Alcimus Harrison “Punk” Williams passed away on the morning of April 6, 2020 in his home beside his beloved wife Mary Ann Williams. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. He was a kind, gentle and caring man to all who knew him. Throughout his life he had a 64 yr job history with local and state law enforcement. Which included a long stint within the state probation system. Through those years he volunteered and served on several event security teams. One of which included that of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. While in high school Harrison competed on the school’s baseball team which extended into an All Star Team after graduation. He was able to travel for many years competing at the All Star level and at one time he was even offered a position on a Major League Baseball team. Harrison was always one to take care of others before ever thinking about himself. He would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it. He had a love for all like no other. Private Services will be held.
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Mr. Williams was preceded in death by: First Wife - Faye Williams; Grandson - Ryan Wingfield
Survivors include: Wife - Mary Ann Williams; Daughters - Vicky and Kirk Hoffman and Melissa Earwood; Sons - Ken Williams, Tim and Terri Williams, Terry and Kim Williams and Andrew and Jessica Wingfield; Grandchildren - Jennifer Waters, Jessica Starr, Tyler Hoffman, Ryan Williams, Thomas Hoffman, Lauren Williams, Rylee Earwood; Many Great Grandchildren and Nieces and Nephews.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to local hospitals for COVID-19 Relief.