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Obituary of Randy W. Williams
Randy W. Williams
Visitation is from 2:00 - 4:00 P.M. Saturday, October 5, 2019 in the Tiffany Funeral Home, 3232 West Saginaw, Lansing, MI 48917.
Randy was born August 21, 1965 in Blytheville, Arkansas to his parents Claudie and Dovie Williams.
Randy was raised in Blytheville, Arkansas until he moved to Lansing, MI at the age of 19. He took great pride as a mechanic, maintenance, and janitorial worker. He held these positions for 30+ years up till he became ill.
Randy was an outstanding father to 4 biological children and a host of extended children. He provided the best he could for his loved ones without expecting anything in return. He loved each and every one them unconditionally.
Randy did not belong to a church home; however, he was raised up in church and had strong faith with our creator.
He enjoyed spending time with his family most of all. He also like to take the children on bike rides, playing board games (especially monopoly), and piecing jigsaw puzzles.
Randy leaves to cherish his fiancé Penny Zins; 4 daughters; 5 sisters (Mary Bennet of Missouri, Virginia Mhoon and Delores Kelly of Blytheville, Arkansas, Della Reddick and Anita Whitfield of Osceola, Arkansas); 4 brothers (Eddie Williams of Gosnell, Arkansas, Mark Williams of Haiti, Missouri, Eric Williams of Saginaw, MI, Ronnie Williams of Lansing, MI (Twin brother); host of nieces and nephews.
Randy was preceded in death by his father (Claudie Williams); mother (Dovie Williams); 5 sisters (Odessa Gaston, Ruth Baston, Doris Grimes, Cary Williams, Donna Washington, and Francine Jackson); 3 brothers (Thomas Williams, Claudie Jr Williams, and Melvin Williams).
We love you Randy
Randy was such an extraordinary man in any and all situations. He took his own stand; he was the type of person, whom always spoke his mind, never held grudges and was always kind.
He was a great person; he had a heart of gold, and opened it to many, and all the love unfold.
If you had a chance to know him, you were given a blessing to treasure. The love for him over flowed, and grew beyond measure.
Time to say “goodbye” now, go to take your place in Heaven, you will be deeply missed by all, but lost and forgotten, never.
Yours was one of the sweetest spirits, we all loved and knew.
As you lift your wings and fly, keep in mind, we love you.
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