Thomas A. Williams

Saint Petersburg, Florida

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We met when I was in first grade, and he was in second. Though he wouldn't believe I am now in law school, he was the first to show me how to get in trouble by simply talking, laughing, and joking in class.

I hadn't seen Thomas in years but he was an amazing guy. At one time his girlfriend was my best friend, Lizzy. I'll never forget the good times with the two of them. May he RIP. He will be greatly missed.

Thomas, You will be missed. I met Thomas in 2001 when I married his brother Ronnie. Thomas could always make you laugh. He was always being silly and doing crazy things. Not only was Thomas a son and brother. He was an uncle and one of the coolest. Katelyn and Lindsey misses you very much, as for me I’m sorry I couldn’t give you one of your wishes before you passed, but know that I love you and will miss you too.
Love you Thomas Albert Williams
Valarie M Williams

I only knew Thomas from a forum online, but we interacted for years and he always brought laughter and smiles to the community. He will be missed, but in that small community, he touched the hearts of people from all over the world. He will forever be an amazing person.

I never met Thomas in person but shared quite a few laughs with him online. He never let his condition get him down and always had a positive attitude. He will be missed greatly.

You were a pretty rocking guy that knew how to live life to its fullest compared to the rest of us. You weren't afraid to share your opinions and you left a mark on all of us. Every time we think of hockey now, we will always be reminded of your courage & spirit. Goodbye for now, dearest Thom. Cheers...

I knew Thom from a music community online. Even though I never met him he was a valuable member of our community and he is already missed. His positive attitude always made us think he was never as ill as he was, and truly he never lived a lesser life because of it.


Thomas's Obituary

WILLIAMS, Thomas A., 25, of Dade City, died Friday, May 23, 2008, at home. A lifelong area resident, he was a 2002 graduate of Pasco High School. Survivors include his father, Ronnie Williams Sr., and his mother, Barbie Holmes Williams, of Dade City; two brothers, Ronnie Williams Jr. and Noah...

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