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Bryan Scott Williams

July 1, 1963 ~ May 1, 2019 (age 55)


                Bryan Scott Williams, 55, of Oak Grove Street in Oil City, died unexpectedly of natural causes at his residence on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. 

                He was born in Clarion on July 1, 1963 to Savilla "Sally" (Beers) Williams. 

                Bryan earned his G.E.D. in 1993.

                He enjoyed fishing, camping, and NASCAR racing, especially drivers Dale Earnhardt, Sr. and Kevin Harvick. 

                He was married in Pleasantville on December 11, 2012 to the former Teresa Weaver, and she survives. 

                Also surviving is his mother, Savilla "Sally" Williams-Snyder of Arizona; his daughter, Michealia Shreffler of Erie; a step-son, Andrew Kepner of Oil City; and two step-daughters: Angela Kepner and her significant other, Dan Gruszewski of Coal Township, PA, and Ashley Kepner and her significant other, John Gustafson of Titusville; and three step-grandchildren: Alyssa, Seyala, and Ezekiel (who is due in June). 

                Bryan is also survived by his siblings:  William Williams and wife Kathy of Clarion, John Williams and wife Kelly of Oil City, Cindy Keeler of Fairlee, Vermont, Tina Hawkins and husband Jeremy of New Castle, and Barry Williams of Oil City; an aunt, Arvilla Latshaw; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

                There will be no visitation of funeral services held. 

                Hile-Best Funeral Home in Seneca is assisting with arrangements. 

                The family is accepting memorial donations to help defray funeral expenses.  They can be made to:  Hile-Best Funeral Home, P.O. Box 245, Seneca, PA  16346; or can be made online, by using the green 'Donations' tab found under his photo on this website. 

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