KENNETH LEE WILLIAMS, 75, passed away on June 3,
2008 in Abilene, TX. Burial was in the Old Gordon
Kenneth was born in Ranger, TX on July 17, 1932
to Addie Hardin Williams & Verdie Mae (Wilhelm).
He graduated from Ranger High School in 1950 and
later attended Ranger Jr. College and TCU. He
began working for T&P railroad in 1952 on a road
gang. He retired in 1999 as a signal maintenance
man. He married Katherine Robertson in 1954 in Red
Springs. She preceded him in death in 1992. He
married Ellen Bollinger in Comanche in 1995. Kenneth
was a member of the International Brotherhood of
Signal Maintenance. He was a member of the First
Baptist Church in Ranger for many years and served
as deacon. He served on the Ranger School Board
for 20 years. He was also a member of the Ranger
Lions Club. He was elected to the City Commission
as Police and Fire Commissioner.
He was preceded in death by a brother, David Lee
Survived by his wife Ellen, of Ranger, his children,
Kenneth L. Williams of Katy, Debbie Renteria of
Sugar Land, Addie Joe Williams of Ranger, Bobby
Williams of Denton and Kay Sanders of Franklin,
step-children, Vicki Dugan of Ranger, Rick Moore
and Wendy Albert both of Fort Worth, a brother
Bobby Williams (RHS-1948) and a sister Geneva
"Sis" Garbo, both of Arlington, a brother Bobby
Gene Williams (RHS-1948), 15 grandchildren and
WIFE: MARGARET ELLEN WILLIAMS, 68, passed away on
July 28, 2008 in Ft. Worth, TX. Burial was in Old
Ellen was born Feb. 7, 1940 in Gordon, TX, to W.W.
& Donna Mae (Calhoun) Roberson. She graduated
from Gordon High School and Ranger Jr. College.
She held a private pilotís license, real estate
license, owned her own business and worked for
several businesses including Har-Val Athletic, Dr.
Watkins Clinic in Ranger and also B&R Pipe in Ranger.
She is preceded in death by her parents, and husbands,
Bill Bollinger (RHS-1950) and Kenneth Williams (RHS-
At the time of her death, she was survived by three
children, Vicki Duggan and husband Donald of Ranger,
Rick Moore of Coppell, and Wendy Albert of Ft. Worth;
four grandchildren; several cousins; and one aunt.