Pearl F. Williams
Pearl Facer Williams, 85, of Malad, passed away Saturday, October 31, 1998, in the Oneida County Nursing Home.
She was born July 29, 1913, in Samaria, Idaho, a daughter of Joseph E. and Myrtle Thorpe Facer. She married Dee Edward Williams June 3, 1938, in the Logan LDS Temple.
Pearl received a B.S. degree in Education from Utah State University and had taught school in Malad for many years, retiring in 1978. For her dedication to the teaching profession she was honored with an “Outstanding Teacher in America” Award in 1973.
Pearl is survived by her husband of Malad; 4 children; Bryan (Nancy) Williams of Logan, Utah; Paula (Kenneth) Welker of Highland, Utah; Linda (Craig) Thomas of Montpelier, Idaho; Julie Williams of Malad; 11 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; 3 brothers; Grant (Doris Mae) Facer of Las Vegas, Nevada; Clarence (Mary Jane) Facer of Urbana, 111.; Robert (Wynn) Facer of Alameda,
CA. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers; Ralph, George and Cleone. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, November 4, 1998, with Bishop Dale Tubbs, officiating. Burial was in the Malad City Cemetery.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
PEARL FACER WILLIAMS
Born July 29, 1913 – Samaria, Idaho
Passed Away October 31, 1998 – Malad, Idaho
Wednesday November 4, 1998 – 12 Noon
Malad LDS Stake Chapel
Bishop Dale Tubbs, officiating
Kenneth D. Welcker Hart Evans John Thompson
Richard Kip Bromley Blake E. Thomas
Patrick Williams Brig C. Thomas
Family Prayer Leon Williams
Organist Myra Jean John
Invocation Kristina Bromley
Life Sketch Afton Ward
Poem Julie C. Williams
Speaker Craig H. Thomas
Vocal “The Lord’s Prayer”
Julie C. Williams – acc. by Helen Ward
Remarks Bishop Jared Crowther
Remarks Bishop Dale Tubbs
Benediction Kenneth Dee Welcker
AT THE MALAD CITY CEMETERY
Dedicatory Prayer Brig C. Thomas
Compassionate services rendered by the St. John Ward Relief Society, Carol Rindlisbacher, president.