Debbie Williams was born and raised in Ogden, Utah, but was pretty sure she did not want to live here when she grew up. She wanted a bigger city with more excitement and activities. She married Brent right after graduation from high school and got a job to support her new husband through school. Upon graduation, Brent and Debbie moved to Provo, where Debbie worked at and attended Brigham Young University. She loved Provo and BYU, but Brent surprised her when he got transferred to Rock Springs, Wyoming, another small town. Debbie worked for a defense attorney and made a lot of very unusual new friends. After nine long, long months, Brent was accepted to the University of Utah Medical School, and they took up residency in Salt Lake City. Debbie continued to work and also attended some classes at the U, loving every minute and enjoying the big city!
Four years later, Brent graduated, and they were accepted to a residency program back in Ogden. They wanted to start their family, so Debbie quit full-time work and became a mom; however, she missed the association with adults and the challenges of work, so she began volunteering for non-profits and working on her own terms. She served on several boards, including the American Medical Association Alliance, McKay-Dee Hospital Women’s Center, Child Abuse Prevention Center, Christmas Village, Junior League of Ogden, Weber County Medical Society Alliance, Utah Medical Society Alliance, PTAs, and numerous church callings. Debbie continues to be involved in many volunteer capacities, including Wasatch International Adoption Agency and NuHope Suicide Prevention. She is involved in politically serving with the Weber County Republican Women and believes that if you want change, you must put in your time. Debbie is also very involved in the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce, where she was recently nominated as the Volunteer of the Year. Today, she credits most of what she has learned in her volunteer experiences for helping her know how to run a business. She learned marketing, finance, people skills, and how to pull off a great event. Debbie graduated from Weber State University with a BIS in Communication, Psychology, and Nutrition. Debbie has four wonderful children who have four wonderful spouses and is the proud grandmother of 12. They all live around Ogden, and Debbie wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
A little over a decade ago, Brent and Debbie opened TimeLess Medical Spa & Weight Loss Clinic. They felt it would be a great way to keep busy and involved after Brent retired. Debbie’s dream job was to counsel people on how to lose weight and live a healthy life, and the clinic provided her that opportunity. They have a full service medical spa overseen by Brent Williams, MD. You can tell that TimeLess Medical Spa is run with care and love because the staff is kind and helpful. The atmosphere is welcoming and calming, which makes TimeLess a great place to create your own TimeLess look.