Felton Williams

plant City , Florida


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Cast your burden on God and he himself will sustain you.

Hello to the Williams Family, My name is Char-Lynn ( Cannon) Mendez and I am Sorry to hear of your loss. Believe me I know all to well how this feels. I had 3 deaths in a row in 2012. My Grandpa( May),My Aunt(June) ,and My Dad(July). Just wanted to also let you know this gentleman is who my Dad was named after. My dads name was Felton E. Cannon and he was born and raised awhile in Plant City, Florida. I miss my dad a whole lot. We also went to the meat Market once in awhile when we was in...

Deepest sympathy from family of late Nancy M. Marlins. We remember Felton for being supportive to our beloved. She was a talented southern style baker looking for an outlet & to establish a bakery business. He sampled her creations then put her goods on his store shelves. Her lifetime dream was realized.

How blessed the family must be to read all of the heartfelt messages left on this site about their dear loved one. Mr. Felton Williams made an impact for the Lord with his kindness, generosity and goodness given to the least to the greatest. Praise God we will see him again some day! Love and prayers to all of the Williams family and the Eastside family. Sally Baker, Dover, FL

A Plant City treasure , he will be greatly missed.. Deepest sympathy for your family...

I Remember that Smile You are with the Lord now. Thanks for the kindness You showed Everyone.

Since my family moved to Plant City in 1959,Felton Williams was a wonderfulfriend Mr. Williams was a man with Gods heart anda love for Plant City as well.He will be greatly missed.

So Sorry for your loss. I have know Mr. Fleton for many many years. He was a wonderful person and had a great heart

Felton was one family man who love everyone and help many families in Plant City, and was dearly loved by all. He will be missed by all! Jimmie and Brenda Henderson and Families.


Felton's Obituary

Felton Williams, 87, of Plant City, died Thursday after a long illness. Felton Williams opened a market in the mid-50s, and over the decades became known for his small-town heritage and dedication to customer service. Williams is survived by his wife, Lee; daughter Karen Davis, son, Lee; sisters...

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