Elaine Williams was born April 13, 1925 in Hickman, Nebraska to Al and Myrtle Kuster. She grew up in and graduated from Hickman High School there. Elaine married Norman Williams August 7, 1947 in Hickman. She worked for the federal government taking time off to raise her children. She returned to work at the Veteran’s Hospital in Fargo where she worked for a number of years. Elaine attended Minnesota State University, Moorhead where she earned a bachelor’s degree. Elaine spent may hours working with her son, Curtis Williams,  at Lifetime Antiques in Fargo.

She is survived by her son David, Fargo, sister-in-law Phyllis Kuster Hickman, brother, Dale (Gladys) Kuster, Omaha, NE, and daughter-in-law Deb Williams, Fargo. She was preceded in death by her husband and son Curtis.

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  1. Fargo ND
    To Elaine’s family we send our sympathy.
    I have fond memories of Elaine in years past as would pick her up for our biweekly bridge games. She was a good bridge player and cook as we enjoyed many luncheons at her home.
    Sorry to have not been home to attend the funeral at First Presbyterian where we also had a connection.
    Our best to all of you.

  2. I was very sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing. She was a very kind woman and I enjoyed socializing and playing bridge with her many years ago. Condolences to the family of Elaine.

  3. Fairmont NebraskaWe wish to extend our deepest sympathy to you, David and Deb. As Norman’s niece, I was a flower girl in their wedding.

  4. Port Charlotte, FlSadly we mourn the passing of our good friend and neighbor, Elaine Williams. As I am in my winter residence and unable to attend her services, you have my very deepest sympathy! Many were the time our families shared activities and I recall time at the lakes together in distant times. My wife and Elaine were very close and she will be sadly missed. Richard

  5. Omaha Nebraska 68144 Sorry to hear of Elaines passing. We had many great times with her. I remember when I was 4years old,I would wait at the end of our driveway for her to come home from school. She was my best friend.

    Dale @ Gladys Kuster;

  6. Fargo ND

    To Elaine’s family we send our sympathy.
    I have fond memories of Elaine in years past as would pick her up for our biweekly bridge games. She was a good bridge player and cook as we enjoyed many luncheons at her home.
    Sorry to have not been home to attend the funeral at First Presbyterian where we also had a connection.
    Our best to all of you.;

  7. I was very sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing. She was a very kind woman and I enjoyed socializing and playing bridge with her many years ago. Condolences to the family of Elaine.;

  8. Fairmont NebraskaWe wish to extend our deepest sympathy to you, David and Deb. As Norman’s niece, I was a flower girl in their wedding.;

  9. Port Charlotte, FlSadly we mourn the passing of our good friend and neighbor, Elaine Williams. As I am in my winter residence and unable to attend her services, you have my very deepest sympathy! Many were the time our families shared activities and I recall time at the lakes together in distant times. My wife and Elaine were very close and she will be sadly missed. Richard ;

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