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Carol Ann (Weathers) Williams

February 11, 1946 — October 19, 2023

Carol Ann (Weathers) Williams

Funeral services for Carol Ann (Weathers) Williams, 77, of Oologah, OK, were held Tuesday, October 24, 2023, at Johnson Funeral Chapel in Sperry, OK. Reverend Dale Nielsen officiated, and burial was in Rest Haven Cemetery in Sperry, OK. Casket bearers were Lane Williams, Jacob Francis, Gov’nor Francis, Logan Miller, Sammie Francis, and Tyler Francis. Honorary Casket bearers were Brad Kerr, Cody Francis, Patrick Dobry, and Jack Francis.

Carol was born on February 11, 1946, in Tulsa, OK to Carl Weathers Jr. and Barbara Nell (Butts) Skelton. She passed away peacefully on Thursday October 19, 2023, surrounded by her family and friends.

Shortly after Carol was born, she welcomed her only sister and best friend into the world, Barbara June Francis. She was raised in Skiatook and graduated from Skiatook High School. In Carol’s life, she welcomed 3 of her own children and 2 that she loved as her own. She was a homemaker, the best cook/baker, and the best daughter, sister, mom, grandma, and aunt. She loved her family more than anything in the world.  Carol moved to Adair, OK in 1977 where she lived on a farm with her 5 children. She would help plant, pull weeds, and pick fresh crops to be sold in their shop to the local community. They had pigs, cows, and chickens that she would help with as well. In 2005, Carol moved to Oologah where she created her own cozy little home, decorated with sunflowers, plants and love. She had the best-looking yard all year round, and a spotless house that was never clean enough to her standards.  If you knew Carol, you knew she couldn’t sit still, she was always doing something. After 10 years, she retired from the Walmart Distribution Center, and she began taking on more landscaping gigs from businesses in Oologah, Collinsville, Ramona, and Disney. Every flower bed she touched was beautiful, she had the biggest green thumb. She eventually got bored and ended up going back to the Distribution Center after retirement to keep herself busy. After a few years she left again and continued to just plant flowers, hang Christmas lights, and clean out/paint homes throughout the year. Nothing slowed her down from working hard, not even cancer. She worked until August of 2023.

She is survived by her children, Bobby Miller and wife, Melissa, Rhonnie Miller and Janie Whitehead, Ricky Williams and Robyn Campbell, Bobbi Jo Kerr and husband, Kevin, and Robyn Williams; grandchildren, Logan Miller and wife, Breanna, Josey Miller, Brad Kerr and wife, Kayla, Casey Dobry and husband, Patrick, Kirsten Williams, Taylor Williams-Busque and wife, Juliana, Lane Williams, Chloe Williams and Chris Edwards, Allie Stanton and husband, Cody, Hailee Guerra, Leila Guerra, Michael Morales and Amanda Morales; 13 great-grandchildren; sister, Barbara June Francis; three beloved nephews that she loved as her own, Gov’nor Francis, Sammie Francis, and Jacob Francis; multiple other nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends..

She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl Weathers, Jr., and Barbara Sketon; and brother-in-law, Jimmy Francis.

Arrangements and services were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry.

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