Constance “Connie” Williams

Constance WilliamsConstance “Connie” Williams, 57, accounting specialist in the financial aid department, died Jan. 21 in Denton. She had worked at UNT since 2005. After raising her three children, she continued her education and earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Texas Woman’s University in 2003. She enjoyed making and giving quilts as gifts — to people she loved and to people she didn't know who were in need — and was devoted to her grandson. She and her husband, Alan, would have celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary this year. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, and the funeral is at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 29, at Bill DeBerry Funeral Directors at 2025 W. University Dr. in Denton. In honoring her wishes, the family will be wearing bright and vibrant colors and would love for attendees to do the same. Due to COVID protocols, please wear a mask at the services and practice social distancing.

Constance WilliamsConstance “Connie” Williams, 57, accounting specialist in the financial aid department, died Jan. 21 in Denton. She had worked at UNT since 2005. After raising her three children, she continued her education and earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Texas Woman’s University in 2003. She enjoyed making and giving quilts as gifts — to people she loved and to people she didn't know who were in need — and was devoted to her grandson. She and her husband, Alan, would have celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary this year. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, and the funeral is at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 29, at Bill DeBerry Funeral Directors at 2025 W. University Dr. in Denton. In honoring her wishes, the family will be wearing bright and vibrant colors and would love for attendees to do the same. Due to COVID protocols, please wear a mask at the services and practice social distancing.