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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Tricia M. Williams

Tricia M. Williams
December 20, 1970

The memorial services celebrating the life of Tricia M. Williams will be held at 9:00 A.M. Thursday September 28, 2017 in the Brown-Cummings Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Tony Tolle officiating. Complete cremation care and services are under the direction of Brown-Cummings Funeral Home.

She was born on December 20, 1970 of Floyd Leroy Wilson and Ronna Vance in Coffeeville, Kansas. She left this life due to an unfortunate car accident, on the morning of September 19, 2017, west of Mooreland, Oklahoma.

She attended grade school in Chelsea, Oklahoma. The family then moved to Enid, Oklahoma where she attended Garfield Elementary. She later moved to Breckenridge, Oklahoma where she attended Garber High School and graduated in 1989. She worked for the Enid News and Eagle as a contractor and recently completed real-estate school. Her lifelong dream was to buy a new Camaro and drive to San-Diego, California to swim with the dolphins, which she did with her beloved American bulldog, Taci Dawn, by her side. Tricia was a very bright, strong willed, caring person who loved God and her Family. She attended every family life event whether big or small, attended school activities, livestock shows, and truly supported her nieces and nephews while watching them grow. Tricia loved to run free, sing 80's music, visit casinos, and collect dolphins.

She is survived by her parents Ronna Vance and step father Rod Vance of Ringwood, who jointly raised her.  Rod gave her away at her wedding. Also surviving are one stepdaughter, Chelsea Williams, two sisters; Machell Renee Wilson of Enid, and Rhonda L. Vance of Ringwood, Birth father; Leroy Wilson and wife Connie of Foyil, Oklahoma, Five Nieces; Jami Hubbs and husband Matt of Muskogee, Shaelee and Reanna Sissom of Kremlin, and Madison and Taylor O'Brien of Ringwood. Four nephews; Brandon Parmley, Devin Parmley and wife Ashley, of Enid, Matthew Sissom, of Kremlin, and Hudson Pike of Ringwood. Four great nephews; Kaylor, Blayne, Blayze, and Cooper Parmley. Two great nieces; Bryleigh and Harlie Parmley. She will be missed by a cousin who she considered a half-brother, Ricky Kautz and wife Nancy, of Joplin Missouri, and many other cousins.

She is preceded in death by her longtime companion Matthew Webber, her American Bulldog, Taci Dawn, an unborn child, and Great Nephew Bradon Parmley, three aunts, and three uncles.            

Tricia had a great love for children. We are asking in lieu of flowers, donations be made to 4RKids with Brown-Cummings Funeral Home serving as custodians over the funds.

Condolences may be made to the family online at WWW.Brown-Cummings.com 

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