Louise Grasso Williams was born in Philadelphia, PA on April 25, 1931. She entered Heaven’s gates on March 6, 2016. She was our darling mother, friend, and sister.Louise was a dynamic, strong, passionate, fashionable, bright, fun-loving, elegant woman who lived her life to the fullest. A loving, social mother and homemaker, Louise was an excellent cook and enjoyed hosting stylish gatherings for her friends and family. She had a talent for poetry and for painting, both of which occupied her into the last years of her life, and was a rigorous traveler, visiting Italy on several occasions and even going on a church pilgrimage to the Holy Land. She was also a fan of sports; cheering faithfully with her husband, Lloyd, for the Washington Redskins, or whatever team her children happened to be playing on. She enjoyed a long, successful career as Human Resources Director for Veda Incorporated, a government contracting firm in Alexandria, VA, a job she truly loved and valued. After retiring, she and Lloyd moved to South Carolina, where they enjoyed a beautiful two years, until her dear husband passed away in 2003. She then settled in Cary, NC near her eldest daughter, Lynda. She had a blessed and lovely life residing here full of new, dear friends and exciting adventures.Louise had a strong faith in God from an early age, and even considered becoming a nun in her younger years. She was a member of Saint Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Cary, NC. Over the years, she had become very involved with the church, and assisted with numerous fundraising and volunteer events, including Breakfast with Santa (hosted by Heritage Pines) and Transitions Life Care Hospice. She also served as a Eucharistic Minister.Louise joins her loving, faithful husband, Lloyd George Williams, Jr. of 48 years in Glory. She was also predeceased by her younger sister, Jeannette Pergolini. Louise is survived by her older brother, Michael Grasso and wife Lonnie, daughter Lynda Brookwell and her husband, Denny, daughter Lisa Sraders and her husband Andis, and son Lloyd George III. She is also survived by nine grandchildren; Morgan Heilmann, Cameron Brookwell, Ellen Sraders , Anne Sraders, Spencer Williams, Danielle Williams, Allyson Williams, Nicole Williams, and Lloyd George Williams IV. Her family would like to thank all of her neighborhood friends and church family for their love and constant care for Louise, and are so grateful for the precious, loving care of Angela Cole and Vickie Easterling , her hospice caregivers. A funeral Mass celebrating her life will be held Friday, April 8, 2016 at 1:00 PM at St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church 804 High House Road Cary, NC 27513, with a Celebration gathering at the Clubhouse in Heritage Pines, 2000 Heritage Pines Drive Cary, NC 27519 at 5pm. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations be made to Transitions Life Care, 250 Hospice Circle Raleigh, NC 27607.