General Lee Williams
  • 73 years old
  • Date of birth: Dec 6, 1938
  • Date of passing: Jun 14, 2012
Let the memory of General Lee be with us forever

Mr. General Lee Williams died June 14, 2012.
Funeral service for Mr. General Lee Williams of Alexander City, Alabama will be Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at Pine Grove Baptist Church at 1:00pm. Burial will follow at Dadeville City Cemetery.

Professional services provided by Wrights Funeral Home in Alexander City AL. http://www.wrightsfuneralservice.com

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Angelia Williams on 7th December 2015

"December 6, 2015 dad was 77 years old. My fi'ance Xavier and l visited his gravesite, and added a red rose. Dad you are missed so much. Its been 3 years 5 months, 7 days, 5 hours, and 49 minutes. I miss you more now than ever. You left a voicemail on my answering service a day or so before you died. I still play it. To calm myself, after greiving your loss. I can actually touch the answering service, and feel your vocals. As l listen. Thanks for being my dad all those years. Thanks for continuing to watch over me jn Heaven. You are and always have been "my angel". You have a,grandson now. His name is,Levi Grayson Williams. Coco named him after you. He knows your picture. As we talk of you constantly. Bre and Coco think of you, and misses you dearly too. Love is even stronger from Heaven to Earth. Between you, me, Coco, and your great grands :) Who knew you would have a grandson to carry your name on. We want forget you ever.  I love you, and miss you very, very much. Your baby girl, Angelia Marie Williams"

This tribute was added by Angelia Williams on 13th May 2015

"I love you, and I miss you like crazy. It's been 3 years, but the pain of losing you. Feels like you left me yesterday. No one knows or seems to care,  about the pain associated with losing you. I cry sometimes daily. Nothing or no one can feel the void of missing you. I often think to myself. Why didn't dad tell me he dying? You knew dad, and out of love and that fatherly protection. Which you gave so gracefully, and proudly, and willingly. You chose not to tell me. I believe your decision was based on "not hurting me". Well, I love you for thinking of my best interest. Rest in peace dad. The promise that  I made to you. I'm living up to it. I'm good, and I'm making you proud of me. I love you, and I miss you. I hope to see you in Heaven baby boy. If you should see aunt Lucille and Tie. Tell them, to give you big hug and kiss for me. Tell them, I said hello and give them each a great big hug. Love always. Your baby girl, Angelia Marie Williams....I love that name. You named me."

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