Judy Williams

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Judy Williams entered earthly life July 28, 1941, in Jefferson City, MO, the daughter of John Oliver and Nadine (Sale) Fickle. She entered eternal life August 19, 2017.
Judy’s family moved to Lubbock in 1954. She graduated from Monterey High School and attended Texas Tech. Danny and Judy were married August 20, 1960, at the Sunset Church of Christ. Judy worked for Lubbock National Bank and served as a branch manager before retiring after 20 plus years of service.
Judy was a people person who enjoyed helping customers and others with their financial needs. Many customers were put on the “right track” by her guidance. She was a member of the Executive Forum, Financial Women’s International, and The Children’s Home of Lubbock Board of Directors.
She is survived by her husband, Danny; daughter, Kim (Robert) Loveless; son; Dan (Kris) Williams, six grandchildren, Haley Loveless, Jase (Katie) Loveless, Courtney Goeres, Jake, Mitch and Kacey Williams; brother, Jim (Mary Jo) Fickle; and nephews Joe and Ed Fickle.


In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Children’s Home of Lubbock www.childshome.org or the Texas Boys Ranch www.texasboysranch.org .


8 thoughts on “Judy Williams”

  1. Danny, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know there are no words that can help, but please know that my prayers are with you.

  2. Sandra Blackwood

    Kim, we are thinking about you and the family and will be praying. We are so sorry and send our love.

  3. Judy was an inspiration and mentor for me during our careers at Lubbock National Bank. I always admired her in the way she helped customers and fellow employees, she always wanted to help.
    We all will miss Judy, my thoughts and prayers for Judy and the family.

  4. Monica Anderson Nance

    Kim, Dan & Danny- My heartfelt Love and Prayers to each of you and your families . So many memories of our years growing up in Lubbock being in Your home ,,Monterey CofC Youth group activities, School activities at LCH… Pray God’s Love and Comfort surround you .

  5. With our deepest sympathy and prayers for the eternal repose of her soul. Wade and Isa Thompson Atlanta, Georgia

  6. Manfred schiefer

    Dear DANNY:
    Please accept our most sincere condolences. Please be assured that our prayers are with you .
    Manfred and Merlene Schiefer

  7. Dear Williams Family,

    I have just learned of Judy’s passing and on behalf of the Class of 1959 from MHS we would like you to know that Judy was a special person in our class. For her the struggle is over and she has entered into the place our Lord has prepared for us.

    Please know that our prayers will be with you all as you go through the difficult days ahead.
    God bless,

    Linda Elliott, Class Administrator
    Class of 1959 MHS

  8. I’m regret your earthly loss, but know there will be a heavenly reunion. I was unaware of her passing till today. I trust you are doing well. I’m glad you guys were part of our lives.

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