In Memory Of Stephanie Leigh Williams

United StatesSeat 46K

  • headshot
  • tombstone
  • baby
  • plaque
  • Header Image

Stephanie Leigh Williams

For Sergeant Eric Jon Williams, family always came first. He was returning home on Christmas leave to see his seriously ill father in Crown Point, New York. Flying with him from Germany were his wife, Bonnie, 21; and his two little girls, Stephanie, one and a half, and Brittany, two months. When Fligh...

View Options

January 18, 1989

Post Star - Obituary for Stephanie Williams

Posted by Foundation Staff


Your story is our history

Give voice to your unique story about how the December 21, 1988, terrorist attack against America impacted your life. Preserve your memories and legacy by helping to create the most extensive curated digital library of personal Pan Am 103 Lockerbie stories for our Historical Archives.

Explore Further

Authors & Artists Explore More

Authors & Artists

Airplane Loading

Aviation Safety & Security

911 Memorial Wall

Community Partners

Flyers Rights

Flyers' Rights vs. Business as Usual

Daily Mail Cover

Historical Archives: Curated Collections


Justice & Accountability

Drew Young Participate

Legacy Story Library

Living Memorial Collage

Living Memorial

Lockerbie Then & Now

Lockerbie: A Lesson in Humanity

Arlington Cemetery Memorial Cairn

Memorial Sites & Monuments

Pan Am Employees card 31st Anniversary

Pan Am Employees

Memorial Cairn Dedication

Remembrance Programs & Publications

Syracuse University Campus

Syracuse University

Nose Cone Pan Am Flight 103

The Attack

Group of Young Volunteers