The funeral service will be conducted at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, October 8, 2016 at the Magnolia Missionary Baptist Church, 415 Hosie Waters Street, Montezuma, Georgia. Reverend Hosie Water, Pastor will officiate. Interment will follow in the Champ Waters Cemetery, 191 Twin Church Road, Montezuma, Georgia.
Kelvin James Williams “Scrap” as he was affectionately called was born January 20, 1965 in Montezuma, Georgia to Mildred Williams Johnson and Ernest Johnson . He was educated in the public school system of Macon County where he graduated in 1983 from the historic D.F. Douglass High School. During his high school years, he was a member of the D.F. Douglass High School Hornet Marching Band, the Football, and Track and Field Teams. He was awarded a scholarship in music specializing in the Trumpet. After high school he was employed with Mulcoa as a Forklift Operator and later he was employed with Southern Ag of Albany, Georgia as a Commercial Truck Driver.
He joined the Magnolia Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Hosie Waters where he supported every facet of the church he loved so well. He will be certainly missed by his Christian family and friends.
He leaves to cherish his memory: parents, Mildred Williams Johnson and Ernest Johnson of Oglethorpe, Georgia; daughter Kalveana Williams of Hartford, Connecticut; three siblings Ronnie Williams (Regina Little), Montezuma, Georgia, Susie Brantley (Derek) Columbus, Georgia, Carroll Holmes ( Antoino Sr.), Warner Robins, Georgia; two half siblings Elbert “Man” Paster (Carol), Montezuma, Georgia, Connie Mack Davis, Atlanta, Georgia; companion Joyce Lowe , Oglethorpe, Georgia, stepson and daughter Ebony Lowe Griffen (Mike), Warner Robins, Georgia, Cortez Lowe, Perry, Georgia; niece and nephews Antionna E.S. Holmes, Nicholas Little, Montezuma, Georgia, Quenton & Cameron Brantley, all of Columbus, Georgia, Antonio Homes Jr. (AJ), Warner Robins, Georgia, aunts and uncles Mary Anna Joiner, Jannie Mae Smith Betty Ann Williams, Bessie Lee Williams, Walter Cross, all of Montezuma, Georgia, and Billy Journey (Lois) Atlanta, Georgia; a host of devoted cousins relatives and friends.