Franklin E. Williams, Sr.
I'm so sorry to hear of Franklin's passing. I have many good memories of him going as far back as the drug store days.
He was a good man and will be sorely missed.
Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Jan Morgan Howard
You, Mr. Williams and Kathe welcomed me to your home several years ago while taking a trip with Tricia. I remember your kindness and what a wonderful family you all were. I'm truly sorry for your loss.
I am thinking about the entire Williams family during this difficult time. I have so many fond memories of Mr. Williams, "Irving" as David always called him, growing up. Your entire family has always been very special to me. I am praying for peace and for comfort for your entire family. He will be missed.
Dear Marilyn, Kathy and Frank,
Jack and I extend our heartfelt sympathy to you and to the entire Williams family.We will cherish the many memories that have been created for almost 60 years..The Cassara and the Williams families are forever linked.
You are in our thoughts..
Jack and Sandee Woolley
Aunt Marilyn, Kathe, Frank, Jr.... Linda and I express our deepest condolences at Franklin's passing.
In 1967 I meet one of the kindest, funniest, gentlest, lovingest, and considerate man in the world. He was the first relative I met after I married Linda. He shook my hand, offered a welcome into the Williams clan, and told me I was in for an interesting life. Boy was he RIGHT! For the past 46 years I respected, joked, laughed, partied with Franklin. I enjoyed being with him, Marilyn, Kathe and Frank Jr. There are many many fond, cherished, funny, and exciting memories we shared when we visited Wilmington. The boat trips, the fishing expeditions, eating seafood till it came out our ears, relaxing on the patio watching the sunset....will always be remembered. His humor was beyond just being funny. He was a terrific story teller and could have us all rolling on the floor with laughter. Franklin will be sadly missed, but the memory of Franklin's life will last forever. "May he rest in peace....Matthew 25:23..."His master replied, 'Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master's happiness!' He's probably playing golf right about now. A staunch Christian and a true Southern Gentleman.