Oral Surgeon Dies Suddenly and Unexpectedly at 43 🧁
Bryce Jay Darrell “Doc” Williams died on October 25, 2022, at the age of 43. He lived in Centennial, Colorado.
“It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Dr. Williams.”
No cause of death has been given.
Dr. Bryce Williams was born May 14, 1979, in Provo, Utah. He grew up in Antioch, California, and served a two-year LDS Mission in Thailand.
Williams attended Brigham Young University, earning his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience. While at BYU, he met his wife, Christina Bennett. They were married in 2002 and have three kids: Hudson, Charlotte, and Nolan.
Williams attended dental school at the University of the Pacific in San Francisco, California. After dental school, he completed a four-year Oral and Maxillofacial Residency program at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California. Upon completion of his residency, he worked at a private practice in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Later, he became an assistant professor at the University of Utah in the School of Dentistry.
In 2017, he found his dream job working in private practice as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Centennial, Colorado.
Doctor Williams is survived by his wife, Christina Williams, and their three children: Hudson (16), Charlotte (13) and Nolan (10); his parents: Clark Williams and Jeri Williams; and his siblings: Amy (John) Lore, Hilary (Tyler) Renshaw, and Ryan (Kate) Williams.
Service: A Celebration of Life is planned for Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 1:30 pm at the Deep Space Parker Lounge and Event Center (11020 S Pikes Peak Dr. #50, Parker, CO 80138).
RIP Bryce Jay Darrell Williams (May 14, 1979 – October 25, 2022)
In August 2021, Mormon leaders reiterated a strong statement urging church members to get injected with COVID-19 vaccines.
At least 81% of the population of Colorado has received at least one dose.
Overall, 72% of the state’s population are considered fully vaccinated.
Further, 40% of Colorado’s population have received a booster dose.
Give your COVaxxed loved ones a hug. You don’t know how long they have remaining.
Too late for screaming from the rooftops , they were too busy calling us antivaxxers and tin foil hatters
I’d rather wear a tin hat than a blindfold.