Beverly M. Williams of Teaticket died February 2 at the McCarthy Care Center in East Sandwich, after a brief battle with cancer. She was 75.

Born and raised in Teaticket, she was the daughter of the late George D. and Sylvia M. (Moniz) Sylvia.

She was a graduate of Lawrence High School and Cape Cod Community College, where she earned an associate’s degree in business.

Although she met Raymond J. Williams Jr. during high school, it was while she was a college student that she fell in love with him while attending an outdoor summer dance. They would go on to share 51 years of marriage.

Ms. Williams began her working career as an administrative assistant for the superintendent of Falmouth Public Schools. She then worked nights at Woods Hole Steamship Authority and would later join Falmouth Medical Associates as a billing coder and remain in that position for more than 30 years.

An active member of the LHS Class of 1963, she served as president of the reunion committee and organized multiple reunions over the years.

Ms. Williams was a member of a sewing group and a knitting club and tended to a garden each summer.

In addition to her husband, she leaves three children, Craig C. Williams of Acushnet, Rebecca L. Williams of East Falmouth and Kerry A. Wells, also of East Falmouth; three grandchildren; and other family.

She was preceded in death by her younger sister, Sharon L. Shoner.

A funeral Mass will be said on Tuesday, February 16, at 11 AM at St. Anthony’s Church, 167 East Falmouth Highway.

Burial will be at Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.

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