David Alexander Williams, 60, died November 26th at his home in Jackson, WY. He was born in Beacon, NY September 2, 1948. A graduate of Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake schools, he resided in Glenville, NY until moving to Jackson in 1998. David was a Viet Nam veteran with two citations for bravery. He was a Petty Officer in the Navy on board an ocean-going tug operating off the coast of Viet Nam with a mission of rescue and repair. David had risen in rank faster than any other man in the history of his Division. Jackson well suited David, and his "mountain man" lifestyle. He was an expert skier and he was passionate in his outdoor recreational activities of hunting, fishing, shooting, and dredging for gold. He took pride in his catches, finds, and conquers which he made into jewelry or incorporated into his knives and belt buckles. He had plans to move to Alaska to continue his adventures in living a fulfilled life as a mountain man. He is survived by his parents Alexander and Patricia Williams of Glenville, NY,; his sisters Lizabeth Keehan of Glenville, NY, Barbara Weaver of Schuylerville, NY, and Jessica Weaver of Orange Park, FL; his daughter Rebecca Williams of Casper, WY. Survivors also include grandchildren: Jamel, Jerome David, Cayden, Brodey Lee, and Matthew Jr., and numerous nieces and nephews who loved him dearly. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held by his friends at a later date in combination with a camping trip near Jackson, WY. If you are interested please contact David Thomas and Caren Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.