OBITUARY

Stephen Randolph Williams

May 27, 1969February 8, 2021

Stephen Randolph Williams, age 51, of Chesterfield and Hanover, left his indelible mark on the world before going to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, February 8, 2021, after a long illness.

He is survived by his mother, Truly F. Williams of Chesterfield, Va.; his sisters, Karen Smith of Houston, Tx., Kim Williams of Auburndale, Fl., and January Adams of Jacksonville, Fl.; multiple nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Hugh R. Williams, Jr.

Stephen earned a Bachelor’s Degree in IT Security and was inducted into the National Honor Society. He won multiple awards in computer data design and won First Place for the state of Virginia for two consecutive years, which allowed him to compete nationally in Washington and California.

Stephen loved playing his guitar and liked playing for others, who enjoyed and admired his good ear and natural ability to play songs he had only heard. Stephen was a kind, gentle, soul who loved technology; Pink Floyd; pizza; and his Grandma Lou. Known as “Steve Randolph” he was instrumental in starting “Karaoke Night” at some of the clubs around Richmond.

A celebration of his life will be scheduled for a later date. The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at MCV who provided his care.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to either MCV Childrens’ Hospital, or the ASPCA.

  • FAMILY

  • Truly F. Williams, Mother
  • Karen Smith, Sister
  • Kim Williams, Sister
  • January Adams, Sister
  • multiple, Nieces and Nephews
  • Hugh R. Williams, Jr., Father (deceased)

Services

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Cyndy Robinson

February 22, 2021

Steve, was the best friend anyone could ask for. We talked about everything from atoms to zebras and he always kept you entertained. I talked to him almost every night and I'm gonna have an empty place there that can't be filled. I miss you Steve.

Marguerite Pinkney Brown

February 15, 2021

Steve was so full of life, warmth and fun. A true original with the courage to be himself. His singing touched every emotion within you. His guitar playing was amazing. He was a jokester yet always very kind to me. He was my buddy. He will be truly missed.

Patricia Williams

February 12, 2021

I remember him singing karaoke in a club .
His singing was beautiful.
Loved this young man

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