Vern Williams

June 29, 1963 - January 7, 2021

Vern Michael Williams, 57, of Nederland, died Thursday, January 7, 2021. He was born June 29, 1963, in Melbourne, Florida, to Bernice Rose Meehan Williams and Vern Martin Williams.

Survivors include his mother, Bernice Rose Williams, of Nederland; siblings, Phillip Williams and wife, Michelle, of Katy; Mary Speight and husband, Kevin; R.D. Williams and wife, Jessica; and Michele Goode and husband, Glenn, all of Nederland; and nieces, Rachelle; April; Cora; Carley; Crimson; and Hannah; and nephews, Ryan; Brian; Brandon; Phill; Corbin; Trevor; and Tyler.

He is preceded in death by his father, Vern Martin Williams; grandmothers, Mary Williams and Elsie Meehan; and brother, Vincent Dilly.

A gathering of Mr. Williams’ family and friends will begin at 5:00 p.m., with his funeral service at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, January 14, 2021, at Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland. Cremation arrangements will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA Texas), 6919 Portwest Drive, Suite 100, Houston, Texas 77024.

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Johnny Lovett

Vern, first and foremost was big in stature, but even bigger in heart. He never met a stranger, was the first to help someone in need, and always was true to his friends. If you knew Vern, you knew that his three favorite things were fishing, hunting, and eating. Hard to say which one was his favorite. We enjoyed doing all those things things together for the last forty years. Vern was more to me than just someone to hang out with though, he was family and he will be missed.

Cathey Lovett

I had not seen Vern in years, but still remember his smile, laugh and those dimples! He was someone whom you knew the moment you met him that he was a good person. My prayers are with his family and friends.

Dennis Einkauf

Vern was a highly intelligent, very articulate and engaging young man who I was honored to work with at Olson Engineering in Bridge City, Texas. At the time, I was his immediate supervisor (and friend) in the piping department. Vern was one of our brightest minds and was immensely talented as a designer. Very organized and a great communicator. He had a wonderful sense of humor and a genuine love of people. He could light up the room with his smile and presence. I loved Vern as a dear friend and will never forget him. My prayer is that his family and friends will find comfort in the Lord during this time of grief.

Deborah Guidry

I cannot add much to how well Johnny described our Vern .....except to say maybe he was alittle stubborn ? Not only did he have a big heart but he was humble and enjoyed the simple things in life. He was a good listener and always found the bright side of any situation. He was a fine man and a great friend with an infectious smile that will be dearly missed.❣

Floyd Parr

My condolences to the family. Vern used to crack me up working with him. I never meet any that loved food like he did. We shared the love of fishing and hunting. May he Rest In Peace.

Melvin Kelly

Phil I am sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. I liked Vern he was a nice young man.

Daniel Grodotzke

Prayers to the Family. I am sorry for you're loss. Vern was a good man, who had a big heart. I worked with him and he taught me a lot. He will be missed. May god bless you and your family.

Mark Thompson

Big Vern! A big old boy who was a pleasure to work with. Meet him 20+ years ago. Great guy. Knowledgeable and always a team player. We ate more than a few lunches together in the cafe in Exxon Baytown. Those cafe ladies loved his politeness and manners. You got bigger helpings if you were in line with Vern. A big intimidating figure but a gentle giant. Always fun to be with Big Vern! Tagged redfish in the CCA......that was Bern! Santa at the Fluor Christmas for the needy. That was Big Bern. Too soon....way too soon!

David Glasscock

What a kind and personable guy Vern was. I met Vern and his Big smile over 20 years ago when we worked on a project in Baytown. It was a pleasure to work with Vern even as recent as a little over a year ago where he always was so respectful and kind hearted just as the first day I meet him. He was a knowledgeable and helpful co-worker. I will miss Vern very much. May God comfort and bless his family and friends in their time of sorrow.