Steve and Pattye Williams are the owners of Johnson-Williams Funeral Home and have been with the firm since 1980. Steve is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin and Northwest Mississippi School of Mortuary Science. Steve is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Pattye is a graduate of the University Of Tennessee at Martin and the University Of Memphis. Pattye is a licensed funeral director. Steve and Pattye are the parents of Patrick and Steven Williams. They have two grandsons, Benjamin Miller Williams and Owen Johnson Williams. Steve and Pattye are both very active in the community serving on various committees and boards. They are members of the Newbern First United Methodist Church.
Patrick S. Williams
Patrick has been involved in the family business his entire life. Patrick is a graduate of Dyer County High School and the University of Tennessee at Martin, where he received a degree in Business Administration majoring in Management and Marketing. He attended John A. Gupton School of Mortuary Science in Nashville, TN where he received his degree in Mortuary Science. Patrick is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He is married to Danielle Williams. They are the parents of two sons, Benjamin Miller Williams and Owen Johnson Williams. Patrick is very active in community events and serves on various boards and committees. In 2010 he was named by the Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce as their "Emerging Leader." The Williams attend the Newbern First United Methodist Church.
Dr. Steven N. Williams
Steven has been involved with the family business his entire life. Steven is the technical officer for Johnson-Williams Funeral Home. He is a graduate of Dyer County High School and Vanderbilt University. Steven graduated Medical School in May, 2013 and is currently a hospitalist with Jackson Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, Tennessee.
Jack Jones is a resident of Newbern, Tennessee. He joined the staff of Johnson-Williams Funeral Home in March, 2014 as maintenence supervisor. He is the father of Blake Jones, Chase Jones and Presley Jones. He attends Newbern First United Methodist Church in Newbern, Tennessee.
Amy Maxey started with Johnson-Williams Funeral Home in 2021. She is a lifelong resident of Dyer County. Amy is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, majoring in History and Political Science. She attends Newbern First United Methodist Church in Newbern, Tennessee.
James "Bubba" Morton a native of Obion County before marrying Stephaine Wright and moving to Newbern, Tennessee. He is father to Ben (Katie) Peevyhouse and Emily Morton and has two grandchildren Stockton and Stetson Peevyhouse. Bubba is retired from Gibson Electric as a crew leader for 42 years. He joined Johnson-Williams Funeral Home in 2021. Bubba also a member of Newbern First Baptist Church and Dyer County Disaster Relief Team.