Carrie Ann Williams

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Carrie Ann Williams


Carrie Ann Williams born in 1974, peacefully passed in her home in Englewood Colorado, March 14, 2014. She was the youngest of four children, a welcome and adored surprise to the family. Her first nine years were spent exploring Trinidad CO, which she always considered her hometown and had her fondest childhood memories. She is survived by her husband Brad Williams, parents Garland & JoAnn Davis, Siblings Kenny, Gary, and Teri, Niece Quiana, Nephews Alex, Adam, Nicholas, Jaelin, and Chris.  She also left behind many dear friends, extended family and her church family. 

Carrie was a thoughtful caring, sweet, inquisitive woman with a strong will to live life to the fullest.  She had a big heart with a passion to help others.  She had an undeniable faith and close relationship with God, and loved to volunteer her time to Englewood Bible Church.  Her dedication to helping others and share her love for animals led her to quit her job and volunteer at Freedom Service Dogs.  The Wild Animal Sanctuary was a new discovery this last year where she loved to take friends and family.

She was head strong and was determined to accomplish every task she put her mind too.  Carrie loved animals of all kinds, the outdoors, traveling, spending time with loved ones and taking pictures of it all.  Some of her favorite things are the Ocean, her beloved pets Maya and Wiley, Bible study, arts and crafts, dining with friends and family and trying new things.  She loved spontaneous weekend getaways to the mountains and appreciated simple things like her pajamas, slippers, morning coffee and the sunshine.  She had a way about her to capture ordinary moments and make them beautiful. 

Carrie’s life was cut too short and she will be dearly missed forever.  Her mind, soul, and relationships were strengthened throughout her 6 ½ year battle with cancer.  She would want us not to live in regret or sadness and to simply live life, appreciate time with loved ones, patience in all things, respect and value life, and above all to have a relationship with our Savior.


For those who wish to donate to Carrie’s favorite organizations:


 Englewood Bible Church

The Wild Animal Sanctuary

National Brain Tumor Society

Freedom Service Dogs

Wounded Warrior Project

World Vision

Global Connection International


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  1. Brad, Garland, JoAnn, Kenny, Gary and Teri,

    All of you are in our thoughts and prayers as you celebrate Carrie's life here on earth.  We all know that she is now in the arms of our Lord and He is taking care of her now.

    We love all of you so much and feel your pain, but as you told me JoAnn, Carrie wanted tears of joy and not tears of sorrow, so our tears will be of joy.  You have been an extended family to us since 1975, and Carrie was just a baby.  You will always be a part of our family.  Love, Carol & Jerry

  2. She was a beautiful woman with a beautiful soul.  Remember all of the good times she shared with you.  Remember how her eyes glistened when she smiled.  You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Gary and family,

    So sorry for your loss.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care.

    The Hammitts, John. Pam and Quinton

  4. To Brad and family members,

    Know in your heart that Carrie "is" so loved and precious in His sight.

    We have been very blessed to know her during the recent years and will cherish her memory.

    The Bays

  5. to the Davis and Williams family,

    Words can't describe how sorry I am for your loss.I have alot of beautiful memories with Carrie she always made me laugh with her easy go lucky personality.Even though we were in different states she was always with me in my heart my best times were spent with her either hanging out on Marthas Vinyard or at her aunts house up in the mountains.My heart breaks for everyone who knew Carrie and for Brad who is the most wonderful husband.I will deeply miss her friendship!


  6. We are deeply saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Karen and Basil Skordinski

  7. We are the parents of Allison Bramer Sharpe, one of Carrie's friends since Middle School.  Carrie had a beautiful sweetness and gentle light in her face always.  We are heart-broken at the passing of Carrie and the loss to her husband, parents, family and friends.  We know that peace will come to all who knew her in the knowledge that Carrie is now with the One who made her and loves her, with a love that is beyond all understanding. Love you, Carrie…always and forever.

  8. Dear Ones,  We were so blessed to have known Carrie all these years.  She taught us many lessons…..enjoy the sunshine……..our pets……..each other…a gentle breeze………..and HOW to be brave.

    We know she is watching over all of us   …and saying …DO NOT CRY…remember me with a laugh  !!

    Ken & I were blessed to have been a tiny part of Carrie & Brad's fun trip..beginning in Trinidad……We will always hold close in our hearts…theit  smiles and laughter as they boarded the train………..Then to have you all here …with us……….to get her vehicle back…spend the eveining with us…………..Have Carrie show us pictures from their wonderful trip…………Laugh  at Garland and Brad shooting the mini fake pumpkins back and forth at each other across the table……….Hear our wonderful Carrie ………….giggle……

    She conquered…………..she was unique………God's gift to each of us…..Love to each of you…………and a kiss and hug on the breeze to our Champion……Carrie…………..Ken and Kay Bloch

  9. Dear Teri and Family,

    Please except our condolences for the passing of Carrie. She was an exceptional person indeed… but that does not surprise me… her whole family are very down to earth and kind. Teri we are so blessed to have you in our lives for many years and I know you will miss your sister terribly…but know she is in a very loving place and took all the love your family gave her to her new home. Although she was taken too soon, Thank God for lending her to all for as long as he did. He must have needed her back! 🙂

    much love

    Barb and Sam

  10. I am so sorry for your loss and I am sending warm thoughts and love during this difficult time.

    Mahala Evans

  11. To Brad: I can't tell you how happy I am that you and Carrie met. You brought such light and strength to a very difficult time in her life. You are an amazing man Brad. I know how much you love her. I am so very sorry for your loss.

    To Garland, JoAnn, Teri, Gary, and Kenny: I am deeply sorry for the loss of such a graceful woman both in stature and nature. Thinking about my time spent growing up with Carrie and being a part of your family brings back memories of some of the best times in my life.

    I know we will all be forever connected through Carrie.

  12. Williams Family,

    Please accept our deepest sympathy and prayers for the loss of your wife, daughter and daugther-in-law.

    Friends of Ernie and Ann Williams.


    Bruce and Maggie Edwards

    Tucson, AZ

  13. Aunt JoAnn, Uncle Garland, Kenny, Gary, Teri and Brad,

    It's hard to type this through the tears and I know that Carrie would not want me to be sad. I can hear her voice telling me that it's ok. It breaks my heart to know that she is no longer here with us.  It breaks my heart that she is gone.  We always looked forward to having you all come "home" to NC. I enjoyed waking up to coffee and breakfast at our house,sitting on the porch laughing and talking. I wish that we could have done that more often and I wish that I could have hugged her longer before we said goodbye that last time. We just never know when our last goodbye will be. We will remember all the wonderful times that we had with Carrie and try our best to live life as she did. What an inspiration! I know that she touched so many lives with her caring ways and gracious heart.

    Carrie, my dear cousin, I will keep you forever in my heart and remember the fun times that we had together. I will take more trips to the beach to write your name in the sand, I will visit the mountains and pick wild flowers alongside the road, I will do things for others and I will live life to the fullest just as I know you did. I will never forget you and I will always love you.

    I love you all and wish that we could be there with you. I pray the Lord will bring comfort to your hearts and wrap you in His care.



  14. Dear Brad and Family,

    Words cannot express the grief and feelings that you all must be experiencing right now. I have been praying for you all and I will continue to pray for understanding and peace.

    I was given the pleasure of meeting Carrie on a few different occassions. She was a very beautiful person inside and out, and I am very grateful that she blessed your lives. She will be missed.

    Please take care, and let me know if I can help out in any way possible.


    Regina Fetterolf

  15. Dear Davis Family,

    I just found out about Carrie's passing today.  I am heartbroken and shocked.  I haven't seen or talked to Carrie since November 1995.  Carrie was my first love and I hold a special place for her in my heart.

    That is a beautiful picture of her on this website along with a beautifully written piece.  I am so glad to hear that she turned out even more amazing than she was.

    You all are a wonderful family and were so good to me.  I have tears streaming down my face as I'm writing this.  I offer my prayers, good thoughts, and condolences.  I have great memories of Carrie and you all!

    Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help during this difficult time.

    Love always…Brent Liebchen

  16. I was fortunate to meet Carrie in high school. She dated my best friend Brent Liebchen for a while and her friend Kara Servold dated another friend. I got to know her pretty well. She was always very kind and thoughtful. She was a fierce friend and loved her family very much. I look back on the times we all spent together so fondly and feel bless to have those wonderful memories. My sincerest condolences to all her family and friends.

  17. To both the Davis and Williams Family,

    I haven't stopped thinking about your loss of Carrie and what a great friendship we had so long ago.  

    The service was very nice and I am so glad I got to attend and see people that I hadn't seen in such a long time.  

    My take away along with the many memories and moments that were generated happy thoughts of, is to definitely slow down and enjoy the little things in life.  

    Hugs to all of you as you mourn such a beautiful girl who will remain in our hearts always.

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