Lee Williams, born on December 30, 1974, in Aschaffenburg, Germany, passed away at his home in Burleson, Texas on May 1, 2023. He is remembered as a funny individual who dedicated his life to various pursuits, most notably his Operation KILO Killed in Action Memorial Project. His legacy of patriotism will continue to be an inspiration for many.
Lee served time in the Army and was working as an Inspector for American Airlines at the time of his passing. His coworkers remember him fondly as the hardest working person in the room.
Lee graduated class of 1993 at Victor Valley High, studied Aviation Maintenance at SCLA School of Aviation Technology, received his degree in Aviation Management through Embry-Riddle and even helped start up Embry-Riddle at Southern California Aviation.
As an accomplished artist and photographer, Lee's creative talents were admired by those who knew him. His willingness to share his passions enriched the lives of many, and his memories will be cherished for years to come.
Lee was preceded in death by his father, Glenn Williams; his mother, Deborah DiStefano and his father, Levi Hinton Miller III.
He is survived by his loving wife, Danielle Williams; his sons, Benjamin and Samuel Williams; his sister, Sarah Hallford, his stepmother, Mary Miller and his loyal service dog German shepherd, Greta. A special acknowledgement to his best friend Chris Carney.
A memorial service for Lee will be held on May 19, 2023, at 10:00 AM at Skyvue Memorial Gardens Funeral Home located at 7220 Rendon Bloodworth Rd. Mansfield, TX. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to "Help with funeral/life expenses" at the following link: https://everloved.com/life-of/lee-williams-burleson-tx/
Lee's family and friends are left with a sense of gratitude for having known him and the lasting impact he had on their lives. His unwavering loyalty to members of the Armed Forces, dedication to his family, and his vibrant spirit will be dearly missed.