Kelly James Williams was born May 11th, 1962, in Melfort Union Hospital.Gar and Lorna were living in Pleasantdale at the time and moved to Nipawin when Kelly was four.
Kelly went to Kindergarten at the Lutheran Church at the age of 5. He then started his schooling at Alex Wright Elementary. Kelly was very bright and quick to learn therefore he skipped grade 2 and went right to grade 3. He took all his education in Nipawin and graduated at the age of 17.
He participated in minor sports including ball and hockey. He played for the LP Miller Bears football team in High School.
Kelly went on to the University of Saskatchewan and convocated from the College of Commerce in 1983. After graduation Kelly went to work for Gar Williams Agencies. He eventually took over the business from his dad and ran the business with the same respect as his father did, always trying to find the best deal for his customers and treating all who walked through the door with kindness and respect.
Kelly was involved with sports after school including slow-pitch where he attended Nationals twice in Toronto and Calgary. He was also an avid curler, there are a few people that could tell you some stories. He played in districts, regionals, northerns and one provincial championship. We cannot forget the numerous bonspiels!
One of the other activities that Kelly enjoyed was the Vipers Hockey team which played at noon. In true Kelly fashion he was the money guy and took care of all the finances for the team!
Kelly loved his fly in fishing trips with his buddies and devoted many volunteer hours with the Vanity Cup, of which he was a founding executive member!
In 2016 Kelly retired from his business and began the process of building his dream home at Tobin Lake. Kelly loved the lake and was always there to greet those who came calling with a welcome and a drink/freezie, depending on their age. Many a person came to visit Kelly and Betty at their cabin where many wonderful memories were made.
Kelly is survived by Betty Blue, his long-time partner, and her mother Dorothy Blue, his parents Gar and Lorna Williams, sister Tammy Williams (RT Bell), nieces Nikkita Bell (Sydney) and Cassidy Bell. He has many extended family members that loved him. His friends were truly a blessing in his life. He will be missed.