KILMARNOCK—Yvonne Kay Hynes Williams, 83, of Kilmarnock died December 6, 2019, in Roswell, Ga.
She was born in Battle Creek, Mich., on July 4, 1936, to the late Vonta D. and Kenneth A. Hynes.
She was predeceased by her husband, Richard Kennon Williams, M.D., in 2004; and by her brother, Kent W. Hynes of Battle Creek.
She is survived by her daughter, Marla A. Payton; son-in-law, Glen Payton; grandsons Logan Ichnoski and John Ichnoski (Linsey); bonus daughter, Melanie McKoy; and granddaughter, Nan Payton.
Other surviving family members include Dr. Elizabeth K. Williams of Batesville and R. Kennon Williams Jr. of Charlottesville; and grandchildren, Leo Williams, Esme Williams and Claire H. Skinner.
Another bonus daughter, Anna S. Williams Allison of Boston, Mass., perished on American Airlines Flight 11 on 9/11/01 in New York City.
Yvonne was employed by the former Derieux Baker Thompson & Whitt (now Deloitte) in Richmond and retired after 32 years. After moving to Kilmarnock with her husband in 1993, she managed his ophthalmology office for seven years until his retirement in 2002.
She was a former member of the Northern Neck Medical Alliance in Kilmarnock. She enjoyed volunteering for the Northern Neck-Middlesex Free Health Clinic in Kilmarnock for 20 years, as well as serving on the board of the Interfaith Service Council and was director of the Interfaith Warehouse for nine years.
A celebration of Yvonne’s life will be held from 5-7 p.m. Monday, December 16, at The Orchards at Crabapple, 4499 Orchard Trace, Roswell, Ga. Yvonne will be interred at 2 p.m. Friday, December 20, alongside her husband, Richard Williams, at Hollywood Cemetery, 412 South Cherry Street, Richmond, followed by a life celebration from 5-7 p.m. Friday December 20, at The Commonwealth Club, 401 West Franklin Street, Richmond.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Northern Neck Free Health Clinic, PO Box 1694, Kilmarnock, VA 22482, or Interfaith Service Council, PO Box 868, Kilmarnock, VA 22482.
Northside Chapel Funeral Directors & Crematory of Roswell handled the arrangements.