Kathleen Louise Williams, 61 year resident of Los Angeles, passed away on Monday, October 10, 2011 in Torrance. Born in Los Angeles, CA, Kathleen was 61 when she died. Kathleen was a member of Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. She received her education through the Los Angeles School District and graduated from Compton High School. She was an employee of Wiley Laboratories for many years until she retired. Kathleen's lifelong passion was realized when she opened a daycare called Little Bears Daycare. Kathleen was known for her delicious turkeys and her love for the color orange. The love, devotion and commitment to her family and friends will always be remembered. Kathleen is survived by husband, Larry Williams; son, Brian Browning; daughter, Kisha Moton; sister, Leslie Polk and her brothers, Jack C. Alston, Jr. and Stephen Washington. She was preceded in death by father, Jack Alston Sr. and mother, Katherine Washington. A visitation will be held at McCormick Mortuary in Inglewood on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm. The service will be held in the McCormick Chapel on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 12:00 noon with the Repast in the Lighthouse Reception Room from 4:00 pm to 6:00pm the same day. Burial will be at Inglewood Park Cemetery.

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  1. Kathleen is and will always be the sister that I never had, and God gave me the absolute best sister-friend that anyone could ask for. It’s hard to realize that we won’t drink anymore sweet tea or coffee while we talk here, but we will catch up in Heaven. Love and prayers to Larry, Brian, Kisha and all of the family. May your memories bring you great comfort and keep you warm. K-One, I love you and thank you for being such a great friend. Rest well.

  2. Larry, Kisha and Brian and extended family. As I have always told Kisha and Brian, Kathleen was a great mother. Larry, to you I know she was a great wife. We are all going to miss her. She won’t be forgotten. She always had a good joke or would tell me something so funny she would have me screaming at work. I would tell her I am going to get in trouble, and she was say ok, ok. She has completed her assignment and her job was done well. Love Auntie Denise

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