Rep. Deleta Williams' Bio
REP. DELETA WILLIAMS
Rep. Deleta Parmley Williams, a Democrat, represents part of Johnson
County (District 121) in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Rep. Williams is a real estate broker and served as the Johnson
County Tax Collector from 1975-1993.
Rep. Williams is co-coordinator of the student legislative program
and president of the Women Legislators of Missouri. She is a member
of the RLDS Church, Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, Whiteman
Air Force Base Community Council, Citizens for a Drug-Free Environment
Inc., Business and Professional Women's Club, AAUW, Phi Kappa
Phi, Rotary Club and board of directors for UMB-Warrensburg. Rep.
Williams is a member of the Missouri Democratic State Committee
and past president of both the Women's Democratic Club of Johnson
County and Fourth District Women's Democratic Club. She also
was a delegate to the National Democratic Convention in 1988.
A 1953 graduate of Warrensburg High School, Rep. Williams received
a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Central
Missouri State University in 1984.
Born August 21, 1935, in Caraway, Arkansas, Rep. Williams currently
resides in Warrensburg with her husband Ernest. She has two sons,
David and Drew Parmley and two grandchildren: Gretchen and Jacob.