Fred Lee Williams Jr

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Fred Lee Williams Jr. was born February 8, 1961 in Adel, Georgia to Fred Lee Williams Sr. and Georgia Ruth Griffith Williams. They both preceded him in death. He was called home on August 6, 2019 at his home.
He attended Cook County Schools and worked for 32 years at Nashville Mills before retiring on 2010.
He was preceded in death by his sister, Sarah Williams Harris, a brother, Cass Williams, and a niece, Savannah Montgomery.
He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife of 19 years, Annie Reliford Williams, Valdosta, GA. His sons, Bernard(Nicole) Williams, of Little Rock, Arkansas, Stephon Baker, of Columbus, GA. Daughters, Tosha (Donald) Melvin of Valdosta, GA, Felicia (Yochana Solomon) Israel, of Atlanta, GA. Step daughter, Christie (Scott) Rogers of Kansas City, Kansas. Granchildren, Nicholas (Bree) Morris, Valdosta, GA, Jordan Williams, Timothy Williams, Ta'Niyah Williams, all of Little Rock, Arkansas, Stphon Jacobs Jr, Ja'Niya Jacobs, Janae Lockett, all of Columbus, GA, Kami and Naavah Israel of Atlanta, GA, and Donnema Melvin of Valdosta, GA. Step Grandchildren, Taylor Rogers and Nick Rogers, Kansas City, Arkansas. Great granddaughter, Mela Morris of Valdosta, GA.
Brothers, Gathen (Carol) Anderson, Adel, GA, Gary (Barbara) Williams, Sparks, GA, Dewayne (Shambley) Mims, Sparks, GA and Demetrius (Tonya) Holmes of Cedartown, GA. Sisters Cora Sims and Eunice Lenoir of Sparks, GA and Niya (Antwan) Carter of Dalton, GA. And many nephews, great nephews and great nephews, many nieces, great nieces, great great nieces, and many friends, co workers, and caring neighbors.
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Published on August 13, 2019
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