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Phyllis Ann Williams

January 13, 1950 — January 28, 2024

In Loving Memory of Phyllis Ann Williams


Phyllis Ann Williams, of Paragould, AR, passed away peacefully on January 28, 2024, at the age of 74. She was born on January 13, 1950, in McFarland, WI, to the late Robert and Bernice Peterson.


Phyllis will forever be remembered as a devoted mother, grandmother, and wife. She was the heart and soul of her family, bringing love, laughter, and warmth to all those around her. Phyllis touched the lives of many through her kindness, selflessness, and unwavering love.


With a zest for life, Phyllis found joy in the simplest of pleasures. She had an incredible talent for sewing, creating beautiful garments and cherished keepsakes for her loved ones. Her green thumb was evident in her vibrant garden, where she nurtured blooming flowers and ensured hummingbirds always had a place to visit.


Phyllis had a deep passion for nature and was an avid bird watcher. As she watched the skies, she cheered fiercely for her beloved Green Bay Packers, proudly sporting the green and gold. Her enthusiasm for sports was infectious, bringing the family together during game days with laughter and friendly competition.


But above all, Phyllis cherished the time spent with her children and grandchildren. She was a pillar of strength, showering them with love, wisdom, and support. She found joy in baking delicious treats and creating lasting memories around the kitchen table.


Phyllis leaves behind a legacy of love and togetherness. She will be forever missed and cherished by her children, Halley (Tyler) Pollard, Heidi (John) Harting, Chris (Stacy) Williams, and Ollie Williams, along with her spouse, Stanley Pollard. She is survived by her brother, Donald Peterson and her grandchildren, Madison, Alex, Kimberly, Kaitlyn, TJ, Karsyn, Aubree, Trinity, and Logan and 5 great-grandchildren. Phyllis was predeceased by her parents, Robert and Bernice Peterson and grandson Jimbo Williams.


Phyllis touched the lives of many and her memory will forever be etched in our hearts. She taught us the importance of love, laughter, and cherishing every moment. Though she may no longer be physically with us, her spirit will guide us through the days ahead.


May she rest in eternal peace.

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