OBITUARY

Clifford Allen Williams

June 23, 1945October 26, 2020

Clifford Allen Williams went to be with his Heavenly Father on October 26, 2020 in Kaufman, Texas. He was the 3rd born to Lawrence and Thelma Williams on June 23, 1945 in Littlefield, Texas. He married Sharon Witt, the love of his life in 1967 in Odessa, Texas. Clifford drilled Commercial Water Wells that took him and his family from town to town. He finally settled them down at Cedar Creek Lake in 1985 to make it their forever home. Within a few years, Clifford became avid Crappie fishermen winning numerous Crappiethon Tournaments that took him and his partner to the National Finals. It wasn’t long before he became a different type of Fishermen. A Fishermen of Men. In the early 90’s Clifford knew he was called to preach the Word of God. Then in 2002 took on the great honor to be the Pastor of New Faith Tabernacle in Seven Points, Texas. Where he watched over of his flock no matter how old or small they were. It is there, he left his legacy to be remembered. Though in Clifford’s last days his body grew weak and weary, but his spirit and love for his God and family was stronger than ever. Without any doubts, we all know that Clifford is doing his little jig on those streets of gold, hand in hand with Jesus and loved ones that have went on before him.

He is proceed in death by: his parents; sister Anita Alexander and brothers: Bobby Williams and Rickie Williams. He is survived by his: wife of 53 years, Sharon Williams of Kemp; daughter Cindy Conn and Bobby of Kemp, sons: Steven Williams and Chrissy of Kemp; Ricky White and Kim of Kemp and Butch Williams of Murchison, granddaughters: Lesley Chambers and Garry of Krum; Emiley Massey and Jennifer of Gun Barrel City; Chloe Williams of Kemp and Carly Williams of Kemp; grandson Brantley Williams of Kemp, great-grandson Conley Massey, great-granddaughters: Grace Ann Chambers and Chandler Massey, brothers: Troy Williams and Keri of New Caney, TX and Larry Williams of Odessa, TX, Leo Williams and Glenda of Kingwood, Tx, Eddie Williams and Roxanne of Clyde, TX and loving family members and many more friends.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Steven Williams, Pallbearer
  • Bobby Conn, Pallbearer
  • Mark Conn, Pallbearer
  • Garry Chambers, Pallbearer
  • James Ford, Pallbearer
  • Cory Smith, Pallbearer
  • Ricky White, Honorary Pallbearer
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    Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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    Thursday, October 29, 2020

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    Thursday, October 29, 2020

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Beth Boroff

October 30, 2020

When I was young, Uncle Eddie and I always wanted to go with Clifford and Sharon and we got to go. Clifford was always a jokester too. Loved him so much. You will be missed Uncle Clifford.
Beth

Paula Smith

October 30, 2020

I met Clifford and Sharon at the House of Prayer when Shirley and Raymond Smith were preaching. We were never really close but I had a great respect for the anointing on both of them. Sharon for her beautiful singing voice and Clifford for his way of always making you smile with just a nod of his head. Even though we were not close friends and did not visit often, they have always held a special place in my heart because of the seeds they planted into my life. He will be missed but he will be seen again in Eternity by all of us who believe in Christ. My prayers are for the family.

Carolyn Hunsaker

October 29, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God give you peace and much comfort as you lay your loved one to rest knowing he is with the one who loves him with an everlasting love.

Love in Christ,
Carolyn Hunsaker

Bridget Trammell

October 28, 2020

Brother Clifford will be greatly missed.

Mariha Ragsdale

October 28, 2020

I remember the day he dedicated little mason it was the best day of my life to be able to have him dedicate him just like he dedicated me and all my siblings

Donna (Penny) Mitchell

October 28, 2020

I remember going to Grandma Williams house for Thanksgiving and being with the family. Having the best dinners and playing with the cousins.

We often visited Aunt Thelma in Odessa which I always loved doing.

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