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Thomas Delano Williams Sr. Dies at 79

Thomas Delano Williams Sr.

Thomas Delano Williams Sr., also known as “Tom,” of La Grande Princesse died on March 14. He was 79 years old.

He is survived by his wife, Muriel I. Williams; children: Lurline A. Armstrong, Rodelique Williams-Bradshaw and Thomas D. Williams Jr.; stepchildren: Trevor, Maureen, Anthony, Joseph and Robert Wheeler, and Marilyn Henry; grandchildren: Latoya Williams, Anthony and Laurie Armstrong, Jevon, Parisa, and Layla Bradshaw; and step-grandchildren: Wendy and Henderson Wheeler, Irving and Kevin Henry.

He is also survived by great-grandchild, Dominique Williams; sons-in-law: Austin Armstrong and Everton Bradshaw; daughter-in-aw, Ginette Williams; brother, Lauren I. Williams Sr.; sister-in-law, Esther Williams; nieces: Olive Schneider, Lisa Phillips, Mevilyn Williams, Lynda Roberts, Linda Henneman, Heleen Williams and Anna Petersen; and nephews: Lauren I. Williams Jr. and Lee Roy Williams, Nimrod Henneman, Inslee and Mario Carroll, Kevin, Julian Jr., Michael, Manuel, and Melvin Williams, Jr.

Other survivors include special family and friends: Selwyn Powell and family, Ophelia Torres and family, Ellen and Viloria Artaway, Karen Quinn, Anniqua Jacobs, Aumari Jacobs and Nathaniel Joseph; and surviving families to include: the Williams, Carroll, Powell, De Costa, Boyce, Maynard and Marshall families; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, April 6, at City of Refuge Worship Center with tributes at 9 a.m. followed by a service at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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