In memory of Louis David Williams, Shelia McDuffie lit a candle
Happy Blessed New Year's Mr. Williams.. I just happened to be going through some photos and ran across some I took with you and other family members. Continue to R.I.P. You are missed..
Brother Lou you’re such a blessing to us at Praise Tabernacle. The way you played your trumpet always made me smile. Now you play for
The Lord in his presence. Until we meet again May God bless your family we will surely miss you.
Brother Lou we will miss you at Praise but know you’re at home with the Lord playing your trumpet for him! We will always cherish the time we had with you and how beautiful you played your trumpet.
My condolences go out to you Mike and your entire family for the loss of your father and family member. I know the loss of a family member is always so hard, may God grant you strength during this time and pray he gives you comfort.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
My condolences to you! I cannot imagine the pain of losing a parent. However, I pray peace that surpasses all understanding and that Gods love surrounds you during this difficult time.
Pop, you have been a blessing to all of us!! You helped us through the bad times and laughed with us during the good times. Sterling misses you so much but is at peace knowing that you are now his guardian angel watching over him. We love and miss you so much. Rest in peace Pop. Until we meet again.
To the Wonderful Man I Call Dad
I am so honored to have you as my dad. You were always there when I needed you most. You instilled the essentials values in me to survive. You always taught me to put God first n everything you do.
I will miss your talks and the stories you told. I will miss calling you 3 or 4 times a day. My heart is very heavy right now. It will take a long to heal.
I can hear you playing your trumpet while walking around HEAVEN. I will ALWAYS love you and miss you so much. SIP my love until I see you again.
Your daughter Michelle
I remember when Mr. Williams ran for Charlotte County Sheriff in 1992,1996,and for a brief time in 2000. He was a trailblazer. He was a good and decent man. I respected him so much that I’ve always addressed him as Mr. Williams. He was kind and thoughtful. I consider it a privilege to have been called a friend by him. Take your rest Sir. Your work on earth has ended. You will live on in our hearts forever. My condolences to Louise, his sons and the rest of the family.
Last I saw you was on Father's Day 2019 at your son Mitchell's house. You were all smiles and enjoying being around your family. Michel was showing you how to operate the gift he bought you. We all ate, took pictures and created beautiful memories. As I sit back and reflect on times we were together, I remember the words you said at Michel and I engagement party which were words of wisdom which I appreciated. S.I.P. Mr. Williams, you will be missed. To Michel, Michelle, Mitchell, his brother, sisters, and the rest of the family, you have my sincere and deepest condolences. I will have you all in my continued prayers and ask God to send you all a comforter at this difficult time. Just know that I love you and will forever hold dear to me, all our cherished memories together. Be encouraged and continue to hold on to God's unchanging hand. Love you all ❤. God bless
My favorite memory of Pop Pop was when he came to the house and cooked beef stew, and it tasted great! Pop Pop was always so nice, and loving, I will miss him so much! R.I.P Pop Pop, you will truly be missed.
I am so sorry to hear of Louis’s passing. He was a kind man who was appreciative when I visited and made food. He especially loved my chocolate chip cookies. In exchange I was entertained by his many stories and he was a really good story teller! He was a religious man who loved his bible and I hear he was quite the trumpet player. He brought joy to my sister and her daycare children especially young Sterling. I loved watching my Mom and Louis reminisce about the past . They would laugh and laugh. I know that my brothers Terrance and Mike spent time with Louis. He loved eating out with Terrance, taking rides with Mike and sharing a piece of cheesecake. His death leaves a hole in many lives. May all the memories of time well spent bring some comfort.
Louis was a very special soul. His smile and laughter were infectious! It has been my great privilege to be your friend and I miss you dearly.
Louis I will miss your stories our conversations and the brotherly love we had for each other. My friend and brother R.I.P.
I'm so sorry for your loss,, he always made me smile
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.