Jeanette L. Williams

April 8, 1961 – May 16, 2020

Jeanette Lynn Williams (Hunt) was born on April 8, 1961, a few weeks early and during what was supposed to be her mother’s baby shower for her. You see, she didn’t want to miss the fun! Since that day she has always been a light to everyone who knew her, never wanting to miss an opportunity to create fun experiences and memories. When a wrong turn was taken or a roadblock came up in her way she called them “life’s little adventures.”

To those most dear, she was known as Nette, Tigger, Momma, and to her favorite people in the whole world, she was Gigi.  She never wanted the moniker of Grandma because she said she would never be “old enough for that.”  Her grand babies are her pride and joy, she loves each of them for who they are and has created a special bond with each one of them.  They are the lights of her life, Kaiden, Jaiden, Parker, Piper, William, Riley, Breanna, and Jaxyn will miss her fiercely, but the magic that Gigi made and showed their parents how to make, will continue to bring joy and laughter for years to come.

Jeanette waged a savage and ruthless war against the cancer that we discovered in her body last June. She did not give up and she fought to the end. Ultimately, Jeanette was victorious.  She claimed her victory on May 16, 2020 and she was welcomed into the arms of her loving Savior and Creator, the One who is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in loving-kindness.

Jeanette was preceded in victory by her father Edward C. Hunt who was undoubtedly waiting there with a hug and a grin.  Jeanette leaves her children who she loves more than words can say; daughter Kacie Murphy (Patrick Boyd Murphy II) and their daughters Parker and Piper of Brenham; Kyle Williams (Denise Williams) and their son Kaiden and daughter Brande Wells of Brenham; Kevin Williams (girlfriend Wendy Rodgers) of Bedias and Kevin’s son Jaiden, and Kurt Williams (Ariel Williams) and their children William, Riley, Breanna, and Jaxyn of San Marcos. She also leaves her mother, Lela Hunt of Flint, Michigan and her siblings: Greg Hunt (Joanie) of Goshen, Indiana; Gary Hunt of Flint, Michigan; Judy Hunt of Flint, Michigan; Debbie Randall (David) of Swartz Creek, Michigan, and Brian Hunt (Danielle) of Goshen, Indiana; along with beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and so many friends whom she cherished.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Hospice Brazos Valley which was an instrument of peace and comfort during this time of pain.

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  1. Jeanette so sorry to hear the news. You were a bright light and remembering the fin that we had at McGrath Junior High. Rest I Pease my friend.

  2. Jeanette was an inspiration not only for her incredible attitude during her illness, but also the way she shared in her love for life and family and certainly those grand babies. I so enjoyed hearing her talk about those little ones. She will always have a warm place in my heart. She undoubtedly is creating adoring smiles and laughter in her return to her eternal Father. Bless you sweet girl!

  3. thank you for all the memories you shared with me at boys and girls country..you made it there fun with all the activities the creativity and the up pure fun ..your beautiful smile and bright blue eyes will be in my heart thanks for caring the way you do now you go on and rest in heaven you have fun

  4. R.I.P. Janette I know your in the arms of our Savor. I pray your family to have peace knowing that your not suffering any more. The few times I met you, you showed kindness. You bestowed that kindness in your children and through them you will live on.

  5. R.I.P. Jeaette I know your in the arms of our Savor. I pray your family to have peace knowing that your not suffering any more. The few times I met you, you showed kindness. You bestowed that kindness in your children and through them you will live on.

  6. Jeanette was a positive, upbeat, and loving lady who was an encourager to her clients at Tru-fit. She would push
    me, but always found a strength to praise. She never gave up on me or herself as she battled with cancer. Loving thoughts and heartfelt prayers for her family who will have beautiful memories of a lovely lady who lived life fully with a joyous spirit.

  7. Jeanette (Tigger),
    We were so young when we first met working at McDonald’s. Our friendship grew and buddies we became. The fun, the laughter, the sleepovers all as our friendship grew. We each got married and went our separate directions but, when our paths crossed again, it was like no time passed between us, you had that way about you as we caught up in each other’s lives. We wrote letters and continued to keep in touch. Your heart was so big, your light shown so brite and you were always so uplifting to all around you. Even in our last conversation not that long ago, you never complained and yet tried to encourage me with my health issues.
    You have been greatly loved by many and will be missed! Rest in peace Tigger!

  8. Though we knew each other just a few short years, we embraced our friendship as though it was a lifetime.
    Your light, your beauty from the inside out, and your positive outlook is a gift you gave to everyone you knew.
    Rest peacefully my sweet friend.
    Blessings always to your family.

  9. Kacie & Family,

    Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. We pray that God brings you comfort & strength during this difficult time.

  10. I have spoken to her last Monday of last week I can still hear her voice, jennet was a wonderful soul she picked me up when less down she got me stong she never gave up on me ,and also a wonderful friend she will Dearly miss, The Lord has gained a beautiful Angel ❣️

  11. Father,
    Thank you that we have every reason to look forward to recognizing and remembering our family and friends in Heaven and rejoicing together in your presence for the lives we shared and the trials we faced together. In that day we will see with clarity your purposes and know without a doubt your goodness and love in the midst of the hard times of loss and confusion and grief we experienced on this earth. Lord, remind us that every good-bye to a loved one who knows you is not the end of our relationship but only an interruption, to be followed by a glorious reunion and grateful remembrance of our shared lives. Amen

    (Randy Alcorn, Fifty Days of Heaven)

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