ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clinton Williams Jr, 58 years old, born on August 7, 1962, and passed away on April 17, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jackie Brantley on April 24, 2021
Don't panic. I'm with you. There's no need to fear I'll give you strength. I'll help you. I, your God, have a firm grip on you and I am not letting go (Isaiah 41:10, 13).

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Posted by Jackie Brantley on April 24, 2021
Don't panic. I'm with you. There's no need to fear I'll give you strength. I'll help you. I, your God, have a firm grip on you and I am not letting go (Isaiah 41:10, 13).
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CLINTON JESSE WILLIAMS JR
Aka “Money” called by his beloved Grandmother, Virginia Williams, aka “Uncle Heavy” called by his nieces and nephews, aka “Junior”, “Clinton”, called by his sisters, aka “Clint” called by his wife.
Clinton was born in Southampton, New York, on August 7, 1962, to the late Clinton Jesse Williams Sr and the late Annelee Williams. They had six children from that union Luwana Smith, Sharron Clairborne, Reachelle Williams, Jacqueline Brantley, and Nina Scott Williams. 

Clinton attended Southampton Elementary School in his early years, then attended Brookhaven School District. He also earned a certificate in peer advocacy from Connecting for a Purpose
Clinton met and married Josette; they were together for fifteen years. He was a father figure to Alex, Christine, and Susie.

Clinton worshipped at Kings Chapel COGIC in Southampton, New York, in his early years. He also attended Burning Bush COGIC and Shiloh Temple COGIC in Bellport, New York. In his later year he attended church with Josette at Restoration and Revival in Patchogue, New York.
Clinton loved having deep discussions about the things of God and studying the Bible. Rapping and listening to music was one of his favorites pastimes. He enjoyed preparing and cooking food for his love ones. Clinton also, enjoyed reading an painting. He was loved by his community and had a personality that attracted people to him.  He was always willing to help his fellow man.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Josette Pierre-Louis-Williams, his stepchildren Alex, Christine, and Susie, his sisters Luwana Smith, of Riverhead, NY, Sharron Clairborne, of Riverhead, NY, Reachelle Williams of Syracuse, NY, Jacqueline Brantley of Naugatuck, CT, Nina Scott Williams of East Patchogue, NY, stepbrother, Forrest Robinson, (Channon) of Fayetteville, NC,  nieces, nephews, relatives, and a host friends.








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Well Done by Deitrick Haddon

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Rest in heaven my brother
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God knows when by TD Jakes

Shared by Luwana Smith on April 24, 2021
This was the last sermon Clinton listen to before going
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