Ronald Williams

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  • "Dear Williams' FAMILY, It's hard to lose someone we love,..."
    - Frances (Williams) Abercrombie
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    - Ernestine Shelborne
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    - Hattie C. Thomas
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    - The Family of Rachel and John Blackwell
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Funeral service for Mr. Ronald Williams will be Saturday at 11 a.m. from St. Paul CME Church with the Rev. Charles Boswell officiating. Interment will follow in the Jacksonville City Cemetery. Ronald Williams was born in Jacksonville on June 23, 1950 to the late Jessie and Mary E. Williams. He attended Eastwood High School through the 10th grade an in May 1968 he became the first African American born in Jacksonville to graduate from Jacksonville High School. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Richard S. Williams. He leaves those he loved to cherish his memory, two daughters, Saskia C. (Sam) Madison, Shakira N. Williams; one son, Sacha Ronald Williams; their mother, Jennifer; six grandchildren, Kellen Madison, Kennedy Madison, Kaden Madison, Saarin Williams, Meneyleke Tabb and Cameron Williams; brothers, Curtis L. (Rene) Williams, Timothy R. Williams, Victor M. (Brenda) Williams, David J. (Patricia) Williams, Jessie C. Williams and L.C. Hines; sisters, Margaret V. Smith, Onna L. Williams and Mary A. Burnett; five aunts, Johnnie Wilson, Juanita Nixon, Elisa Adams, Ruby Keith, and Secunda Horton and many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Ervin Funeral Chapel "Where Courtesy Dwells and Service Excels"
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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 17, 2014