Date of Birth July 1, 1932
Date Deceased March 18, 2024
Hometown Bath
Home State N.Y.
Service Date March 21, 2024
Service Time 5-8 p.m.
Service Location Bath Country Club

F. Brad Williams

BATH – F. Bradley Williams, born on July 1, 1932, passed away on March 18, 2024 surrounded by his family. Brad is survived by his six children: Craig of Denton, Texas; Kirk (Lori) of Davis Junction, Illinois; Kelly (Debbie) of Freeport, Illinois; Chris Illig (Mark) of Branchport, New York; Kerry McKinley (Dean) of Bath, New York; and Kent (Tracy) of Caton, New York. He is also survived by his 13 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren, as well as his brother Ronald “Butch” (Myrl) Williams of Austell, Georgia. He was pre-deceased by Anne, his wife of 63 years, and his sisters Joyce Mattison, Darlene Yochum, and Jean Beeman.

Brad graduated from Haverling High School in 1950 and then went on to join the United States Navy where he served in the Korean War. Brad retired from MetLife in 1987. Upon retirement, Brad and Anne enjoyed many winters in Florida. Brad was a member of the Bath Country Club where he and Anne spent many days playing golf with friends and family. He was also a member of the Bath American Legion, Elks Club, and VFW.

At Brad’s request, there will be no calling hours or service. There will be a celebration of life at the Bath Country Club on Thursday, March 21 from 5 PM-8 PM.

He asked in lieu of flowers that you make a donation to a charity of your choice.

The Bishop & DeSanto Funeral Home, 35 Main St., HAMMONDSPORT is honored to assist with Brad’s arrangements.

Online condolences or remembrances of Brad are welcome below in the comment section or on the Facebook page of Bishop-Johnson & DeSanto Funeral Home.



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5 Responses

  1. To the family of a very special friend who I spent many golf outings home and away and much fun time (sometimes to much fun) together over many years I offer our prayers and love. He was without doubt one of the best I will and do miss much our days of old May you rest in peace my friend.

  2. It was a pleasure and honor to know your parents……
    many, many memories with love.
    Marlene Luffman🧡

  3. We treasure our memories with this rascal. God knows how much we treasured him and Anne. My mother and I cry today for the loss of our friend. We also know somewhere there is a hell of a golf game going on with our Bob, Brad, & Anne!

    Sending so much love, Marlene Luffman & Cara Powell❤️

  4. Earlier this month I had a wonderful chat with Mr Williams at Taylor Health Center. He was so kind, alert and chipper. We reminisced about the old days and he was curious about how the keyboard we used at a singalong worked. I am so, so sorry to hear of his passing. Peace and comfort to your family.

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