- Visitation Sunday, September 16, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, September 17, 2018
Tanner Lewis Williams
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September 27, 2018
The winter of 2016..... In the camper. Thoes days changed something inside of me. Thank you again TANNER. I am forever grateful to have met you! In my ❤ is where I keep you friend. Until we meet again.
September 22, 2018
I will NEVER forget about the friendship we had through the thick and thin. Even when life took us in separate paths we still made time to get together and hangout. The memories we’ve made and the shenanigans we got ourselves into. They made some of the best times of my childhood growing up. I looked at you and loved you like you were my little brother. We used to be hanging out riding our bikes around everywhere all over Milton. Then grew up into driving our cars and doing even dumber things. There won’t be a day I don’t think of you when I’m riding your longboard. The last time we hungout you were telling me how much you were proud of me for going so far from where I was. I’m glad you’re no longer hurting anymore. We’ll see each other again. 💯
September 18, 2018
Tanner, my sweet best friend. From the moment we met, we clicked. You were my best friend and the little one in the friend group. When I had a 2 month old and his dad was locked up, you took the sleepless nights. You made me bottles. You went shopping for me. Watched my baby while I worked. You saved me from so many scary situations. You always had a shoulder to cry on and a bed to sleep in. Countless nights spent chilling in your room just talking. You were always in love with me. I told you you were too young, that I didn’t want to ruin our friendship. Which is true and something I would’ve done. I never could’ve given you what you deserved, couldn’t risk losing you and our friendship, so I would never do that. Regardless, you stayed. One of the ONLY people in my entire life that never hurt me. That only did good for me. You were too good for me and too good for this world. I wish I had never let your child’s mom come between our friendship. You’ll always hold the biggest chunk of my heart and I promise I’ll forever wear the ring you gave me. You were such a blessing to my son and myself. He loved you like a second father. I’d give anything to go back and redo our time together. There isn’t much I would change. The lord took the biggest part of me and I’ll never forgive myself for not kidnapping you and forcing you to live with me forever. You’re my best friend. I love you. My family loves you. No one will ever take your place. The sweetest, most selfless and loving man I’ve ever met. You had all the potential but never had a chance. I will always miss you. All the adventures, all the sleepless nights, the soul talks, playing and arguing like a married couple, everything. My guardian angel. Please watch over, guide, and protect my son and I. I wish I could join you, but god has other plans. I love you so much, my sweet baby. Words can never ever explain how big of a chunk of my heart and soul and meaning is gone. I love you, baby tanner. You’re my entire world.
September 17, 2018
Tanner, I remember the night I first saw you at 12 oaks. I wasn’t sure about you but I quickly learned don’t judge a book by its cover. We got to know each other and became friends. Tanner this is a big loss and a huge void. I will always remember your kind heart and your ability to calm the troubled waters. You were always so kind I can’t recall ever seeing you angry. Even though I could see your heart was hurting. We were both strong men with heart of gold. Your love for your son was so admired by the many people that came to know you. When you showed me your sons picture. I could see the look and gleam in your face. Thank you for always being so kind to me. You will be missed my friend. May you Rest In Peace. Alex Trevino
September 16, 2018
September 16, 2018