Richard Williams


All Wars Memorial Building New York and Adriatic Avenues, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010, 10:00 am - 11:00 am


All Wars Memorial Building New York and Adriatic Avenues, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010, 11:00 am

Obituary of Richard Williams

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Richard Williams, was born on January 11, 1934, in Columbus, Ohio to the late Richard and Audrey Williams. He passed away quietly on Thursday, August 12, 2010. Richard loved to cook and was a great chef. He worked for many local establishments including: Kohr Brothers, Meadowview Nursing Home, and the Atlantic County Jail. His last employment was with Johnny D's pizzeria in Pleasantville, NJ as a delivery driver where he was well known and respected. Richard came to Atlantic City with his Father, in his early teens. Not only did he enjoy cooking; but he LOVED fishing as well as his love of watching baseball games. He met his wife of fifty years while he was working as a short order cook, at People's Drug Store. In later years, he joined the Elks, and traveled extensively with them. In 2009, he joined Shiloh Baptist Church, in Ocean City, N.J., under the leadership of Pastor John Winters of Philadelphia, PA; where he attended until his health began to fail. Richard is predeceased by his son's Kenny Williams and David Hepburn. He leaves to cherish fond memories and will be deeply missed by his beloved wife, Evangelist Margaret A. Williams, of Egg Harbor Township, NJ; Son, Thomas Hepburn of Hammonton, NJ; Daughters, Audrey Hawkins of Egg Harbor Township, NJ; Nyree Thompson and Lisa Thompson of Atlantic City, NJ; His Grandchildren, Olympia Williams, Alisha Williams, Monique Hawkins, Chaenel Hawkins, Ta-rresha Hawkins, Ajahnea Smith, LaDana Hepburn-Tennant, Chereyse Hepburn-Rennie, Thomas Hepburn Jr., Sujeit Carmona, Kenyalee Carmona, William Johnson, Kenny William Jr., Michael Williams, David Hepburn Jr., Jaynice Hepburn and Shakia Hepburn; along with his great grandchildren and a host of special friends. Lovingly Submitted, The Family
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