George Dudley Williams, Jr

Date of Birth: 05/21/1950
Date of Death: 04/30/2017

George Dudley Williams, Jr, 66, of Warsaw, NC died April 30,2017 at his residence. He was a graduate and alumni of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Greensboro, NC. George worked, until his retirement, at the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C. as an accountant.

Funeral services will be 1:00pm May 06, 2017 at Kenansville Eastern Missionary Baptist Association Building, 860 North Pine St, Warsaw, NC.

Interment will be in the Martin Family Cemetery, Macon-Morrisey Rd, Warsaw.

Visitaion will be 12noon - 1:00pm (1 hour prior to service) May 06, 2017 at Kenansville Eastern Missionary Baptist Association.

**Please deliver all floral arrangements 10am - 1pm May 6, 2017 at Kenansville Eastern Missionary Baptist Association, 860 N Pine St, Warsaw.**

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Eloise Faison Jeffrey (05/08/2017 6:25 pm)

With deepest sympathy to the Williams Family. May God grant you the strength you need to carry on during the time of your bereavement. George you will be missed very much but never forgotten. You left too soon but God have your destiny already planned and he never makes a mistake. Sleep on in peace cause you're in a better place now. You fought the good fight of faith and your award awaits you. Eloise Faison class of 1968

Thurman Daniel (05/06/2017 3:40 pm)

My condolences to the family and friends of George. We met as freshmen in college (A&T of course) and we both relocated to the Washington, DC area for employment. I never heard this brother complain. May God continue to bless all of you.

Dr. Wesley L. Boykin (05/06/2017 7:35 am)

To the Surving Family and Friends: George was an excellent person who loved to smile and laugh. He never lost contact with his hometown of Warsaw after years of living in Washington, DC area. He also loved his family so much. He was a very proud graduate of Douglass High School and his beloved N.C. A&T State University. Yes! He loved "himself some A&T". He will be missed immensely. 'Aggie Born; Aggie Bred; At this this, he is Aggie Dead' We salute you.

Denise Brown (05/05/2017 12:15 am)

my condolences to the family,his friends&colleagues. aggie born,aggie bred.. .

Angelena Garnes (05/04/2017 1:34 pm)

My prays are with Georges family at this time. As one of his classmates of Douglass High School, (class of 1968)he will truly be missed. This was just one of my most remember moments with George

Claudette Bennett (05/03/2017 12:37 pm)

To the Family of George William, we are praying for you during this difficult time. George fought a good fight with all of his recent challenges. He exhibited Aggie Pride and was a supporter of the Washington DC Chapter and the University. He will be missed. May God continue to bless and keep you. With Aggie Pride Claudette Bennett

Phil Ledwell (05/03/2017 8:08 am)

Family: George was one of the nicest guys that I met when I arrived on campus at N.C. A&T in 1970. I had some good times with him in Scott Hall on campus, and George will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace my brother.