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Mr. Dwight Williams

Mr. Dwight Williams

Beloved Father, Son, & Brother

On Sunday, the 6th of August, 2023, our dear Dwight Williams bid us farewell, leaving behind cherished memories as a loving father, devoted brother, and trusted friend. He gracefully departed at the age of 67 in Marshall, TX, enveloped by the warmth of our love.

Born on October 15, 1955, in the heart of Los Angeles, California, Dwight’s journey was one of purpose and heart. His alma mater, Dominguez High School, witnessed his graduation in 1973, a testament to his dedication and determination. With a hunger for knowledge, he pursued higher education at Compton College, enriching his understanding of the world.

The U.S. Navy became a canvas for Dwight’s talents, as he meticulously cared for aircraft as an esteemed mechanic. His service to the nation was a reflection of his unwavering commitment. It was during this time that he also found love, joining his life with Sabrina Horton. Together, they welcomed a precious gift, their daughter Janille, whose laughter and love brought endless joy to Dwight’s heart.

In the tapestry of his life, 1990 marked a new chapter. Dwight’s entrepreneurial spirit flourished as he embarked on a journey in the world of trucking, transporting frozen treasures from California to Florida. Texas embraced him next, offering a home where he thrived, leaving an indelible mark on its soil.

Dwight’s charisma and warmth created bonds that endured through time. His journey was not one traveled alone; it was a tapestry woven with threads of friendship, love, and kindness. He leaves behind a legacy that shines brightly in the hearts of those who were fortunate to know him.

As we bid farewell to Dwight, let us remember the smiles he shared, the wisdom he imparted, and the love he showered upon us. His legacy is etched in the beauty of moments shared, and in our hearts, reminding us that love is eternal, and memories are forever.

Service Information

Saturday, September 2, 2023
11 AM
Judea Baptist Church
599 FM 805
Jefferson, TX 75657
Rev. Eddie R. Burns, Officiating

Judea Baptist Church Cemetery
Jefferson, Texas

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