Loris Williams
Died: Oct 20, 2017
Loris Williams

Services for Loris Williams will be at Salado United Methodist Church Columbarium, Firday, November 3, 2017 at 10:00AM.

Loris Williams, 75 of Salado, died October 20, 2017 at a local hospital. 

She was born in DeQuincy, LA. to  Alvie Decatur Bresie and Gertrude Doty.


Loris graduated from McNeese State College where she was a member of the Phi Zeta chapter of Chi Omega, was president of the Women’s Intramural Recreation Association, the Music Chairman for the Student Senate and member of both the Student Louisiana Teachers Association and the National Education Associations.  She graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Health and Physical Education in 1963.  She taught at J. Frank Dobie High School in Pasadena ISD.  She was the first head of women’s athletics and coached tennis.  She obtained her Master’s degree at Sam Houston State in Huntsville, TX, the returned to Dobie for one more year.


She then began teaching at Southwest Texas State, San Marcos.  After 5 years she taught elementary education in Austin.


She married Don Williams and they moved to Gladewater, Texas where she continued her teaching career elementary Physical Education. 


She and Don retired in Salado to be near his children.  Loris was a member of the Salado United Methodist Church, she was an active volunteer in the variety of programs including Vacation Bible School and other outreach initiatives.


In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Salado United Methodist Church Children’s and Youth programs.


Friends and family are encouraged to comment below to help add to Loris’ life story. 

Judy Vernon
October 27th, 2017 7:37 am
Remembering our high school years when four of us girls, Loris Lynn,Judy,Sharon and me, walked to school together or rode in Sharon’s English Ford. Those were the good ole days, and I remember them fondly. Long time friends have a special place in your heart no matter the miles or the years.
jack caskey
October 26th, 2017 9:07 am
Although Loris Lynn disappeared off the radar; the mention of her name stirred the strings of the harp of my memory: it was always a pleasant memory. The loss of any of my classmates and friends arouses latent emotions and revives vivid memories of the good times we shared. My prayer is for any of her surviving stepchildren and family; and for all my classmates. God Bless. Jack
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