Darryl Williams

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Williams, Darryl Spencer



Darryl Spencer Williams, 51, of Albuquerque NM departed this life suddenly of his own volition on the morning of June 13, 2017.



Darryl was born on March 20, 1966 in Tahlequah, OK to Judy Williams. At age 9, Darryl and Judy moved to Albuquerque, NM for a fresh start. He graduated from Menaul High School in 1984. On December 28th 1991, he wed the love of his life, Teri Morris, and the two quickly started a family.



To his daughters, Darryl was a dedicated and protective father. To his wife, he was an amazing and unconditionally loving husband. He loved his family with great devotion. Darryl will be remembered as a man who loved to make people laugh. He had a delightfully dark and cynical sense of humor. He was helpful and giving of his time and energy to anyone in need. He was a proud member of the Seminole and Creek tribes of Oklahoma. He was a lifelong fan of the New Orleans Saints. Darryl was an avid fisherman who spent almost every weekend at his favorite fishing spots across the state, often with friends or family.



Darryl is survived by his wife Teri Williams, their daughters Nicole and Tsianina Williams and their daughters' partners Colton Dalton and Axiao Daniels, mother Judy Williams, father-in-law Tommy D. Morris, mother-in-law Barbara Morris, brother-in-law Tommy Morris and his wife Noel Dalton, sister-in-law Becki Morris, niece Angela Popejoy and many esteemed friends and relatives. He was preceded in death by his grandmother Emma Lewis and beloved cat Marble.



Darryl left this world abruptly. He will be missed, and he will be remembered with great affection by all those who knew him. Remains have been cremated & a private memorial was held for close family and friends.

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Published in Albuquerque Journal on June 25, 2017