- About Us
JUAN DONTRELL WILLIAMS came into the world on February 25, 1970 and immediately blessed his parents, Wilbert and Helen Williams. He departed this life suddenly and ascended into glory on January 19, 2018.
Juan attended Lake Clifton Senior High School and later obtained his G.E.D.
As a child Juan loved playing basketball and football. He was an exceptional athlete, dribbling a basketball at the early age of two. He was a very respectful child and taught his children to be the same way. Juan was a loving, patient and kind father and was very protective of his family. Although he was the youngest among his siblings, his mother called him her "first lieutenant".
Juan and Kelly, his fiance, had been together for over twenty years, and their love for each other never faded over those years. Their friends and family jokingly called them Bonnie and Clyde; you rarely saw one without the other.
Juan was well liked and respected by his friends, most of whom were from his childhood. Juan was funny, especially when he would mock or imitate someone. His nieces and nephews thought he was so cool and tough, they just loved him. Juan loved his family. He enjoyed sporting events, especially watching his sons play. Juan will truly be missed by all that knew and loved him.
Juan is preceded in glory by his mother, Helen Louise Williams. He leaves to cherish his memory: fiance Kelly Arrington; two sons , Dontrell Norris and Kyjuan Williams; daughter, Sky-Nesia Hamlett; granddaughter, Taylor Norris; father, Wilbert Williams; siblings, Ronald Williams (Keron), Anthony Williams (Alberta), Kenneth Williams (Stephanie), and Terri McDonald (Douglas); extended family; Edwin, Daphney, Melody and Terry Henderson; in addition to a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends; two special cousins, Beverly Stewart and Janice Wilson.