Burt K. Williams

Born: 06/24/1924 Passed:

Burt K. Williams, age 96, passed away peacefully January 30, 2021. Burt was born and raised in Mt. Carmel, PA and was a graduate of Mt. Carmel HS. Upon graduation, he enlisted in the AAF and served as a Gunnery Sergeant with the 8th Air Force, 389th BG, 567thBS stationed in Norwich, England. We would like to give special recognition to the courageous men and women of the French Resistance who facilitated his safe return to England from Nazi occupied France. Burt and his late wife, Jane (Egan) were graduates of the University of Delaware. They raised their family in Hudson, where they were long time members of Christ Church Episcopal. Burt was a member of Hudson Masonic Lodge #510, a Mason for over 70 years.

Burt was proceeded in death by his wife Jane, brother Jack, and sister Letha.

He is survived by his daughter, Ellen (Steve) Lombardo; son, Keith (Luann); grandchildren, Andrea (Anthony), Steven, Marie, Morgan (Jessie), and Keira; three great grandchildren; his sister, Naiad of TN; and sister-in-law, Eleanor of NH.

A private graveside service at Markillie Cemetery will be held at a future date.

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3 Tributes to Burt K. Williams

  1. Rich & Carmen Fleischauer says:

    We had the privilege of meeting Burt at Andrea and Anthony’s wedding in July of 2017. He was very engaging and still actively golfing!
    We are praying for the entire family.

  2. Randy Pope says:

    The Williams family were neighbor for many years as I was growing up in Hudson. My parents were very fond of him and Jane–and they were patients of my father who was a dentist. When I moved back to Hudson in 1993 I reconnected with Burt at the gym that we both frequented. Over recent years we met often “working out” and I had the pleasure of getting to know him as an adult. He became a delightful friend. Of course the last year stopped our meetings, but reading of his passing is very sad. I send sincere condolences to Ellen and Keith and their families.

    • Keith Williams says:

      Thanks Randy. I know dad was very fond of your parents too.
      Hartford and West Case seem like a long time ago.
      Keith

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