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Victor Stanley Williams

March 9, 1978 — May 9, 2021

Victor Stanley Williams died Sunday, May 9, 2021, at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center in Show Low, Arizona.  He was 43 years old.  Victor was born on March 9, 1978, in Fairbanks, Alaska.

As a toddler, Victor's family moved to Arizona.  When he was just a little kid, he went to the doctor's office for an appointment, with his mom.  While in the lobby, there were several other kids playing with him in the play area when another little girl came into the office with her mother. Sometime before, the little girl had been in some kind of fire, as her face and arms bore the scars of such a horrific event.  Upon seeing this little girl, the other kids began to tease and make fun of her with with her scars.  Immediately, Victor stood up, went to the girl and said he "would play with her." so, off they went.  It was this type of genuinely kind and cheerful attitude that would mold Victor into the great man that he would become.  Wherever he went, he always made others feel warm and welcome.    

Victor was a member of Mesa High School's Graduating Class of 1996.  He loved his country and, upon his graduation from high school, Victor enlisted in the United States Navy.  Ever knowing of the sacrifice he might be called upon to make, he served valiantly and honorably.  Following his honorable release from active duty, Victor enrolled for a year or two in an electrical trade school.  With that experience, he began an long career as an electrician in the booming construction industry.  He was skillful and knowledgeable and his was a friendly face to countless others at work.  Truly a friend to all. 

Victor was a great family man who loved his boys with all of his heart.  They were his world and are his "little buddies!" Even in their young age, he's taught them lifelong lessons and values that will serve them throughout their own lives.  He was a loving son to his mother and respected and adored her very much.  The good man that he is can be attributed to the rearing and loving upbringing by his mother.  Her example of loving kindness was one that he looked to emulate. As a brother, he was the best friend that anyone could ever hope for.  The relationship that he had with each of his brothers and sisters have left memories that will, forever, leave smiles on their hearts.  He loved to sing karaoke and anyone who knew that knows of his "Little pigs, pigs, pigs" ditty.  If he had the mic, everyone was sure to be in a good mood. 

Victor knew how to have a good time.  He loved searching for gold in various places throughout the great state of Arizona.  With the "prospector's touch" he felt mighty lucky and enjoyed visiting casinos as well.  He appreciated the fact that he lived in "Arizona's backyard" in the White Mountains of the state and spent many quiet filled days with family and friends fishing.  Just about any fishing hole was his favorite fishing hole. 

Victor is survived by his 2 sons: Brenyn Regnaud, Hyrum Regnaud; his mother, Julie Vawter of Queen Creek, Arizona; 4 siblings: Jennifer (Jamison) Brummel of Garnett, Kansas, James Williams of Queen Creek, Arizona, Nicole Vawter of Melbourne Beach, Florida and Billy Stolins of Melbourne Beach, Florida. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. 

Victor's family is thankful for many acts of kindness they have received during this difficult time and are especially grateful for all of the prayers offered up in their behalf. 


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