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Deacon Radford Williams

October 21, 1954 — January 19, 2024

Macon, Georgia

Deacon Radford Williams, beloved husband, father, brother, and friend, passed away on January 19, 2024, at the age of 69. He leaves behind a legacy of kindness and a life dedicated to serving others.

Born on October 21, 1954, Deacon Williams grew up in Macon, Georgia. He attended Southwest High School and graduated with honors. His thirst for knowledge led him to pursue higher education, and he earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.

Deacon Williams was a man of many talents. He began his career in the bakery industry, honing his skills and becoming an expert in his field. Working diligently and with unwavering dedication, he eventually embarked on the path of entrepreneurship. Through his innovative spirit and unwavering determination, he built a successful business that became an inspiration for many.

Beyond his professional accomplishments, Deacon Williams answered the call to serve his country. He joined the United States Army and served for eight years with honor and distinction, rising to the rank of 1st Lieutenant. His commitment to duty and love for his country was evident in every mission he undertook.

While Deacon Williams achieved great success in his professional pursuits and military service, it was his kind-hearted nature that touched the lives of those who had the privilege of knowing him. He possessed a gentle spirit that made everyone feel at ease in his presence. Whether it was through a warm smile or a comforting word of advice, he had an innate ability to uplift others.

A man of strong faith, Deacon Williams was an active member of Magnolia Baptist Church. His commitment to his church community was unwavering as he selflessly offered himself as a pillar of support for all those in need. He shared his wisdom with others through teaching Sunday school classes and actively participated in charitable events.

Deacon Williams' loving spirit extended beyond church walls into his personal life. He adored his family and was a devoted husband to his beloved wife, Teresa Williams. Together, they built a loving home filled with laughter, support, and unwavering love. Deacon Williams was a devoted father to his children, Tomeka (Chris) Wooten, Radale Williams, Patrick (Felicia) Walker, Wayne Collins, James Williams Jr., Donald (Shirley) Williams, and a cherished brother to Sandra (Samuel) Eskridge.

Deacon Radford Williams has touched the lives of countless individuals who will forever be grateful for the positive impact he had on them. His genuine love for others transcended boundaries and left an indelible mark on all who had the honor of knowing him.

A funeral service to celebrate and honor Deacon Radford Williams' life will be held on January 27, 2024, at Magnolia Baptist Church in Macon, Georgia. The service will begin at 1:00 PM and conclude at 2:00 PM. Friends, family members, and all who were touched by his kindness are invited to attend this solemn occasion.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made in Deacon Williams' memory to organizations close to his heart.

As we bid farewell to Deacon Radford Williams, let us remember the warmth of his smile, the compassion in his heart, and the unwavering love he shared with all. His spirit will forever reside within our hearts as we carry on his legacy of kindness and selflessness.

Rest in peace, Deacon Radford Williams. May your soul find eternal solace in the loving arms of the divine. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

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Service Schedule

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Funeral Service

Saturday, January 27, 2024

1:00 - 2:00 pm (Eastern time)

Magnolia Baptist Church

1228 Jackson St, Macon, GA

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