After a courageous battle with cancer, Bartley Biff Williams passed away at the age of 59, at home in Fielding Utah, on March 10th, 2022. Biff was born September 4th, 1962 in Butte Montana to Bartley Edwin and Pamela Keller Burrup Williams. He was the middle child of 5, the only boy, and therefore spoiled. He lived in several areas in Idaho, Wyoming, & Utah throughout his life. After graduating high school in Blackfoot Idaho, he went to learn the construction business with his dad. He was a great carpenter, did quality work, and his OCD side made him want everything perfect. He took great pride in his work. He worked with his dad for many years, doing his part to help build Bart Williams Construction. His sisters have all been lucky enough to have him work on their homes. Biff married Kelli Lynn Day in 1982; they had three hell raising boys and were later divorced. He eventually moved to Malad Idaho where he met and married Jan Gibson and inherited yet another hell raising son. Biff was a one-of-a-kind good man. He was one of those people that you loved to be around and could get along with anyone. He had charisma no matter the crowd or situation. He loved his family and spending time with them. He loved his boys and grandchildren and supported them in all they did. He was their number one fan and loved to cheer them on. He loved fishing and the outdoors. Biff loved to laugh and have fun, he was always in for a practical joke, and was always very protective of his family.
Biff is survived by his wife, Jan, his children; Bartley (Kris) Williams, Jason (Samantha) Williams, Casey Williams, Jeremy (Kristy) Abeyta, his grandchildren; Gavin Reel, Bartley Blaze Williams, Valentine Williams, Jagger Abeyta, Kayson Williams, Ender Williams, Scout Williams, and Skylie Williams, and his sisters; Robyn (Bill) Brewer, Kristy Lamb (Bob), Vicky (Lyn) Hall and Wendy (Russ) Smith. He was preceded in death by his parents and granddaughter, Karlie Ann Williams.
At his request, there will only be a graveside service held at the West Weber Cemetery, 4590 950 N. Ogden, UT 84404, on March 19th, 2022 at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers, please donate to cancer research or any other charity that provides help and comfort to someone else.