Kenneth “Nick” Williams, 69
November 12, 1951-June 23, 2021
Kenneth “Nick” Williams, 69, handed away peacefully at house on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, with his wife at his aspect. Nick was born in Butte on November 12, 1951, to Ken and Beverly (Breyer) Williams. He was raised in Centerville, attended the Blaine College and graduated from Butte Higher University. He labored for a limited time as an oiler on the drills at the Berkley Pit ahead of beginning his occupation as a carpenter. Fifty decades back, he and Jeananne Finley were being married, and elevated two gorgeous youngsters.
Nick commenced to work as a carpenter for his uncle Felix Madrazo in Helena. A couple of their positions integrated the State Liquor Warehouse, the Dorothy Block on Past Likelihood Gulch and the 4 Georgians Elementary Faculty. Returning to Butte and doing work for Walsh Construction he transformed many floors in the Hennessy Making, roofed numerous church buildings and historic structures and he converted the Finlen Resort rooms to apartments. He built substations through Montana for the telephone corporation. Used a lot of times and weeks at Stauffer Chemical. He laid out all the intricate forms for the concrete at the Granite Mountain Memorial. The tower for Fairmont’s waterslide, some updates at Butte Large School and work at Our Lady of the Rockies showcased his competencies as a learn craftsman. He also constructed numerous of the Habitat for Humanity Houses. But his favored occupation of all was refurbishing the Front Road Station for Janel and Tom Madrazo.
Nick was a gentleman of lots of passions, he labored tough, and he performed tricky. He liked to bowl, perform softball, hunt, fish, camp and cheer on the Seattle Mariners. He went from a bike rider to a 4-wheeler and finally the ease and comfort of his facet-by-side. His retirement decades provided developing his daughter’s house and his son’s garage and any transform or roofing work that the spouse and children or friends essential support with. Then he found that the sunshine in Arizona was a entire good deal less difficult to get than shoveling snow all winter, so he turned a snowbird. He completely enjoyed his time in Yuma.
He was a spouse, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin to his surviving loved ones that consists of his wife Jeananne his son Christopher (Lacie), his daughter Danette (Marc) Gilboy grandchildren Codie and Haylie Williams and Taryn, Kensley and Addison Gilboy brother Stan (Linda) Williams his sisters Margie (Tom) Scott, Nancy (Con) Sullivan, Pauline (Curt) Mott his sisters-in-law Katie (Roy) Webster, Irene (Greg Kaufman) Finley brothers-in-law Tim Finley, Jerry (Tammy) Finley, Dan (Judy) Finley. His aunt Ellyn Breyer and Uncle Jim Kelly nieces and nephews Allen (Alexis) Scott, Craig (Kelsey) Williams, Jeff (Ashley) Williams, Tina Craddock, Jody (Tom) Hiltenbrand, Amy (Arthur) Finnicum, Curtis (Nicole) Mott, Jamie (Arland Lindblad) Mott, Eric (Alicia) Webster, Kellee Webster, Parker and Roy Stidham. And so a lot of fantastic nieces and nephews that he loved to tease and cousins in the Breyer, Sanders, Maunder, Johnson/Williams, Madrazo, Bartholomew, Pacheco family members.
He is preceded in demise by his mother and father Bev and Ken Williams, his mom and father-in-law Jean and Bill Finley. His toddler sister Enid nephew Brian Scott quite a few aunts and uncles together with his namesake, Nick Breyer.
Expert services will be held on Friday, July 2nd at Duggan-Dolan Mortuary with visitation commencing at 10:00 am and companies at 11:00. Donations may well be made to the charity of the donor’s alternative.
Printed by The Montana Normal from Jun. 25 to Jun. 30, 2021.