Family Contact Info:
810 Cooper Drive
Dawson, GA 39842
Sat., Mar. 03, 2012
Rose Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Rev. Willard O. Weston, Sr., Officiating
Albritten's Funeral Service--Dawson, GA
In Charge of Arrangements
On May 25, 1958, God blessed Lillie Bell Williams with her first child, whom she named Johnny. Johnny was born in Terrell County, GA.
At an early age, he confessed his love for Christ and joined St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. In later years, he united with Rose Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Graves, GA and remained a faithful member until his demise.
His education was received in the public schools of Terrell County and a 1977 graduate of Terrell High School, Dawson, GA.
Johnny believed in working and was a hard-worker. During his lifetime, he held several jobs. His last job was with GA/FL Railroad where he was a Foreman.
On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, God entrusted His Guardian Angel to summons Johnny home to his heavenly reward and eternal rest. There were no good-byes to his family and friends. He simply answered the call, “Lord, I’m Ready.”
Precious memories of the happy times filled with love and laughter will always remain constant with his loving mother, Lillie Bell Williams, Dawson, GA; four children, Tramainiyan (Tamara) Williams, Virginia Beach, VA, Calvin (Gwen) McDaniel and Jerneria Ameaya Milledge, both of Albany, GA and Nasheca Mitchell of Anchorage, AK; two sisters, Pattie (Jarvis) Smith, Leesburg, GA and Gloria Williams, Dawson, GA; two uncles, Dea. Lewis Howzine, Albany, GA and Robert Williams, Jacksonville, FL; God-mother, Geraldine Howzine Bell, Albany, GA; six loving grandchildren; a very special friend, Joann Telfair, Dawson, GA; friend of the family, Lillie Bell (Julius) Sloan, Dawson, GA and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.