ForeverMissed
Service Information
Thursday, July 2, 2020 10AM Visitation 11AM Service
Inspirational Bible Church
11450 Sebring Drive; Forest Park, OH 45240

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dante Williams 42 years old , born on July 11, 1977 and passed away on June 16, 2020. We will remember him forever.

Dante Timothy Williams born on July 11, 1977, in Cincinnati Ohio to Harvey and Donnie (Cal) Williams.

Graduate of Western Hills High School 1995; Cincinnati, OH. Dante was a leader and loved by many. In high school he ran for student council president his senior year and won. Dante touched many lives with his humor and talent. He also performed in many choir competitions. As a child Dante always loved music, especially gospel music. No matter how much he performed, Dante always found his way back to his Baptist roots and his love for gospel music. 

There was no room he walked in to and didn’t brighten it with a joke. He loved spending time making others laugh or just lending a listening ear and a helping hand. 

Dante loved his family more than anything, after his dad passed, Dante became the man of the house helping his mother and helping his sister with his niece and nephew. We always looked forward to when he would bake one of his delicious cakes. Family vacations were always a favorite especially, those at the beach.  Dante was gentle, kind and at times very stubborn, however he was loved dearly. He will truly be missed by his friends and family.

Dante was preceded in death by his devoted father Harvey T. Williams. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving mother, Donnie Williams; Sister Tira Michelle Williams; brother Randy Williams of Georgia; niece Leah Williams; nephews Demetrius Williams, Brian Durham and Chandler Durham; a very special “Uncle David Williams” (Patty); dear friend Lamar; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.

Posted by Luka Ashley Carter on July 2, 2020
It feels as though my heart has been shattered into a million pieces.

So many years, so many memories, so many catch phrases, so many stories, fights, pageants, tears, laughs, performance mixes, shows, texts, road trips, bars and nightclubs, texts and phone calls at all hours of the day or night, you showing up at my house unannounced to pick me and my sewing machine and laptop up at 4am to sew you an entirely new dress and mix a brand new number, so many drinks and shots, and so, so, SO many “questionable life choices”- so much fun.

You were, maybe, the closest thing I’ve ever had to a “best friend”.

I can only imagine what Momma Donna, and your family are feeling right now, because my heart is just ACHING.

I miss you.
I love you.
and
I hope, someday, I’ll hear your voice yelling “MERNA!” Only to turn around and see you standing there, impatiently waiting with that look on your face, followed by “c’mon, get that sewing machine, I got us a new project.”

Thank you, for everything, but mostly- thank you for allowing me into your life, and choosing to be a part of mine.
Posted by Bruce Owsley on June 26, 2020
Dante was my best friend. He always had my back. He was a true confident and protector. He was a special person and new the true meaning of loyalty and friendship. I will greatly miss him but I know that we will see each other again.Rest in peace and free of pain my friend. It has been a joy and honor to know you.
Posted by Mike Mckinney on June 24, 2020
Where to begin? Its really hard to comprehend that you are really gone. You will be missed by many! You were the most loving hard headed person I knew. I will never forget running out of gas in the Rolls Royce Limo right behind the jail and all 7 of us jumped in a cab and went to Shell on Vine to get some gas in a gas can. Only us could that happen to. The memories I will cherish forever! Rest in peace and just know you were loved by many. Just remember "Aint no body Love Ya Better" then all of us!
Posted by Necey Brock on June 24, 2020
We have had some fun fun times. I'm gonna miss the nicknames we always had for each other. I Remember us going out of town not knowing where we were going. Went straight to hotel, you were a walking Atlas. So many stories to tell. I'm going to MISS you so much and LOVE you forever!
REST IN PARADISE, MY FRIEND❣❣❣

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Posted by Luka Ashley Carter on July 2, 2020
It feels as though my heart has been shattered into a million pieces.

So many years, so many memories, so many catch phrases, so many stories, fights, pageants, tears, laughs, performance mixes, shows, texts, road trips, bars and nightclubs, texts and phone calls at all hours of the day or night, you showing up at my house unannounced to pick me and my sewing machine and laptop up at 4am to sew you an entirely new dress and mix a brand new number, so many drinks and shots, and so, so, SO many “questionable life choices”- so much fun.

You were, maybe, the closest thing I’ve ever had to a “best friend”.

I can only imagine what Momma Donna, and your family are feeling right now, because my heart is just ACHING.

I miss you.
I love you.
and
I hope, someday, I’ll hear your voice yelling “MERNA!” Only to turn around and see you standing there, impatiently waiting with that look on your face, followed by “c’mon, get that sewing machine, I got us a new project.”

Thank you, for everything, but mostly- thank you for allowing me into your life, and choosing to be a part of mine.
Posted by Bruce Owsley on June 26, 2020
Dante was my best friend. He always had my back. He was a true confident and protector. He was a special person and new the true meaning of loyalty and friendship. I will greatly miss him but I know that we will see each other again.Rest in peace and free of pain my friend. It has been a joy and honor to know you.
Posted by Mike Mckinney on June 24, 2020
Where to begin? Its really hard to comprehend that you are really gone. You will be missed by many! You were the most loving hard headed person I knew. I will never forget running out of gas in the Rolls Royce Limo right behind the jail and all 7 of us jumped in a cab and went to Shell on Vine to get some gas in a gas can. Only us could that happen to. The memories I will cherish forever! Rest in peace and just know you were loved by many. Just remember "Aint no body Love Ya Better" then all of us!
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Shared by Mykey Hess on June 26, 2020
So many stories created over the many years, it’s not possible to pick just one. You were always there for me and sometimes it didn’t even take a phone call you just seemed to know. I miss you greatly, fly high with those wings. Until we meet again my friend 

Forever Missed

Shared by Beulah Newton on June 25, 2020
An awsome nephew and cousin! My cousin who always showed up from miles away to support our family during some very trying times to see his Aunt Mattie Grace with that big smile and teddy bear hug I will cherish those moments forever. You cant forget that large chuckel of a laugh that he had. Let's not forget he could too. The love that he had for his mom shows his integrity. Fly away my dear cousin to be the angel that you are
"Love your cousin Beulah"