Obituary – Williams, Betty Jean (Kasl)

Betty Jean (Kasl) Williams

Class of 1944

1944 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Betty Kasl

– daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kasl, 1025 Delaware, was born February 13, 1927, and attended grade school at Lucien and high school at Perry.

Betty has been a member of the Kappa Teen, Rainbow, Band for four years, student council her junior year and glee club one year.

She plans to enter college following her graduation this spring.

Betty Jean (Kasl) Williams

February 13, 1927 – April 9, 2014

Betty Jean Williams, age 87, of Kerrville, Texas, a former longtime resident of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away in Kerrville on April 9, 2014.

She was born in Lucien, Oklahoma to Sue & Henry Kasl on February 13, 1927. Betty graduated from High School in Perry, OK and attended Oklahoma A&M in Stillwater, OK.

Betty married Billy Williams on January 31, 1947 in Perry, Oklahoma, and was employed for over 25 years by C. H. Guernsey & Co. in Oklahoma City.

Betty was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother, enjoyed cooking, traveling, playing Bridge, reading and was an avid OU football and OKC Thunder basketball fan… she especially loved the OU-Texas football rivalry.

Betty was a member of the Chapel Hill Methodist Church for many years and also attended Church of The Servant in Oklahoma City.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, husband Billy and son, Kerry Williams. She is survived by her daughter Pam Robbins (husband Monty) of Crescent, Oklahoma and son Tim Williams (wife Linda) of Mancos, Colorado; brothers Ron Kasl (wife Sondra) of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wally Kasl (wife Linda) of Santa Fe, New Mexico; five grandchildren; Michael Williams, Christy Williams Mendoza, Cody Williams, Jeff Williams & Brooke Robbins Andrews; and one great-granddaughter, Emma Andrews. Betty is also survived by two nieces, Ronda & Resa Kasl, and a host of other family & friends.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, April 15 at the Resurrection Memorial Cemetery Chapel, 7801 NW Expy, Oklahoma City, with Pastor Robby Robbins officiating.