Linda Marie Williams

Linda Williams

Linda Marie (Vargas) Williams, 64, passed away on January 27, 2018 at Harbor Hospice in Houston, TX.

Born and raised in Galveston TX, she was the daughter of Joe Vargas and Margaret Mejia. 

She enjoyed reading her bible, doing crossword puzzles, coloring, debating religion and politics. She thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her family. She loved her siblings, children, grandchildren and grandchild very much.

Everyone that knew her, knew that she had an unhealthy love for all things pink, strived daily to abide by the tenants in the Bible, loved to have a good laugh as often as possible, and though she experienced all that cancer brings with it, she never stopped giving all the glory to God.  Plus, she could eat a half-gallon of Homemade Vanilla ice-cream a day to help make everything just a little bit better.  Needless to say, she will be missed for all of these things and more.  She was an inspiration in her faith, which never waivered and gave her strength above all things.

She is survived by her children Johnny Sierra Jr., Margaret “Angel” Sierra, Andrew “Dru” Sierra and his wife Diane, and her grandchildren Desiree Sierra, Nadia Sierra, Andrew Sierra, Brianna Sierra, Isabelle Sierra, Sophia Sierra, Valentina Sierra and great-grandchild Carmelo Moreno. She also leaves behind several nieces and nephews.

She is also survived by her sister, Mary V. Boyd, brother, Steven “Champ” Vargas, sister, Janie Grimaldo and her husband Bernardo, sister, Gloria Vargas, sister, Yolanda Vargas, sister, Rebecca Garza and her husband Gregory, and sister Adamina Perez and her husband Jacinto, brother, Joe Vargas and brother-in-law, Felipe Garcia.

She is preceded in death by her parents, siblings, Irene Garcia, Rosie Dominguez, Andrew Vargas, Jessie Vargas and grandchild Jonathan Sierra.

The funeral will be held on Friday, February 2, 2018, with the visitation starting at 9:00 am – 11:00 am, the service will be from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm.  The burial to follow at 12:15 pm to Hayes Grace Memorial in Hitchcock, TX.

Special thanks to the staff at the Harbor Hospice for taking such great care of our loved one.  She will be missed and in our hearts until we meet again.