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Richard Williams

Date of Birth: 10/15/1935
Date of Death: 05/17/2017

Richard Williams, 81, of Warsaw, NC died May 17, 2017 at Vidant Duplin Hospital, Kenansville, NC.

Funeral service will be 1:00pm May 23, 2017 at First Missionary Baptist Church, 336 West Hill Street, Warsaw, NC.

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

Visitation will be 12noon to 1:00pm May 23, 2017(1 hour prior to service) at First Missionary Baptist Church, Warsaw.

**Please deliver floral arrangements from 11am - 1pm May 23, 2017 to First Missionary Baptist Church, 336 W. Hill St., Warsaw**

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Melesssa Rojean Wallace (Friend of Family) (05/22/2017 8:46 pm)

To The Williams Family: May you find comfort in these words of God: And I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me, "Blessed are the dead, which die in the Lord from henceforth." "Yea," saith the Spirit, "that they may rest from their labors, and their works follow them." Revelation 14:13 Take comfort in knowing that he will live forever cradled in the Father's care.

Janice E. Smith (05/22/2017 2:44 pm)

My sincere condolences and heartfelt prayers.

Charlie Thomas Brinson - Class of '53 (05/21/2017 10:16 am)

To the Williams Family: May God comfort and strengthen you during this difficult time and in the days ahead. Richard was my classmate and my friend. I will truly miss our phone chats but will cherish all the memories we created over the years.

Patricia M. Smith (05/20/2017 9:24 am)

Sorry to hear the death of Mr.Richard. He was a person that didn't mind helping yo u if he could. He will truly be missed. My condolences goes out to the Williams family.

Willie H. Gillespie (05/20/2017 12:06 am)

To the Williams Family: You need to know that Richard Williams or "Mr. Williams", as he was fondly known by the James Kenan High School family during his years of employment, was one of the best and most highly respected bus drivers and head custodians Duplin County Schools has ever employed. He was a true gentleman who performed all of his assigned/assumed tasks with personal pride. We were blessed to have had him at JKHS. I considered him as my friend. My family and I will keep you in our thoughts and prayers and will continue to hold Mr. Williams in our fondest memories.

Adriania M. Wells (05/19/2017 8:51 pm)

To the Williams family: Sorry I am unable to attend the services of your love one. Just know my thoughts and prayers are with you as you prepare for a very difficult occasion. May God bless you.