OBITUARY

Robert Dale Newton Williams

November 18, 1992September 9, 2020
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Robert Dale Newton Williams was born on November 18, 1992 in Columbus, Ohio and passed away on September 9, 2020 in Nokomis, Florida and is under the care of Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Homes & Cremation Services.

Robert Dale Newton Williams will be held on September 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, 1935 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL. Prayer Service will be held on September 15, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, 1935 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL.

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Services

  • Robert Dale Newton Williams

    Tuesday, September 15, 2020

  • Prayer Service

    Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Memories

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PeggySue Brandenburg

September 17, 2020

Kimmie, I am so so shocked and so very sorry to hear about R D!! I just don't even know what to say. I adored you and your family and had hopes of us all being "family" someday at one point, I genuinely cared and I never forgot. When I heard the news, I cried. I've prayed some very big prayers for you and for your strength ... no one can understand the pain you must be feeling. But, please please take to mind and heart that you are a special lady and you have a sweet daughter, and wow your son was and will always be a kind and good hearted young man. God Bless you all. Genuinely, Your Friend and sister in Christ, PeggySue (Leah's mom, Brennen's Gramma)

Chris and misty Shotwell

September 16, 2020

It so hard to even know what to write , we are so very sorry and heart broken to hear this news . So many wonderful memories of the boys . We are praying for you all ❤️🙏

Dylan Staton

September 15, 2020

I dont know where to start with the memories man we had so many. But one that does stand out was when we was like 8 or so. We was wrestling in my living room and my dog rocky bit you and you was crying 😂 . When we took you home your dad was laughing at you and said you got bit by 2 pound Yorkie and it didn't even break the skin.

Natalee Miller

September 15, 2020

RD words can’t describe how I feel about your passing but I want you to know, I’ll forever cherish the times we spent together. You were always just a phone call away and answered my calls, no matter what time of day it was. I remember being pregnant with Ashton & my parents went on vacation, I called you to come stay with me because I was scared & we stayed up all night just talking and eating pizza. I remember when your house burnt down when we were just little kids. I remember driving around with you to deliver pizzas when you worked at Pizza Hut & when we’d spend all night at catfishersman’s paradise. I can remember when you’d get grounded, your dad would say “you can hangout with Natalee & that’s it” 😂

Your time might’ve been cut short but I know you were making someone laugh the entire time you were here with us. You always lit up the entire room. Save a spot for me to fish when I get up there 🎣

Lori Compton

September 14, 2020

Arnie and Kim,

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son. My prayers are with you all ❤️

Lori Compton (Theado)

Shelly Smith

September 14, 2020

When i think of you I will always remember your Tn. Trips when you were young and the family would go to Boone lake you always had a smile on your face. I didn't get to see alot of your football games but I do remember cheering for you and how proud we all were. I'll never forget when we're came to your house and you were so funny telling us about the alligator in your back yard . You will truly be missed . Love you bunches.
Shelly

Paul Griffin

September 14, 2020

I had the privilege to be meet Robert (RD) when he came to Dunklin. And be a part of his journey. We lived in the same dorm together and i got know him very good. I remember when our mothers visited us and stayed and we all were in the room played corn hole together and he learned over and expressed how grateful he was his family was back in his life. He was a godly man and loved to make people smile and laugh. Even when we were playing sports he was competitive but always had very positive energy and would lift people up when they were down. Im going to miss him but I know he is looking down and in a better place. I love you RD

Ross Franklin

September 14, 2020

RobertDale was was always a great friend. I remember the many times we would go fishing, play sports or boxing at his house and he was always so passionate and energetic at what he would do. I remember he and I going to church together and that was always special to me. We would always drink coffee when we were younger because we thought we were so cool. Not only was RobertDale a great friend to me he was great to my parents. I can’t say how many times my mom or dad would tell me how respectful he was to them and that meant a lot to me. We will all miss RobertDale tremendously and keep his family in our thoughts.

Ashley Carty

September 13, 2020

Boys fishing trip 2019 ❤

We love you and are praying for you.

Sarah Gulley

September 13, 2020

Hmm.. where to start.
He always was the one to hang out with someone no matter what. He was kind to everyone.
It’s hard to think of one memory. Probably the most memorable was when we were all hanging out and we kept trying to get him to wear this famous red bridesmaid dress everyone wore. He refused. So as we all left the house to go outside for a minute we had him check the door to make sure it wasn’t locked since he was the last one out. So when we tried to get back in the house of course it was locked. No worries, there was a hidden key! Except it wasn’t there ...
We checked all the windows and finally like super high off the ground we found a window that was unlocked and hoisted Jeremiah up to let us in. Since he failed at the door he agreed to finally wear the red dress and pose for some pics! That’s where the red dress pictures came from. Him and Jeremiah were too funny in those pictures.
My other fun memory is playing pickle in your back yard with him and some of the boys.
He was just such a teddy bear and always trying to make us laugh.
Also all the peewee football games with Kim yelling in the stands lol
He was such a big part of our childhood, him being gone has really left a whole in all of our hearts...

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