Nadine Louise Williams
Nadine Louise Williams died in her home on August 30, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was 83. Nadine was born on February 6, 1934 in Leslie, Arkansas to her parents, Renner and Charlie Meaders. She joins her parents, three brothers, (Roy, Ed, and Billy Meaders) two sisters, (Freda Warden and Carolyn Morehead) and son (Randolph Charles) in heaven. Nadine spent several years living in Pasadena, California where she worked for the Telephone Company and had her two children, Randolph Charles and Kim Stacey. She then lived in Arkansas where she pursued her love of flying and obtained her pilots license and volunteered for the Civil Air Patrol where she went on several rescue missions. Nadine later moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. It was in Las Vegas where she felt like she was living her dreams. Nadine loved to play poker and occasionally worked as an extra for movies and television shows that were filmed in Las Vegas. She appeared on “Miss Congeniality 2” and “Las Vegas”.
She is survived by her daughter Kim Fernandes, her grandson, Joshua Paul Fernandes, and two great grandchildren, Destinee Fernandes and Joshua Charles Fernandes.
I offer my deepest condolences to the Williams family. While there are few words of comfort during this time; Jehovah God understands your loss. Isaiah 25:8 says that “He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces”. I pray that this scripture brings a measure of comfort to the family during their time of bereavement.