Margaret “Meg” (Cannon) Williams - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Margaret “Meg” (Cannon) Williams

February 8, 1929 - June 16, 2022

Margaret “Meg” (Cannon) Williams, age 93, passed away peacefully on, Thursday, June 16, 2022.

Born in Oakland, CA, on February 8, 1929, she was a daughter of the late Cornelius and Mary (Hernon) Cannon.

Meg attended school at Mt. Saint Mary on the Hudson, she received her Bachelor’s Degree from Villanova University, and went on to Kanas State University where she received her Master’s Degree. She lovingly and compassionately taught school for 60 years, 40 years teaching kindergarten through the 12th grade and 20 years teaching for the United States Army at the United States Corp of Engineers School and the Command and General Staff College. Meg earned the Master Instructor’s Certificate while at the engineer school. In her leisure time, she loved to read, crochet, and paint ceramics. She enjoyed being at the beach and attending functions at the MOT Senior Center.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved husband, William E. Williams; and siblings, Mary, Anne, Kathleen, and John. Meg is survived by her loving daughter, Margaret “Meg” Myers (Michael), and many nieces and nephews.

All services will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Meg’s memory may be may to the Disabled American Veterans, 1722 I Street, NW, #210, Washington, DC 20421 or to the Graymoor Center, 1350 US-9, Garrison, NY 10524.


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12 Condolences for Margaret “Meg” (Cannon) Williams

  • Such a nice and lovely lady, she will be missed and may the family know that she left a foot print of life in this world with everyone who she taught and who she touched with her charm..

  • It was my privilege to come to know the Meg and to listen to all her stories of her past any events she left she was a very interesting woman to listen to and could listen to her for hours. Her kindness overflowed towards people and she was always a caring and supportive to everyone she will be totally missed and always in my thoughts she was Meg’s mom but I called her mom to mayAngels carry you to heaven and be with the Lord.

  • To Mr&Mrs Meyer
    I’m sorry to hear that your mom passed but please be encouraged that she is in the hands of Christ Jesus who does all things well. God be with you hence now and forever more. Peace ✌🏾

  • I always enjoyed your Mom at the Sr Ctr. She had a beautiful smile always happy never complained
    She enjoyed playing BINGO & being around people. She will be missed by all 😪😪😪

  • Meg, I am very sorry for your loss. Your mom was a very nice person. My mom always enjoyed her company at the family parties. She is at peace now and in a better place.

  • Meg and Mike, I’m so very sorry to hear of Margaret’s passing. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Margaret (Mommy), was a very sweet, and kind woman, I enjoyed seeing her, and chatting at the family parties. She is now at Peace, in our most beautiful Heaven above!! 😇🙏💖

  • Meg and Mike, I’m so sorry to hear about your moms passing. Please know you’re in our thoughts! She was a sweet woman! Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

  • Meg and Mike I am sorry for your loss. She is now in heaven enjoying life. Hugs to both

  • Oh my, one of God’s angels she was, just as sweet as flowers. I was fortunate to have met her and spent time talking, she was a lady who had a lot of class and warm love in her heart. She shared so much with others during her teaching years.
    Her smile was so pretty and memorable. Meg and Mike…keep your memories close to your heart.

  • Meg – our deepest condolences to you. She was a wise, kind and compassionate woman. May she rest well and be free from any physical concerns or distress ….

  • I am very 😞sorry..I will keep you in my prayers..we can only keep living with good memories..until we see them again .

  • Aunt Margo was a wonderful person, we’ll miss her immensely. She was great to us all our lives but she was so incredibly compassionate chatting with my elderly Dad every weekend… talking my mother through her dementia… telling my dying Dad what he meant to her… and being there for me with such understanding about how I was feeling after losing my dad and then my mom getting sick one right after the other. It was an unexpected blessing to be able to talk more with her one on one the last two years, and her continuing consolation was the most valuable I received in helping me get past my own grief. Thank you Aunt Margo, we love you, and we will miss you, and please save me a seat at the party table when my time comes!