KC Williams, 36 of Monahans TX, passed away on January 19, 2023, in Amarillo Texas.
KC was born in Monahans Texas on December 30, 1986. His parents are Kennith & Karen Williams and Lisa Chandler. He graduated from Monahans High School in 2005. In high school he participated in football, band, track, and power lifting. He received his OSHA certificate from Odessa College. He worked as a Lease operator in the West Texas oilfields. He served as a Volunteer Fire Fighter with the Monahans Fire Dept. from March 2011 to May 2018. KC’s biggest passion was playing his guitar, singing, songwriting, along with cooking. He loved spending time with his nieces and nephews, friends, and family. KC had a magic ability to light up a room with his smile. He never met a stranger and would help anybody in need whether it was to simply help with a project or just lift your spirits. He was also known for his love of animals. Raising chickens, quail, hogs, goats, and whatever needed a human touch. He enjoyed hunting and fishing whenever he had the chance.
He is preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Jeffye Williams; maternal grandparents, Bobby & Betty Gray; maternal grandmother, Tish Dowmond.
He is survived by his father and mother, Kennith & Karen Williams, and Lisa Chandler, all of Monahans, Texas; brothers, Chase Williams (Martiza), Justice Andrews (Mishelle), Jeff Ennis (Carleigh); sister, Jennifer Ennis; paternal grandparents, Kennith & Diane Williams; nieces, Peyton Williams, Emery Ennis, Calliah Andrews, Oaklei Martinez; nephews, Kaine Williams, Axton Ennis, Owen Ennis; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, a special aunt, G.G. (Angie Davis), and his very special Furry Companion, Rocky.
Jeff Ennis, Chase Williams, Justice Andrews, Leslie Moore, John Bell, Leroy Case, Brady Bean, Roy Garcia
Honorary Pallbearers are Fabian Hinojos, JW Burnett, Jimmy Wright, Ryan Munoz,
Visitation will be held Sunday January 22, 2023, from 12:00pm-8:00pm at Harkey Funeral Home Chapel.
Services will be Monday January 23, 2023, starting at 1:00pm at the First Baptist Church, officiated by Chris Powell. A burial will follow at the Monahans Cemetery.
In Lui of flowers, please donate to Monahans Fire Department or Spring Board Center, 200 Corporate Drive Midland, Texas 79705.
The Family wishes to extend our sincere Thanks to the staff at Ward Memorial and the staff at BSA Medical Center in Amarillo Texas. And thank you for all the love and support from this community.