SALISBURY, Md. - Barbara Floe Williams Nock was born June 7th, 1945 to the Late Alma Floe Williams Overstreet and Williard Nynon Williams at their home in Couch, Missouri, and departed this life on April 24th, 2012 in Salisbury, Maryland at the age of 66 years.
She was united in marriage June 17, 1962 in Couch, Missouri to Don Lee Williams.
She was recently united in marriage to David Roy Nock on April 5th, 2008 in Salisbury, Maryland.
She is survived by her three children, Clayton Lee Williams and his wife Cayce of Glendora, California, Tina Lee Crump and her husband Brent of Couch, Missouri, Cherie Dawn Gilmore and her husband Greg of Delmar, Maryland, three step children, David Nock and his wife Kathy of Michigan, Eric Nock and Michelle Florey of Killeen, Texas of and Angie Elliot of Pittsville, Maryland, 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren, 5 step grandchildren and 6 step great grandchildren, her sisters, Freda Whitten and her husband Joe of Alton, Missouri and Lillie Mae Croney of Myrtle, Missouri, her brother Charles Williams and his wife Bonnie of West Plains, Missouri, sister–in–law Lois Goldman Creve Coeur Missouri, a step bother Charles Overstreet and his wife Ruth of Mcoy, Florida, her sister-in–law Jenny Bradford and her husband Dallas of Pittsville, Maryland, bother-in-laws, Wallace Nock &Bill Nock of Salisbury, Maryland and Charles Thomas Nock of Fort Smith, Arkansas, sister-in-laws Mary Ann Kelly and Betsy Nock of Salisbury, Maryland, and Nellie Foxwell of Salisbury, Maryland and many dear friends, nieces and nephews
She was preceded in death by her parents, and her step dad Bill Overstreet, a great grandchild Tristan, her brother Cleo Williams, brother-in-law Charles Croney, and her second husband David Roy Nock.
Barbara was an excellent mother, loving grandmother and great grandmother. She made friends where ever she went. Her smile was constant. She was a member of the Centerpoint Church of God of Prophecy in Couch, Missouri until her transfer to The Tilghman Road church in Salisbury, Maryland. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. She brought much joy to this life.