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Willie Forrest Williams
December 15, 1986 ~ October 28, 2022 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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Willie Forrest Williams was born December 15, 1986, in Melbourne, Florida to Ona Mae Williams (Lovett). One sister, Elvira (infant), preceded him in death. Willie was raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida until his teenage years when his family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from Kennesaw High School, Willie enlisted in the United States Army where he excelled in service to our Country. Willie was extremely intelligent and received numerous awards, certifications, honors, and recognitions of achievement. After serving for several years foreign and domestic, Willie was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army at which time he moved back to Atlanta, Georgia where he worked as a contracted Traveling Security Officer while pursuing a certification in trucking which he auspiciously earned from Georgia Driving Academy and transitioned to work as a long-haul trucker. In 2017 Willie temporarily relocated to New Smyrna Beach, Florida to study Computer Science at Daytona State College where he earned his Associates degree in Computer Science. Upon completion he returned to Atlanta where he resided until his death. Willie was a very proud and loving father of two beautiful children Sabrina Williams and Christian Williams (Atlanta, GA). Willie is survived by his mother Ona Mae Lovett, his stepfather Charles Lovett of Donalsonville, GA., two brothers 1SG. James L. Williams/Katie (Italy), Christopher C. Williams-Smith (Atlanta, GA), two nieces, Mariah Williams and Makayla Williams (Colorado Springs, CO), one uncle Tommie King/Phyllis (Plantation, FL), and aunts Kella M. Stanley/John Henry (Miami, FL), Charliemaud Reeves (Wrens, GA), JoEvelyn Jackson/William (Pine Bluff, AR), Janie Howard/James (Sumter, SC), Hattie King-Duirden/James (Killeen, TX), and Elvira Tokas/Darryl (Fort Lauderdale, FL). He is also survived by three sisters and one brother by marriage, Andrea LovettMann, Shantrice Gaynor, and Brandon Wright and a host of cousins,