Survivors include a son, Andrew Williams, Olathe, KS, two daughters, Amanda Baldwin of Tonganoxie, KS, and Trina Goss of Baldwin City, KS, and four grandchildren, Samuel, Lilly, Emma and Sara.

Messages & Condolences

From Evangelist Ron Wineinger...

Ron was Ron #28 at Pinecrest i was #57 the 3rd Ron in #59 we had alot of fun with that . a butterfly landed on my shoulder as I was leaving for the graveside service

From Carolyn Pavelac, Dan, Michelle, Xavior, and Talisman...

To Ronney’s family, We enjoyed being with Ron and you at Nancy’s. I’We’re so sorry for your loss. Once Ron got started he was so funny. I’m glad to have known him.

From Jerri Athey...

I didn’t know you for very long but I’ve known Andrew for years now. I always enjoyed speaking with you when I’d see you at the store. I’d see you sitting outside when I’d come to visit Doug and we’d visit. I know Andrew is going to miss you so very much. Rest easy

From Andrew J Williams...

Thank you Dad for everything you have done for your family.

You were there for every birthday and Christmas for your children and grandchildren. We went to every Ku Football home game from 1992 through 2006. Those are some of the best memories of my life.

You were a great baseball player. You chose to be a Father rather than play baseball or do anything else. You never left us. You raised all 3 of your children. Both of your daughters were excellent pitchers because of you. I know how proud you were when people thought Trina was a ringer.

You instilled a sense of competitiveness in me that I have passed down to Sara.

Sara is carrying on your legacy and you will never be forgotten.

I was looking forward to you coming to Sara’s Jr High games this year and watching the Ku Football, Basketball and Royals with you this year.

I’m gonna miss our dinners at Nancy’s together and so much more man.

I love you Dad.

I wish we had more time.

From Amanda Baldwin...

Thank you for being such a dedicated father. When I needed you, you where always there. I miss you so much. You always made me laugh. You always proved how family came first. I can’t believe you’re gone. I love you dad.

From Shirley Tarpy...

Ronnie was a great friend to my oldest son. He came by to see me often, Always enjoyed his company. To his Family I send comfort at this difficult time. May God Bless!!

From Ruth Lee...

Ron was my neighbor and my best friend, we went out to eat, went grocery shopping and he was when I lost my little dog, I look over at his apartment every morning and I don’t know when I’ll quit doing that, RIP my dear friend I’ll see you again

From Susan Baldwin...

To all the family I’m sending you my sincere condolences and prayers for you at this difficult time. He was always so friendly to me.

From Karen Matambo...

I’m so sorry for you and your family’s loss, Andrew. May God comfort your hearts in this difficult time.

From Sara Josephine Williams...

You were a great dad to my father. We love and miss you so much.

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