Richard Maxwell Williams

September 10, 2019

Richard was born in Pensacola, Florida and raised his family in the Cantonment area where he resided until his passing. A lifetime member of Future Farmers of American, he was involved in the agricultural industry and a real estate broker for over 35 years. He was a hardworking man that raised his children and grandchildren to be the same. He instilled Christian values and the value of hard work to his family. All who knew him knew he had an outstanding character and his word was good with just a handshake.

He will be loved and missed by all.

He is preceded in death by his son, Richard Maxwell Williams, Jr.; mother, Mary Elizabeth Williams Harmon; sister, Linda C. Parker; and father, Walter M. Williams.

Richard is survived by his wife, Marjorie C. Williams; two sons, Timothy M. and Ronald K. (Jackie) Williams; daughter, Jeannie L. (Neil A.) Brown; granddaughter, Erica Faircloth; grandson, Dyllan Brown; four granddaughters, Shelby French, Lauren Volk, Tata Williams, and Taylor Williams; great-grandson, Hudson Paul Faircloth.

Funeral services were held Sunday, September 8, 2019, at Gonzalez United Methodist Church with Pastor Ramsey officiating.

Burial was in Gonzalez United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Faith Chapel Funeral Home North is entrusted with arrangements.


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