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Clarence Henry Williams Dies

Clarence Henry Williams

Clarence Henry Williams died on June 23.

There will be a viewing and service from 3:30-5:30 p.m., Friday, July 10.  Interment will be cremation.

He is survived by his lifelong partner, Lolita George; sons: Theoville “Tony” Williams and Franco Williams; daughters: Nioka Irish and Shanika Davis; stepdaughter, Shirma C. George; grandchildren: Shelcy Hodge, Isaiah and Elijah Davis, Shadaisha, Tarina and Janeh Irish, Ty and Tien Riley, Gracin, Keyonna, Janet, Arias and Antwone Williams; brothers: Walter Benjamin, and Vernon “Zobah” Williams; and sisters: Eugenie Williams, Carmen Williams, Louise Williams and Carmelita Abdullah.

He is also survived by brothers-in-law: Basim Abdullah, Kelvin Hodge, Wilfred Hodge, Charles (Andy) Hodge, Godfrey Hodge, Thomas Turnbull and Rico June; sisters-in-law: Beaulah Williams, Lucy “Veronica” Williams, Doreen Owens, Bernice Turnbull, Sybil Hodge, Trelawney Hodge, Eleanor Hodge, Wanda Hodge and Shirley Hodge; special nieces: Adlyn Williams, Ameka Hydman and Theresa Penn; special nephew, Donald “Ducks” Cole; son-in-law, Ian Davis; and daughter-in-law, Linda Williams.

Other survivors include special friends: Ashley Ritter, Wade Smith, Archie and Eurinice Christian, Lyndon and Shirley Nichols, Geraldo “Banner” Barry, Anniebelle Skelton, Lucia Benjamin, Diana Benjamin, Lionel “Sam” Brown, Worrel Nero, Keithly Nero, Paul George, Leroy and Mercia Wallace, Romaline Joseph, Calvin Esdale, Monty and Youlanda Davis, Edna Pole, Donna Bassue, Roosevelt David, John Hypolite, Jerry Malone, Devon Park, Brooks and Maggie Selkdridge, and Allistor McMaster; and caretakers: Theresa Penn, Zenaida Madiwo and Luisa Dinamling.

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