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L’Erin Ricoh Williams

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L’Erin Ricoh Williams

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January 1, 1984 – February 20, 2019

The memories of Mr. L’Erin Ricoh Williams was honored and celebrated during the celebration of his life service that was held Saturday, March 2, 2019 at Clemons Chapel Methodist Church with Reverend William M. Davis Eulogist and Pastor Mamie Caldwell officiating and Pastor Wilhelmina Jordon and Minister Lucille Crawford along with other minister assisting. Family and friends from near and afar witness and reflected of their personal encounters during his life, L’Erin Ricoh Williams, and how he became their hero.“ Earth has No Sorrow that Heaven cannot Heal.

L’Erin Ricoh Williams was born January 1,1984 (New Year’s Baby) to the parents of Willie H. Williams and Lillian Humphries Williams. With open arms the Heavenly Father called Ricoh home in a peaceful manner with his family by his side on February 20, 2019. Ricoh was a native of Putnam County. He graduated in 2002 from Putnam County High School. He was employed by Harbin Lumber Company. Ricoh was a very outgoing person and very creative. He was a master craftsman. His hobbies included cooking on the grill, watching his favorite football team LSU play, dancing, drawing and enjoying family time. In the year of 2009, the joy of his life was born, his daughter Erin Richel Williams. Ricoh brought so much love and joy in our lives and to all those who were around him. This gentle, loving, caring, and wonderful man will truly be missed. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Jannie Mae Humphries, Gladys and Adolphus Williams Sr., uncle David Humphries, Oscar Williams, Peter Williams, Eddie Williams, Adolphus Williams Jr.; and aunts: Carolyn Clemons, Jacquelyn Pounds and his special cousin Jack B. Ward Jr.

He leaves to cherish his fond memories to his lovely wife Jennifer Williams, his daughter Erin Williams, his parents Lillian Humphries Williams and Willie Williams; his aunts and uncles; Betty (William) Davis of Pflugerville, TX, Sally Humphries, Doris Clemons, Betty Jean Williams, Annie Ruth Humphries , Sammy (Syree) Williams all of Eatonton, GA, Dilcie Williams of Newark, NJ, Larry (Tricia) Humphries of Eustis, FL, James Humphries of Athens, GA, Freddie (Debra) Humphries of Atlanta, GA, and James Williams of Milledgeville GA, two great aunts Lillian Wright and Beatrice Clemons; mother-in-law Joyce Echols, three godchildren; Courtney Holiday, Charlie Dunn and Dakota Denham, and a host of cousins and friends.

Hurt s Funeral Home of Eatonton was in charge of final arrangements.