of Little Rock, AR
July 13, 1940 - March 21, 2023
Edris Ann "Mickey" Williams, 82, of Ferndale, Arkansas died March 21, 2023. She was born in El Dorado, Arkansas on July 13, 1940 to Ernest Edward Lambert and Minnie Sue Burns Lambert.Mickey was a registered nurse and spent the bulk of her career serving patients in the operating room. After retiring from nursing, Mickey spent her time gardening, cooking, fishing and travelling with her husband, Dr. Ron Williams. Mickey was truly a beautiful person from the inside and out. She shared her loving heart, immense compassion and warm smile with everybody that crossed her path. Mickey made people and the world better and her intangible legacy remains in all our spirits.Mickey is preceded in death by her parents, her husband and her sisters, Paula Lambert and Lou Arden Smith. She is survived by her stepchildren, Jan Stevenson Williams and Mary Kathryn Williams both of Little Rock, Arkansas and Scott Wilson Williams of New Orleans, Louisiana; grandchildren, Celeste Williams of Cincinnati, Ohio and Aislin Elle Falasco of Little Rock, Arkansas; nephew, Stuart Smith of Mineola, Texas; niece, Kelly Smith of La Cresta, California and great niece, Stephanie Joy of Portland, Oregon.Funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at Roller-Chenal Funeral Home, 13801 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, Arkansas (501) 224-8300, burial will follow at Lost Creek Cemetery in Sheridan, Arkansas. Visitation will be 6:00-8:00 p.m. Monday, March 27, 2023 at the Funeral Home.
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I just heard about the passing of Mickey. A true friend. I always enjoyed seeing her and talking with her.She was always happy. She will be missed.
I will always remember her fondly
Mickey was such a joy to be around. She always made everyone feel so special. It was an honor to call Mickey and Ron my friends.
I will always remember her happy smile and how sweet she was !!!❤️
It was a sad day when we learned of the passing of our very dear friend Mickey. She certainly will be missed by us all but we have comfort in knowing she is now in a better place. We enjoyed and cherish many fun days at the Bear Creek Log Cabins near Marshall with her and Dr. Ron. She was always a joy to be around and had a heart of gold. Her memories will be with us forever. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the family during this time of loss. May God comfort each of you at this sad time.Jerry and Ann Carlton
Aunt Mickey, I LOVE YOU to the moon! TOGETHER...Aunt Mickey's sister, Lou, passed only two weeks before her. Lou's last word was "Mickey!", in an urgent voice, as if to say, "Come on, let's go to the party!". I am so comforted knowing that the Lambert Girls, including Paula, are tearing it up together now in Heaven, with Uncle Ron, Grandma and all the people and pets who went before them. Mickey was so very important to me growing up and into my adulthood. My love cannot be expressed in words. My heart is broken and full of joy at the same time, as I know the grand party that is happening on the other side. God Bless you, Sweet, Fun, Joyful, Interesting, Loving, Beautiful Aunt Mickey! Give everyone there a kiss on the lips for me!
I have been friends with Mickey and Ron Williams for over 45 years.I continue to laugh with them over all the humerous situations that have marked our friendship.I will miss them forever.
We loved Mickey and considered her a longtime and neighbor
I had the honor and privilege to care for Mickey over the last few years and she was a blessing to me in so many ways. She was my friend, sister and mom when needed. I love you Mickey.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Mickey was a wonderful and beautiful lady.
I love this woman and will miss her until we unite again in heven