Paul Richard Williams Sr.
January 20, 1947 – March 16, 2018
Paul Richard Williams, age 71 of Axton, Va., passed away on Friday, March 16, 2018. Mr. Williams was born on January 20, 1947 In Lucasville, Ohio. A son of the late Forest D. Williams and the late Blanch Wilburn Williams. Mr. Williams was employed by B & B Trucking for twenty years. He was a member of Lone Oak Baptist Church. Mr. Williams was married to Joyce Peters Williams, who predeceased him. Mr. Williams is survived by two daughters, Paula Jean Williams, Angel Jamison, five sisters, Pamela Justice, Gay Howard, Melody Sargent, Dawn Tackett, Alaine Garrett, two brothers, Barry Sargent, Eric Sargent and three grandchildren, Amber Jean Weaver Gerlach, Katelyn Grace Jamison and Madison Brooke Jamison. Mr. Williams was also predeceased by a son, Paul Richard Williams, Jr. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at Collins-McKee-Stone Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Joshua Allen officiating. Interment will follow in Roselawn Burial Park. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the funeral home.
- Blanch Wilburn Williams, Mother
- Forest D. Williams, Father
- Joyce Peters Williams, Wife
- Paula Jean Williams, Daughter
- Angel Jamison, Daughter
- Pamela Justice, Sister
- Gay Howard, Sister
- Melody Sargent, Sister
- Dawn Tackett, Sister
- Alaine Garrett, Sister
- Barry Sargent, Brother
- Eric Sargent, Brother
- Amber Jean Weaver Gerlach, Grandchild
- Katelyn Grace Jamison, Grandchild
- Madison Brooke Jamison, Grandchild
- Paul Richard Williams Jr., Son
- Joe Zanetti, Active Pallbearer
- Steve Turner, Active Pallbearer
- Anthony Holt, Active Pallbearer
- Bill Habeski, Active Pallbearer
- Berlin Swearingin, Active Pallbearer
- Tim McDaniel, Active Pallbearer
- Visitation Tuesday, March 20, 2018
- Funeral Service Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Paul Richard Williams Sr.
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March 20, 2018
I remember spending the week-end with Aunt Blanche and Uncle Forest and Paul saddling up the horses for me and him to ride. We road all around their lake and stopped and got off our horses at the old cemetery that was on the back of their property. We both wondered why their would be a cemetery hidden so far back off a main road. Their house was very cozy and Aunt Blanche was a great cook. She made the best cakes. We would go on picnics with them at Roosevelt Lake. Dad and Uncle Forest would fish and Paul and I would explore the lake. Uncle Forest would bring his ice cream freezer, and we would have cake and home made ice cream. (Uncle Forest had a dairy farm and his ice cream was the best).
Paul and I had lost touch during the years and just a little over a year ago reconnected on Facebook . It was so nice to hear from him, and I was shocked that he had pasted. He hadn't indicated he had any health issues. But I do treasure the nice memories of have of him.
LINDA MORRIS BRYAN
March 19, 2018
Paul was a sweet, kind, gentle man and friend. I am going to miss him so much! I went to high school with Paul at Valley High School in Lucasville, Ohio. I saw him a few years recently at the Valley Reunion and got to talk to him a long time. He certainly missed his wife! Now he can be with her with Jesus!