OBITUARY

Carol Edward Williams

December 24, 1946March 1, 2018
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Carol Edward Williams, age 72, of Plant City, Florida passed away on Thursday March 1, 2018. Carol was born December 24, 1946 in Dover, Florida. Hunting was his passion.

He was preceded in death by his father, Wilson W. Williams. Family who survive are sons, Dwayne Williams (Liesle), Stacy Williams, Michael Williams (Julie); daughters, Marisa Lehtola (David), Dena Bashlor (Bobby); mother, Opal Greene; siblings; 17 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; and ex-wife, Brenda Craft.

A visitation for Carol will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Wells Memorial and Event Center, 1903 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, FL 33563, followed by a funeral service at11:00 AM. Burial will follow at W. Oaklawn Cemetery in Plant City, FL.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.WellsMemorial.com for the Williams family.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, March 6, 2018
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Logan Williams

March 10, 2018

I miss paw paw he was my greatest paw paw I want to spend more time with him but I know he is in heaven I miss you paw paw but we will get to talk again...Love little loag

Kelsea Lehtola

March 10, 2018

I love you first!
- pawpaw's little angel ❤️🐒

Kelsea Lehtola

March 10, 2018

I love you first!

- pawpaw's little angel ❤️🐒

Hanna Powell

March 5, 2018

Any life without you Uncle Carl, is a sad life. Your memory will always be cherished and your funny ways will be missed. Gonna miss you greeting me at family events and etc. "Hanna Banana, look at you. How you been?" You always were a positive person and I'm going to miss you. Love you Uncle Carl, and until we meet again.

Alissa Williams

March 4, 2018

Every memory with my pawpaw was a great memory. Some of the best memories with him though, were times spent in the woods with him. He loved to hunt and he passed that passion on to my dad, me and a couple cousins of mine. I followed his lead through the woods, and looking back now, I cherish following behind and having the opportunity to take unexpected pictures and watch him enjoy his passion. Not many granddaughters get to be close to their grandfather like I was. He taught me what to look for in a man and what to watch out for too. He raised an amazing man that I get to call my dad.I miss my pawpaw dearly but I know he is resting high on that mountain with Jesus. I love you pawpaw!

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