Fred Williams Jr.

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Fred Williams, Jr. was born August 12, 1951, in Marianna, Arkansas to the late Fred and Areather Williams.

The Williams Family later relocated to Chicago IL, where he received his formal education.

Fred accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior at an early age and was baptized into the Christian faith uniting with Holy Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church of Chicago IL.

Fred later received his GED. He was united in marriage to Linda Jones.

On September 23, 2012, Fred united with Broadview Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Retired Pastor Marvin G. Parker. He was a faithful Sunday School student and exercised his gift of safe driving as a member of the Transportation Ministry.

Fred was employed by various companies until he landed a job that he enjoyed for many years at Precision Accounting.

Fred was gentle, slow to anger, and a heartfelt person. He cared about his family, calling them early, early morning or late night to check on them or just hear their voice. He would say, talking loudly, “Hey…this is Fred, how are you doing? Just checking. I feel blessed, He woke me up this morning. God is good.”

Fred is also preceded in death by his twin brothers, Jerome and Jeffery Williams; Auntie, Mattie Bell Smith; grandson, Damario Parks; two nephews, Demone Walker and Michael Williams; two brothers-in-law, Lonnie Wells and Alvin McDaniel.

He leaves to cherish his memory: two daughters, Kolandra Parks and Tekla (Keyon Brown) Mitchell; son, Jeremy Jones; eight sisters, Juanita Wells, Mandy Moore, Mattie Knight, Dianah (James) Richmond, Sarah (Maurice, Sr.) Thompson, Mary L. McDaniels, Mary Jane Prichett, and Minethel (Petronus, Sr.) McGraw; three brothers, Willie (Beverly) Moore, Johnnie Williams, and Phillip (Arlette) Williams; nine grandchildren, Keith, Daniko, and Qualin Parks, Keshana Grisby, Joniya Wilis, Jocelyn, Jeriyauna, Jeremiah and Jeric Jones; two great granddaughters, a host of nieces, nephews and friends.


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