LeRoy was a faithful member of Bokchito Methodist Church, Idabel. He served during the Korean War and was honorably discharged as a Sgt. with Company G. 180th Infantry. LeRoy worked for the U. S. Public Health Service and Choctaw Health Clinic for many years before retiring. He enjoyed spending time with his fox hounds and fox hunting buddies.LeRoy entered the gates of heaven and there waiting for him were his parents,Tobias and Rosa Williston, one daughter Kimberly Qualls; brothers John, Silas, James and William; niece, Charlene Harley, Kirby, Bobby Joe, Jimmy C and Larsen and his hunting buddies. What a reunion!Leroy is survived by the love of his life and the mother of his children, Barbara Mitchell, of the home; two sons and daughters-in-law, Darrell and Darla Williston, Garvin, Russell and Lagena Williston, Idabel; four daughters and two sons-in-law, Peggy and Brooke Williston, Idabel, Angela and Ricky Pierce, Haworth and Debra and Chico Aguirre, Wright City; grandsons, Brad and Shanona Williston, Jason and Samantha Qualls, Patrick and Carolyn Williston, Cody and Ashley Williston, Dakota and Tyler Williston and Delawrence Ellis; granddaughters, Ashley and Wesley Johnson, Nina Pierce, Santana Aguirre, Jessica Qualls, Candace Qualls, Addie Jean Pierce, Misty Flowers, Tammy Houston and Shaylie Canant; great-grandchildren, Dawson and Blakley Williston, Jordan and Jayleen Qualls, Kendall and Sierrra Flowers, Sarah Beavers, Tanner Drew Johnson, Scott Houston, Stoney and Kagann Williston, Joshlynn Long, Brodie and Taten Qualls; sisters and brother-in-law, Effielene and Roy Harley, Alline Johnson, Virginia and Ben Franklin, Esterleeen Anderson, Martha and Stella Williston; three brothers and one sister-in-law, Ben and Hazel Williston, Angus and Kenneth Williston; three sisters-in-law, Helen, Ruthie and Mary Williston; daughter-in-law, Alene Williston; special niece, Vanessa Ardese; brother-in-law, Douglas Burke; sisters-in-law, Pat and Curtis Stafford, Helen and Rusty Allen; many nieces, nephews, a special friend Lawrence Jackson that took LeRoy for rides and coffee at the Gemini and a host of other friends. \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of LeRoy D. Williston, please visit our floral store.