God is good. All the time. Words we truly believe even through this time of grief. Our mom, Nancy, was a beautiful person, wonderful wife, and unparalleled mom (in our opinion). She was a woman of God which exuded throughout her life. I say this because her faith did not falter during her battle with cancer. She was diagnosed around June of 2018 and immediately started treatment options with dad (Alfred) by her side. Earlier this year, her daughters found out by ways only God can provide and we have been honored to support and love on her as best we could. God’s mercy provided us with the rare opportunity to maximize the time we had left with her. It was a difficult journey, but LOVE truly drives out fear. During the last weeks, we found that cancer had spread throughout her body and the decline was faster than we thought it would be. Thankfully, she and our dad were able to celebrate their 48th Anniversary on September 25th (see? God is good). Not long after, she passed to be with our Savior on October 5th 2019. We are truly thankful for the support of friends and family. Your prayers and words are sharing in our sadness and keeping us strong as we continue our process of grieving. Thank you for sharing your stories and experiences about mom. We have enjoyed reading all the posts, texts, cards, and e-mails. Though we are having a private family service, we invite you to join us as we continue celebrating the legacy of our mom on Sunday, October 20th.

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  1. Yes, God Is Good All The Time! Even in our time of sorrow, His Love, Grace and Mercy gives us comfort and peace because we know our Loved One is resting with Him.

  2. We have lost a wonderful friend. She will always be in our hearts.
    Al, Cynthia and Eiko, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Sheldon and Mickey Payne

  3. My sincerest condolences to the family. Nancy was a very special person and we will all miss her dearly. I knew Nancy throughout most of my career as a public health nurse with the County of Los Angeles. Nancy was one of the very few Japanese nurses other than myself working in public health and we seemed to share a special bond because of that. She was the organizer of our LAC retired nurses lunch bunch every other month and we hope to regroup to continue the fellowship in her honor. God bless you all.

  4. So sorry for the loss of such a Cheerful woman of faith! Always enjoyed sitting at the table with her during our World Impact gatherings! Love and prayers being offered up to the family!

  5. The Simon Family sends our most loving condolences to the Williams family during this time of sadness. Ms. Nancy was a beautiful woman and a dear friend to my mother, Addie Simon. Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to the entire family, friends, and coworkers of the lovely Ms. Nancy.

  6. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to all of you during this difficult time. May God’s peace and strength be very real to you all. Love you, Jan

  7. Praying for all of you that God’s peace and great comfort fills all the loneliness and grief in your hearts. Love you all!!

  8. Thank you for sharing the pictures of your mom–she radiates Christ so beautifully! Your family continues to be in our prayers, especially this week-end as you remember and honour your mom. May you be comforted even as you celebrate the hope we have in Christ, for He is good!

  9. To Al Williams, Cynthia & the Peters family, Eiko & the Comfort family our condolences in the loss of your dear wife, mother and grandmother. Though we are saddened by the loss we rejoice that she is with Jesus and we will all be together again. 1.Thess. 4:13-18 Praying God’s comfort peace for you all. Ben & Martha

  10. So surprised and saddened to recently learn of Nancy’s passing. She was a lovely person, nurse and colleague to me in LACo Public Health. Your video certainly captured the wonderful person she was. My deepest condolences and may our Faith in God bring peace and comfort to you all.

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