Nathan Bishop Williams Jr.

Born: Thu., Feb. 26, 1942
Died: Thu., Oct. 3, 2013


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Thu., Oct. 10, 2013
Location: Gorder Jensen Funeral Home


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Nathan (Nate) Bishop Williams, Jr. passed away on October 3rd, 2013, while surrounded by family, at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls. He was born on February 26th, 1942, in Geneva, Ohio. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1960,as a crypto-linguist. He was stationed at Ruislip Air Force Base, England, and he was a Vietnam Veteran. While in England, he met and married his wife, Susan Kent. They came back to the States in 1964 and settled in Montana in 1974. He acquired Kenck's Welding and Machine in 1976. Throughout his life, he enjoyed several hobbies including racing horses, racing cars, hunting, horse back riding, political debate, and playing cards. His passion, though, was working in the shop. He was eager to help those in need, and would tackle any job or task, large or small. 

He is survived by his wife, Susan, sisters Amy Christy-Wolfe, Deann (Dave) Gleason, Judy Dalin, Brother John Williams and sons Tony (Beth), Mark, Bob (Wendy), and Randy (Coya), and his grandchildren, Kent, Kendall, Nathan, Morgan, Brogan (Blake) Smith, Cougan, Keeley, Cameron, and Hayden.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Eva and Nathan Williams Sr., sisters Maryanne Saari and Patty Gramoy, brothers-in-law Ron Dalin and Richard Christy, and grandson Anthony John "A.J." Williams II.

A funeral service will be held at 1pm Thursday, October 10, 2013 at the Gorder Jensen Funeral Home in Choteau, Montana, with burial in the Augusta Cemetery following services. A reception will take place at 3pm at the Augusta Community Center. 

 

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Leland & Nancy Smith
   Posted Fri October 04, 2013
Williams family, you are in our prayers. We are so grateful for our opportunity to know Nate. We have wonderful memories of a graduation, a wedding and a Fourth of July spent together. We enjoyed spending time visiting his Augusta shop and his & Susan's warm hospitality.

Nancy Smith
   Posted Fri October 04, 2013

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Leland, Nancy .


Elaine and John Armstrong
   Posted Fri October 04, 2013
Dear Sue,

We wish to express our sincere sympathy on the loss of Nate. Stay strong.

Peggy &Aaron Miller and Uncle Al
   Posted Fri October 04, 2013
One of the best! We will miss you.

Don and Lauren Hansen
   Posted Sun October 06, 2013
Dear Sue and Family,

May the spirit of your loved one rest in a land of peace, and may you find comfort in the gentle hands of the Great Spirit.

Don and I are very saddened by your loss. We have all lost a good man and friend.

Lauren and Don Hansen

Jim and Billie Baker
   Posted Tue October 08, 2013
Sue and family,

We were so sorry to hear about Nate. He is now truly home and no longer in pain and that is a blessing.

God Bless you and your family day by day things will get better for you.

Mark and Karen Simpson
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
We have very good memories of our time in Augusta and a satisfying part of that is your family. We are praying for you and know that the "God of all comfort" will comfort you in your sorrow.

Ron & Rhonda (Sage) Denney
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
Dearest Susan & Family,

We are heart broken to hear of Nate's passing. I was blessed to get to see him in Augusta just a few weeks ago and he was riding his 4-wheeler! What a tough guy! I'm sure this is very difficult for all of you. Please know that our thoughts are with you and I am praying for you to have strength and comfort during this very sad time.

With Love & Blessings,

Ron & Rhonda

Gene Brockie
   Posted Tue October 15, 2013
Hey, Susan, Mark, Tony and Robert, I was surprised to here about Nate. I always enjoyed having a cup of coffee with him in Kenck's shop. He was fun-loving fellow. One of the people I looked forward to seeing when I came home to Augusta. If there's mountains in Heaven, that's where to find him. Your family are in my prayers.

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