OBITUARY

Raoul Robert Williams

May 5, 1971November 18, 2020

On Wednesday, November 18th, 2020, Raoul Williams, husband and father of two children, passed away at the early age of 49. Raoul was born on May 5th, 1971 in California to Jessie and James Graham and he later graduated from the Los Angeles Job Corp in 1994. During that time, Raoul met his soon-to-be wife, Mirna Williams and the two were later married in 2005. The couple had two children, Angela G. Roman in 1996 and later Sara P. Williams in 2004. Raoul was infamous for his cooking as well as composing and remixing music. You could always find his furry best friend, Cosma at his feet while he played sci-fi Xbox games. Raoul was no stranger to medical ailments and by 2012 received a Kidney transplant. After a two-week fight in the ICU and surrounded by his family, Raoul passed from sepsis with organ failure. He is survived by his sister Daniel and his Aunt Bertha and Uncle Lloyd who he lived with during his teenage years. He is also survived by his brothers/best friends Cornell D Stefan and Ernest Clark III. He also leaves behind his son-in-law, Andy M. Roman who was his best Xbox playing rival. Flowers or donations may be sent to 6901 S McClintock Dr, Apt 149, Tempe AZ 85283.

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Mirna Williams

November 23, 2020

The past 29 years with you babe have been the best of my life. We had are good times & are bad times but we were always there for each other. You were taken from me to damn soon but at least you are pain free. I sit here & think back at all our years together & I thank God for giving me the years I did have with you. The honor of raising our first daughter Angie came Nov 11, 1996 even though she was your step daughter you always treated her like your own. Then God blessed us with a miracle baby Sara she came Sept 16 ,2004. Still you loved both girls the same you never treated them any different. You were there through all the colds, coughs, doctor appt, school conference, field trip & graduation. Even if you were in pain or sick or not. I want you to know that I appreciate everything you did for your daughter's & me. Even though you are no longer here with me I will continue to love you forever. May you rest in peace my love & remember your wife loves you & misses you so much.

Sara Williams

November 22, 2020

Thank you for being there for every big moment even when you were in pain or didn’t feel good, for helping me with my school work even when you didn’t understand it at all, for always pushing me to do what I believed in no matter who didn’t like it, for supporting my decisions, for being my bigger me and for being the best father me and Angie could have ever ask for. I didn’t think I’d lose you this soon and I miss you so much but I’m glad you are at peace, I’m glad you are never gonna be in pain again. We will see you again one day daddy, till then please watch over us. I will make sure to tell my children every story you told me and every memory I have of you. I love you so much dad please never forget that.

Lauren and Allan Contreras

November 21, 2020

May your family and friends offer the support, strength and love you need in this tremendously difficult time . Sending our love from New Jersey.

Catherine williams

November 21, 2020

MY CONDOLENCES TO FAMILY, GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, GOOD PERSON WITH BIGGEST SMILE, KIND HEARTED, CARING, ALWAYS WILLING LEND HELPING HAND TO OTHERS, I ENJOYED HIS COOKING, WHEN I VISITED MADE ME FEEL @ HOME, RESTING IN ARMS OF JESUS, SLEEP WELL. 🙏❤

Angela Roman

November 21, 2020

I miss you dad more then you may know. I love you and I’m sorry I couldn’t save you I wish I could of. Thank you for always believing in me thank you for raising me like your own. You always made sure you were there to catch me. You went to every field trip and school dance. Though I know you would have rather been home. You walked me down the court isles and made sure that I was sure. You supported me even when it was tough and made sure I did what I felt in my heart was right. Thank you for loving Andy the way you did. Thank you for always taking care of Sara and I. Seeing you and mama threw the good and sometimes bad is something I will never forget.

Andy Medina roman

November 21, 2020

I miss you man, I miss you calling angie to see what I was doing to get on the Xbox. I miss you telling me not to let the girls take advantage of me. I miss your corny jokes, I miss coming to visit and you are in the same couch same position and either watching tv or on the Xbox. I miss when you use to message for chips or for candy. I miss the craziness we had together and I miss even your fried chicken that you cooked with burned oil. I don’t want to say goodbye because it just means I have to accept it so I will wear your memory in my heart and I will walk with your words on my shoulder. I love you Raoul and I wish you would have never left us but sometimes we have to accept things even if we don’t want to. I miss you, I love you and I will always see you as a dad sand a great friend.

Janeth Chavez

November 21, 2020

It’s more than one memory I remember when you guys used to be our neighbors I have a lot of memories of your dad. He was always a very nice kind man.

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FROM THE FAMILY

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