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Maureen "Moe" P Williams

March 12, 1946 December 24, 2018
Maureen "Moe" P Williams
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Maureen “Moe” Paulette Williams (Age 72) passed away December 24, 2018. Moe was born March 12, 1946 in Great Falls, Montana to parents Esther Schauer and Thomas Sardelli. She grew up in Simm, Montana and was voted Miss Great Falls as a baby. She spent a majority of her life as a Spokane resident and graduated from Shadle Park High School. Maureen had a knack for using her talents in varying occupations. After graduation she attended school and became a dental assistant. She then became part owner of Chattaroy Farm Store. And later, she became a real estate agent, using her humor and ability to connect with people. She loved animals, especially her horses, and spent many years living the farm life. Maureen loved to dance and took up competing in ballroom dance competitions. She loved others well through her amazing culinary skills, often cooking large meals for friends and family. She was one of the most creative people and loved making gifts for others. You could always find a little bit of "Maureen bling" on anything she gave. Moe had a knack for making people laugh and having her around meant you were going to have a good time.

Maureen is survived by her three daughters; Kristina (Keith) Montgomery, Kim (Gary) Lallier, and Kristi (Rick) Luttrull, grandchildren, Jessica Jaderquist, Jordan (McKenzie) Lallier, Cody Luttrull, Casey Luttrull, Elizabeth Montgomery, Tristan Montgomery and great grandson Eli Jaderquist. She is also survived by her two siblings; Bill (Joan) Light and Janet (Marty) Agre. Also missing her are many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, a lifetime of friends and her longtime companion, Steve Cavalar. She is preceded in death by her mother, Esther Schauer and her grandson, Spc. Jarrod Lallier.

Maureen will be missed by all who knew her. She was strong in her faith and is probably chatting with God right now, making him laugh at one of her tall tales. Her kind heart and generous spirit will be greatly missed. She will be remembered as a bright shining light in this life.

A Memorial Service will be held Friday, January 4th at 1:00pm at the Sunset Chapel (Fairmount Memorial Park) 5200 W. Wellesley.
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