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Kevin Antonio Williams Dies in Georgia

Funeral services will be held on Friday, Dec. 8, for Kevin Antonio Williams, age 49, at 11 a.m., at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home, 2189 Midway Road, Douglasville, GA 30135.

Kevin departed this life on Thursday, Nov. 30. He was born on July 27, 1968, on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Kevin leaves the following to cherish his memories: his father, Bernard Williams; his mother, Sheila Smith-Ivy; his grandmother, Emelda Nicholson; his stepfather, Justin Christopher; his children: Deonte, Ryan and ReShay; and his brothers: Kurt, Bernard Jr., Lloyd, Keith and Shawn Williams, Sanchez and Kristin Christopher.

He is also survived by his sisters: Shawna and Sharia Green, Sharifa Aliya Charlery, Pascha, Pashima and Shelma Williams, and Marva Sylvester; cousin-sisters: Shenel VanHolten-Thomas (Ray) and Desiree Smith-Martin; cousin-brother, Sal VanHolten; adopted sister, Suzanne Stoutt; and his aunts: Joycelyn Harley Peters, Carol Smith-Powell (Henry), Theresa Steele Williams, Carla Smith-Todman, Elaine Lynch, Avis Smith Collins and Trecia Issac.

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Other survivors include his uncles: Cedric Smith (Frankie), Alphonse and Antonio (Floria) Steele, Lloyd and Keith Williams; special nephew, TeQuan Brown; his significant other, Gifty Sowah; his best friends: Julian “Toad” Francis and Maxwell “Frenchy” Carty; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear relatives and friends.

Final arrangements have been entrusted to Jones-Wynn Funeral Home and Chapel. Please send tributes to kevinwilliams1968@hotmail.com. For more information, call 602-456-6653.

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