Curtis Williams, Jr.

Curtis  Williams, Jr.

Curtis “Mister Pap” Williams Jr. 53, was born to the Late Mr. Curtis and Henrietta Williams on Tuesday, April 27, 1954 in Welaka, Florida. He entered eternity of Saturday, April 19, 2008 in St. Augustine, Florida. Pap attended school at Crescent City High where he graduated in the class of 1972. He was a very hard working man and was employed at St. Johns Crab House for 21 years. Pap was devoted to his family and was known for helping anyone that he could. He lives on in the hearts of his family, devoted wife, Deborah A. Williams; daughter, Porche, Ida and Latricia Wiggins, Shanora Smith; sons, Rodney Bryant, Keon Williams, Jamal Walker, loving mother in law, Lucille Mayzes, a very honorable step mother, Patricia Bowles; brothers, Robert Williams Meryl ; Kirkland Williams; sisters, Pat McCoy, Tammy, Bridget, Stacy and Jean Bowles, Shirley Gillens; very special friend, James Watson; god brothers, Vincent Wiggins Pat, Lloyd Wiggins, Simone Flynn, Henry Flynn Karen, Marvin Wiggins Florence; god sister, Ethel Whitaker Vincent ; grandkids, Tykira Bryant, Javarion Bryant, Rodney Bryant, III and Tibravian Jackson, special care giver, Natasha Peacock; brothers in law, Jerry Sheila Walker, Albert Walker, Frank Johnson; sisters in law, Yvonne Johnson, Pauline Watson, Theresa Pickett; father in law, L Z Butler Ella; hosts of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, horsemen, Raymond Brady, Charlie Yarborough, and Rudy Chandler. Pap will be dearly missed by his family and by all those of whose lives he touched. Homegoing Service will be Saturday, April 26, 2008, 11:00 A.M. at Church of God by Faith, Welaka, Florida with Pastor Iris Smith and Evangelist Cedric Milton as officiants. Visitation will be Friday, April 25, 2008 from 6-7 P.M. at
Watts Funeral Home, San Mateo, Florida.

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  1. Jencey Faye Brinson says:

    To the family; Our family here in Tampa would like to express our condonlences to the family of Mister. May the Lord give you strength to travel down this hard road. Trust in the Lord and He will give you what you need to make it through this. I have fond memories of Mister. If there is anything that me or my family can do, please let us know. Our cell number is 813-850-1481. Love, Faye. Sheridan and Spud’s mom.

  2. Alease A. Clemons-Stroman says:

    To the Family; The Clemons and Milledge Family would to express of deepest condolences. Curtis was a very kind and loving individual, full of joy and laughter. He was loved by each and every one of us. We will keep him alive in our hearts forever.

    Mr. & Mrs. Andrew R. Stroman Jr.

  3. sheila says:

    during this difficult may god’s love comfort you,give peace for today and hope for tomorrow. mister will be greatly missed he was a kind person he was a great cook ,husband ,loving father and great bother n law and, lil jerry will also miss his cakes and pie but most of all he will miss his uncle mister . you all are in our prayers

  4. angline smallwood says:

    to the family of curtis williams jr. with prayer & love. we will get pass this and always remember our beloved pap and the way he loved others.

  5. Delores Dee Craft says:

    To Deborah and all the family of Curtis: May his memories remain with the Love he left within your heart to help ease your pain and sorrow. Again my deepest sysmpathy, to all your family.
    Delores retired from Welaka Town Hall

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