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Odies Williams Jr.

Texarkana, Indiana

1920 - 2015

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Odies Williams, Jr., passed away on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Texarkana, Texas on December 20, 1920. He was the third child of Odies and Florence Williams. Odies graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1938. He was a member of First Baptist Church....

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Dr.Williams even though your Beloved Father has passed on . And is taking his Eternal Rest. Your heart still misses him . Time is suppose to heal us. But when you have a lifetime of memories it takes longer. Know that he is with The Holy Father. Feeling no pain or has no worries. Trust in The Lord . And smile upon your treasures that he left you.I am Truly Sorry For Your Lost.

There is no sadness in this world that God cannot heal. May you find comfort in knowing that He is giving you the strength you need to endure the days ahead.

C.Johnson


So sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. Take comfort from this bible verse. Please read Romans chapter 12 verse 12.

Dr Williams I'm so sorry to hear of your great loss

Dr. Williams,
I am so sorry to hear about your father's passing. May God comfort you and give you strength during your time of sorrow. You were blessed to have him for many years. Cherish the wonderful memories you shared with him during your time together. Will keep you in my prayers.

To Dr. Odies Williams....
Offering deepest condolences to the entire family in the loss of your father. My sincere prayers are for you peace and comfort.
Linda B. Robinson

YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS

To Dr Odies Williams III and family, I offer my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear Loved one. May the hand of the Lord comfort and keep you especially during this moment of beatreavement.

To Dr. Odies Williams and Family. My family and I are so sorry for the lost of your beloved father. There are no words to say to help your pain. You have always treated my family very well. You have been there whenever we need you. So now we ask you. What can we do for you in your hours of need. All you need to do is ask. Stay strong. You are in our prayers. And in our hearts always.