Obituary: David Lee McLain-Williams, 24, of Scottville.

March 6, 2021

Obituary: David Lee McLain-Williams, 24, of Scottville.

David Lee McLain-Williams passed away Monday, March 1, 2021, along with his fiancé Ashley Plotts and unborn child David Jr. He was born on September 18, 1996 in Ludington, the son of Racheal McLain and David Williams and graduated from White Cloud High School after attending Mason County Central Schools.

David was a much loved person who enjoyed spending time with Ashley, his family, and his many friends, which also included his beloved dog Harley. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and two-tracking and with a very generous heart, would give everything he had to help anyone he could. After high school he started work as a construction roofer and recently was venturing out, learning the skill of laying concrete.

David will be greatly missed by his parents, Racheal McLain and David (Kristi) Williams; sisters, Kaytlyn Bailey (Jon), Michelle Granada, Rayanne McLain (niece Alice), Harmony McLain and Sabrina McLain; brothers, Aidan Hilliker, Christian Hilliker, Noah Williams, Skyler McLain (Miranda), Avery Spears, Bentley McLain and Sebastian McLain. He will also be missed by his aunts, Frankie and Patricia Williams, Shawndra Lloyd and Lisa Zwerk; uncles, DJ Williams, David Lloyd, Gordon Zwerk and Ricki Luttrell; grandpa Lawrence McLain; great-grandma Darlene Gannon; cousins Sofia, Isaac, Jadyn and Nicholas, Roger, Nicole, Elizabeth and Ryker; and his dog Harley.

David was followed in death by his fiancé Ashley Plotts and unborn son David Jr.; and preceded in death by his grandma Joanna Williams, grandpa David Williams, grandma Nancy Gannon-McLain, great-grandparents Milton and Elizabeth McLain; and great-grandpa Hugh Gannon.

A ceremony to celebrate David’s life will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10 at Mason County Reformed Church, 45 S. Amber Road, Amber Township (Scottville).  Those who wish to assist his family with expenses, please visit to contribute.  You may also visit David’s memory page at to leave a memory of tribute of David for his family, or to light a candle in his memory.

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