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Bernice Williams Obituary

Bernice Ann Williams
Bernice Ann Williams

December 18, 1945 - November 16, 2012
Resided in Arkansas City, KS
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Bernice Ann Williams, of Arkansas City departed this earth to be with the angels on November 16th at the South Central Regional Medical Center in Arkansas City, Kansas We will miss her here but now she is in the hands of God.
Bernice was born on December 18th, 1945 to Johnnie and Juanita (Hammond) Jarrett in Arkansas City Kansas. As a child she moved to Idaho and to California before returning home to Arkansas City. She attended schools in Arkansas City and eventually earned an associates degree from Cosmotology School, also in Arkansas City. She married Frank Muhl on January 2nd, 1962 and from that union had three daughters, Ronda (George) Bodkins, Maple City, Cindy (Jeff) Probst, Grapevine Texas, and Leslie Muhl from Arkansas City. She married Grant Williams May 13th, 1995
Beaty Post #18, Arkansas City, Kansas and Member of the 8 &40. She loved Gardening and had a green thumb which is evident with the numerous plants around her home. She loved supporting her community playing bingo at the American Legion. She traveled with her husband Grant extensively throughout the US, Canada and on a carribean cruise. Her main love and passion was her Girls and her Grandchildren, Jasmine (James) Heffron, Bel Plaine, Jarrett Bodkins Ark City, Jeff Clark Ark City, Tara Clark, Ark City, Emily Probst Grapevine Texas and Jason Probst also from Grapevine Texas. Bernice also loved her extended Grandchildren Amanda and Marshall James Williams of Wichita, Kansas and stepsons Chris Williams, Peck and James (Teri) Williams, Wichita.
Bernice is survived by her sister Mavis Buck (Boise Idaho), Irene Howell Gig Harbor Washington, and Alan (Lea) Jarrett (Boise Idaho). She was predeceased by her Parents and sisters Catherine Jarrett, Rose Marie Gussie, Margorie Zeigenbein, Jeanette Jones and Grandson Justin Probst
She lived her life by passing forward good deeds and positive influence and her wish was that we all do the same and make a better world.
Contributions in lieu of flowers can be made to the American Legion Auxiliary, Shelton Beaty Post #18, Arkansas City.

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Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home
P.O Box 756
Arkansas City, KS US 67005
Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home
100 E. Kansas Ave.
Arkansas City, KS US 67005
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
10:30 AM

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