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Vicki Jean Williams

April 18, 1947 — April 15, 2017

Victoria “Vicki” Jean Williams, 69, received her Angel wings on April 15, 2017 at her home.

A graveside service will be held Friday, April 21 at 2 p.m. at the Hillside Cemetery.

Vicki was born April 18, 1947 to Victor and Josie Peterson. She attended school in Conrad and graduated with the class of 1965.

Vicki married Lyndon Mollerstrom April 8, 1966 and had three children, Kimberly, Michael and Amy. They later divorced. On March 25, 1977, she married her high school sweetheart Jack Williams and they blended families with his two children, Eddy and Tena.

Vicki worked several jobs including daycare but most remember her at Buttrey Foods and the local IGA. She also dedicated several years on the Pondera County Ambulance as an EMT.

Vicki enjoyed hunting, fishing, sewing, playing cards, bingo, collecting dolls, and suduko puzzles. She had a very green thumb and was a member of the Conrad Garden Club.

She enjoyed visiting with her many friends and taking road trips. Vicki was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need and was an animal lover. Ultimately, she loved her grandchildren.

Vicki had several medical issues over the years but always faced them head on with courage and a Mary Poppins attitude. She was an inspiration to her family and others with her battle with cancer over the past 27 years. She would say, “I don’t have time for this, I have things to do.” She was a very strong person!

Vicki is survived by her three children, Kim (Bob) Brandt of Coos Bay, Ore., Mike Mollerstrom of Billings, and Amy (Tim) Salois of Conrad; step-children Eddy Williams and Tena (Tim) Schofield both of Spokane, Wash.; grandchildren: Tyler (Stefanie), Austin (Kellie) and Landon Brandt; Dustin, Derrek, Jesse, and Jillian Mollerstrom; Justin, Kyleigh and Julia Salois. Step-grandchildren, Alicea (Marcus) Clause-Geston, Kaylee, Misty, and Izah Schofield; her sisters Carol Peterson (Terry Miller), Audrey Banner; four nieces and two nephews, Lori, Jeri, Stacey, Rob, Johnna, and Andrew; and special family Mark Dillman and Julie Dillman Stover; stepmom Nancy Luker; stepmother-in-law Patti Williams; and several beloved friends.

Vicki is preceded in death by her husband Jack; parents Vic and Josie Peterson; and her aunt Mabel Juliuson.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the Conrad Community Cancer Foundation, Pondera Valley Lutheran Church, or Bright Eyes Animal Shelter in Choteau.

You will be greatly missed by your children, grandchildren, family, and friends. We love you.


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