Dewayne Williams

January 5, 2021

Dewayne was the first-born of the four children of Mavin and Brenda. He grew up mostly in and around the area of Pensacola, FL. He was an active
member of Dogwood Park Baptist Church. During his time in Dothan, AL, he was a valued member of the Chamber of Commerce, contributing in so
many ways to the community there.

Dewayne’s greatest loves were his Lord, who he served so well and faithfully, and his beautiful family. He adored his loving wife, Janice, and his
children and grandchildren. He was known for his great compassion for others. Not one single soul would want for comfort and love if Dewayne had
anything to do with it. Dewayne showed up for others whether they were going though a hard time or in order to celebrate them. You could always
depend on Dewayne, and you still can because he passed on these wonderful qualities to his own children.

Dewayne loved spending time with extended family, and especially delighted in playing with his grandchildren. He was known for singing Christmas carols all year long with that beautiful voice and loved playing games and selling tractors. He was an incredible asset to his employers throughout his life including his current employer, Smith Tractor Company in Atmore. Every stranger Dewayne met soon became a friend, including his customers. Dewayne’s great laugh could fill a room and did fill many hearts.

Dewayne, we will miss your presence here on earth. We are sure by now you have met most of the people in heaven who are now calling you their
friend.

Dewayne was preceded in death by his son, Daniel Willams, father, Mavin Williams, sister, Cindy Williams, father-in-law, Robert Cutler, and brother-in-law, Dennis.

Dewayne will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Janice; son, Eric; daughters, Kristen Kite (Brad) and Katelyn Williams; grandchildren, Annie
and Brayden Kite; mother, Brenda Williams Fowler (Roger); brothers,  Troy Williams (Debbie) and Chad Williams (Beth); nieces, Brittany Turner (Josh), Autumn Williams, and Skyler Williams; mother-in-law, Virginia Cutler; sisters-in-law, Florence Cutler, Gail Hicks (Ken), Joni Boykin (Greg), Sherry Norton (Dennis); brothers-in-law, Bobby Cutler (Debbie), Eddie Cutler (Pam), and many, many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews.

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