Floral 07

Louise Mae Williams

December 22, 1941 ~ June 22, 2022 (age 80)


Louise Mae Williams (nee Eenigenburg), 80, of Harford County, passed gently into the arms of her Savior on June 22, 2022, after a long illness. She was born in December 1941 to the late George and Alice Eenigenburg of Fremont, MI and spent her childhood in Michigan, attending Calvin College before moving to the East Coast in her early adult years. Louise was beloved wife to the late James A. Williams; loving mother of David R. Huisjen Jr., Jami (Rick) Scott, Daniel Huisjen (Ticia Shelton), Donovan (Julie) Huisjen, and Alicia Laslo (Bobby Stone); caring “bonus mother” to Jacqueline Kiley, James A. (Gina) Williams, Jr., Ted (Cathy) Williams and Tracy (Joseph) Lanoue; proud grandmother of 21 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchild; and dear sister of Gary Eenigenburg, Hope Schrock, Donald Eenigenburg, and Gwen Pinter. Louise is also survived by other loving family and friends as well as her beloved Miniature Australian Shepherd, Kindle. She was predeceased by her sister Joanne Stam as well as her step-son Ronald (Mary) Williams.


Louise lived a life marked by appreciation for nature, a love of animals and children, unending creativity and deeply held Christian faith. As a child she was prone to keeping frogs in her dress pockets and running (instead of walking) to school. As a mother she read and sang to her young children constantly, taking them hiking and camping and teaching an attitude of joy. In later years she kept horses with her husband and youngest daughter, striding the pastures and firmly insisting on her authority as the “boss mare.”


Family and friends will honor and celebrate Louise’s life at Evans Life Celebration Home in Forest Hill, MD – 3 Newport Drive on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., with a funeral service immediately to follow. A lunch reception will be held at Mt. Zion Church in Bel Air, with interment to take place privately at Darlington Cemetery in Darlington, MD at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in honor of Louise to Lifesong Hospice or to Mt. Zion Church.




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