Kenneth Earl Williams, Jr.

Kenneth Earl Williams, Jr. was born in Pasadena, Texas on July 14, 1955.  He grew up in Kemah, Texas and graduated from Clear Creek High School.  He started working with his father at a young age for many years as a deckhand.  He went on to be captain of his own boats and spent most of his as a commercial fisherman.

Kenny started a family later in life and has one son, Trace. He was a very hard worker and had a great sense of humor.  He liked to make people laugh and have fun, but could be hard headed at times.

Kenny was a good son, brother, uncle, friend, and supportive father and provider.  He is loved by many friends and family and will be dearly missed.

He is survived by his son, Trace Williams; sister, Pam Williams and husband, Robert Shalek; brother, Curtis Williams; niece, Laura Ezell and husband, Shannon; great-nephews, Ethan and Evan Ezell; step-mother, Carol Myers.

Kenny’s health declined the last couple of years fighting COPD.  He passed away suddenly at home, Thursday, July 30th at the age of 65 due to complications of his COPD.

Friends are invited to share their memories of Kenny with his family during visitation at the Crowder Funeral Home, Dickinson, 4:00 – 7:00 PM, Wednesday, August 5, 2020.


  1. I love you Kenny and I will miss you dearly!!

    Laura Ezell
    • You know he loved you too!

      Pam Williams
  2. Pam and Family I am so saddened for your loss of Kenny.
    He was a very special friend of mine. I will have such fond memories of our fun times together, especially our Blessing of the Fleet together. Sending prayers, love and hugs to all. God Bless.

    Susan Crider
    • Thank you Susan. He spoke of you highly!

      Pam Williams
  3. Our deepest condolences and prayers to the family. We bought our house from him in 2003 and got acquainted with him then. He was a nice man and will be missed by many.

    Orvil and Glenda Barnes
  4. Dearest Pam, Robert,Curtis, Laura and Trace and Carol,

    Kenny was such a great neighbor and friend. He looked out for our place all of those many years. We also loved buying the fresh shrimp right off of his boat for many years as well as his dad’s.
    Pam and Robert, you gave him such wonderful support and care these past few years and I know God will bless you. May God be with you all at this time.
    Rich and Judy Dressendorfer

    Judy Dressendorfer

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