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Louis Frank Williams / November 16, 2021

Louis Frank Williams, age 81 of Bracey, and formerly of Yardley and Levittown, Pa., died peacefully with his children and grandchildren by his bedside on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021. He is resting now in peace with his predeceased wife Judy, who he missed dearly after she passed in 2018 after 56 years of marriage.

Frank retired from a vending machine company in Bucks County, Pa. There wasn’t a vending machine, juke box, pool table or video game that he could not rewire and fix up. His children and even granddaughter Jaycee, would travel with him on his routes to empty money and help fix those machines. Well, mostly they would play the video games while he worked. They always had a video game at the house where neighborhood kids would come to play. He helped manage a local bar in Fairless Hills, Pa. His children also remember previous jobs held at 3M Company and as a welder by trade, for a pipeline company.

Frank enjoyed playing golf, fishing, watching football, basketball, and auto racing and would never miss an opportunity to hit up a card game with friends on Monday night and occasional rainy days. He was a social member at Tanglewood Shores Golf & Country Club. He earned his nickname “Butcher” for that very reason – he loved playing card games and could cut any deck.

Frank is survived by two children, Robert Williams of Levittown, Pa., and Kristine Martin (Bob) of Ebony, two granddaughters, Jaycee Lee and Alivia Nadine, and two great grandchildren, Ryan Lee and Jaelyn Lorraine. Other surviving family members include his brothers, Edward Williams (Donna) and Billy Williams (Joy), his loving and caring niece Lynne Pisano (Mike) and numerous other nieces and nephews and family friends.

His children welcome friends and neighbors to visit them over the next several days at his home in Bracey.

Farrar Funeral home is serving the Williams.

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