Ollie Williams

Ollie Williams

Ollie J. Williams, 79, of Little Rock, Ark., began her eternal life on June 10, 2024.

Funeral service will be Saturday, June 22, 2024, 11 a.m., at Greater Paradise Covenant Church, 3023 W. 12th St, Little Rock, Ark. Family visitation will be Friday June 21, 2024, from 5-6:30 p.m. at Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home, 1200 S. Chester St, LR.

8 thoughts on “Ollie Williams”

  • Sincere condolences to the family. I am so very sorry for your loss. May God provide the necessary peace and comfort to your family and friends during this difficult time. Please remember these words of encouragement from the Bible: “Jesus plainly told her: I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.” —John 11:20-25.

  • During my pediatrics residency, Ollie Williams sustained me.–not just me, but plenty of other residents as well. She cared for her colleagues, spoke truth, gave encouragement and delivered love (and the best banana pudding ever created.) She created joy and was one of the finest human beings God ever put here on earth. I was privileged to know her, and be loved by her.

  • My heart and prayers are extended to this AMAZING woman Ollie Jean & her family. She & I go wayyyyyy back as I’m sure many others do. Arkansas Children’s Hospital 3 green is where we met. Her spunkiness, hardworking, tell you like it is and love on you at the same time met up with my need for her support and a friend-mother relationship began. Ollie Jean guided me in so many ways and I am forever grateful to and for her. I know heaven has gained an Angel. Precious lady, you will be missed & forever LOVED ❤️🙏🏽❤️

  • I worked with “Miss Ollie” for several years at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, and I’m so sorry for the loss of such a vibrant lady. She was both caring and bold in her job, and I’m glad I was able to know her.

  • I was a resident at Children’s in the 90s. Ms. Ollie was such a character. She always answered the phone ‘3 green, Ollie’ – so we all called her “3green Ollie” or just ‘Ms. Ollie’ But she had a heart filled with old school love for all of us. She is one of the finest human beings I ever met. Many a hard miserable day was made better through her banana pudding that she was famous for. I have yet to eat better. I have always remembered her kindness and authentic humanity and always will. Blessings and God’s peace to her family and thanks for sharing her with the rest of us.

  • Ms. Ollie made many a hard day brighter during my pediatric residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital . She was sassy and funny and kind, and she cared for us when we needed it. “3Green Ollie” was loved by all who knew her, and we loved her back. She was a great lady and I’m sad to hear of her passing. To her family- she touched many, many lives. My condolences.

  • Ms. Ollie took such great care of all of the residents and staff at Arkansas Children’s Hospital . I will always remember her famous banana pudding that sustained us. She would meet us all post call with a juice and snack to get us going before morning report. I was lucky enough to keep in touch with her after going in to private practice and she would still make me banana puddings on occasion. She made all of us better humans because she was the best human. Fly hi Ms. Ollie. Will miss you being on this earth with us and look forward to seeing you again, Ollie, 3 Green!

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