Quinton Danell Williams
June 24, 1975 – July 24, 2020
Quinton Danell Williams was born in Marshall, MI on June 24, 1975 to Richard Showers Sr. and Diana Williams. He graduated from Albion Senior High School in 1993. Quinton also attended Kellogg Community College where he successfully received two Associates degrees, one in General Studies and one in Business Management. In 2006 Quinton met the love of his life, Felish Richardson and they were united in marriage on November 18, 2011. From this union Kadynce Ki’Rel Williams was born and Quinton also welcomed his two step-daughters JaCrystal Sims and JaQuai Gamble. He accepted the Lord Jesus Christ and was baptized on June 24, 2018 by Pastor Albert Amos and Elder Elvarene Showers and accepted his church home at Bread of Life Ministries in Albion, MI. Quinton, affectionately known as “Q” and to his card playing buddies “Hutch” loved chopping it up with friends and family in ways that always seemed to turn into a debate and philosophy session. He was known for giving good advice and always gave it raw and real! Quinton enjoyed spending time with his family and especially enjoyed grilling and preparing meals for family gatherings.
Left to celebrate his life and memories are his wife Felish Camille Williams, his princess Kadynce Ki’Rel Williams, his step-daughters JaCrystal A. Sims all of Albion, MI and JaQuai A. Gamble of Battle Creek, MI. Two Grandsons; Aston Tyce Myers and Ozzie Jo Warnsley. Mother Diana Williams and Step-Mother Elder Elvarene Showers both of Albion. His sisters; Patricia (Terrance) Butler of Battle Creek, MI. Tesha (Santos) Perez and Tiffany Showers both of Albion, MI. His brothers; Jonathan Parker of Lexington, KY, Richard Showers Jr and Ryan (Alicia) Showers both of Albion, MI. Quinton also leaves to cherish his Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Multitude of cousins; mother in law Bonnie Anglin, father in law Ronald Anglin of Albion; brother in law Deron (Kareesha) Richardson of Lansing and sister in laws Chaka (Dan) Darden of Battle Creek and Shaynetel Blackwell of Toledo, OH and his ride or die Antoniese “Tony” Gant. Quinton was preceded in death by his Father Richard Showers Sr, his Maternal Grandparents Etta and Earvin Williams and Paternal Grandparents Jeanette and Jimmy Showers.
The family will receive friends for viewing on Saturday, August 1, 2020 beginning at 11AM until the of service at 1PM (PRIVATE) with Pastor Steven C. Williams officiating at J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home, 811 Finley Dr., Albion. Burial will follow immediately in Albion Memory Gardens.
Due to the mandates surrounding the COVID 19 Pandemic, please be prepared to adhere to the current restrictions regarding mask requirements as well as practicing social distancing if you are planning to attend the viewing.
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Quinton Danell Williams
August 1, 2020
Precious in the sight of the LORD [is] the death of his saints. (Psalms 116:15)
Comfort is one of those things we struggle to find in times of sorrow. The words of friends and loved ones tend to sooth our pain – and for that we praise the Lord. However, real comfort comes through our Father in heaven through His son Jesus Christ. The Bible declares:
Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. (2Corinthians 1:3-4)
It is during these difficult times that we learn how to ‘make our request known to God’ in order to experience the peace that passes all human understanding (Philippians 4:7).
Apostle Tim and Mrs. Carolyn Kurtz, the Elders, Ministers, House Gathering Hosts, and the regional family of New Life Ministries International, Real Life Ministries, and Four Winds Christian Fellowship join our hearts with the family in mourning the death of Quinton Danell Williams.
We offer our heartfelt sympathy to his wife, Felish Camille Williams, his mothers Diana Williams and Elder Elvarene Showers and his siblings and his children, and his grandchildren. We pray that the peace of God will keep you and encourage you in the days, weeks and years to come.
Brother Williams has finished his course, and we believe with you that a crown of righteousness is laid up for him which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give him: and not him only, but to all them also that love his appearing (2Timothy 4:8). He promises to keep you in perfect peace as you keep your mind on Him (Isaiah 26:3).
Submitted this 1st Day of August, 2020
By Apostle Tim and Mrs. Carolyn Kurtz,
New Life Ministries International
July 30, 2020
Quinton was a wonderful and respectable man. He is now with his Dad and my son LaVaughn rejoicing. Prayers to the Family and Friends. Love Virginia Hopson.
Tya Hopson (Peterson)
July 29, 2020
We lived 2 doors down from one another in Oak Meadows and he was the only child at the time! It was him and his mother DeeDee Ms William’s. He said to me why you laugh so much??I said to him because you are funny, Then he said to me you remind me of a laughing hyena!! That stuck with me all my life... And when I learned what a hyena was, when I ran into him when we got older I said Quentin really I’m not a hyena lol ,,, So we always laughed about that every time we saw each other!! And I was 7 and he was 9 years old at the time!! My prayers are with his mother, daughter, wife and family may God comfort you in these times!! From the Hopson Family...