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Marvin Williams Sr.
1968 ~ 2024 (age 55) 55 Years Old
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MARVIN WILLIAMS, SR. was born to Carolyn Ann Turner and Nathaniel Williams Sr. on July 29, 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland. He departed this life on January 27, 2024.
Marvin received his education through the Baltimore City Public School System and graduated from Harbor City High School. He briefly served in the Armed Forces.
Marvin was a very hardworking man who served as a Sous Chef at The Harbor Court Hotel and retired from The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in 2011. Marvin was very competitive as he enjoyed swimming, football and had a passion for boxing. His dream was to become a professional Boxer. Although Marvin was quiet and private, his contagious smile, silly dances and laughter would keep us all entertained. He also had a love for Real Estate and discussing finances, loved gathering with family on holidays and playing spades (well cheating while playing lol). He was a sports enthusiast, proud fan of the Cowboys, Kobe Bryant, loving grandfather, well rounded man and a compassionate friend.
He leaves to mourn: his mother, Carolyn Ann Turner; father, Nathaniel Williams Sr.; three children, Marvin Williams Jr., Marcus Williams and Markease Williams; two grandkids, DaMonte and Monte Williams; four siblings, Robin Williams Smith, Nathaniel Williams (Tesha), Andrea Turner-Wallingford (Wally) and Wayne Della Williams, a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
The impact of Marvin's life and his reach to those from all walks of life is a testament to a life well lived.