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Donald "Ed" Williams, 66 years old, went to be with the Lord, August 28, 2020 in Middletown, Ohio. He was born on August 31, 1953 in Middletown, Ohio. Ed is preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Marjorie Williams; his wife of 21 years, Cheryl Ann Manley; his daughter, Hannah Williams; and his father-in-law, Frank Turner. He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife of 22 years, Cheryl Lee Williams; his caring children, Dan Williams, Tricia (Ryan) Carder, Racheal Peck, Becca Hurst, Caleb Williams, Justin (Christina) Hurst, and Brandon Hurst; his brothers, Mike Williams, Tim (Teresa) Williams, and James (Gayla) Williams; along with 12 grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends. A funeral service to honor Ed's memory will be held Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at Dixie Highway Christian Center, 5287 S. Dixie Hwy., Franklin, Ohio 45005. Viewing hours from 11-noon; service to start at noon with Pastor Dave Bowling presiding.
Posted by DEBI CHUPKA on September 1, 2020
My all time best memory was when we were little and would go with Granma to the store. They had gotten a new car with power brakes. So the next time we went with her you decided we should sit in the floor in the back seat. Granma asked why we were in the floor. You said: Granma your just gonna throw us here anyway" I always remember the big laugh we got with her!!
Posted by Gayla Williams on August 31, 2020
I will never forget your "Contagious" laughter that always left the biggest smile in my heart and on my face! You were definitely "One of a Kind" and your laughter and kind soul will never be forgotten!

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Posted by DEBI CHUPKA on September 1, 2020
My all time best memory was when we were little and would go with Granma to the store. They had gotten a new car with power brakes. So the next time we went with her you decided we should sit in the floor in the back seat. Granma asked why we were in the floor. You said: Granma your just gonna throw us here anyway" I always remember the big laugh we got with her!!
Posted by Gayla Williams on August 31, 2020
I will never forget your "Contagious" laughter that always left the biggest smile in my heart and on my face! You were definitely "One of a Kind" and your laughter and kind soul will never be forgotten!
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Shared by Shell Kinch on August 31, 2020
Where to begin, so many memories and stories run through my mind...my Uncle Eddie...My Uncle Eddie was a big man...but had an even bigger heart.  Some of my best childhood memories came from the holidays where Uncle Ed, Aunt Cheryl, and my cousins Danny, Tricia, and Caleb would come down from Ohio and we would all gather at my Mamaw and Papaws house.  All the cousins would be there playing outside waiting patiently (or impatiently) for them to arrive!  When they would get there,  there would be laughing and hellos and a giant, great, big bear hug from my Uncle Eddie...cause that's kinda what he was like, a big ole bear lol.  But he was also the kindest, soft spoken man I have ever known.  He would always do something for us nieces and nephews when he would come down and always made us feel special and loved so much.  One summer I was able to go and spend quite a bit of time with them in Ohio, it was a summer i would never forget.  Staying with them was something super special to me as we never got a lot of time together...especially as the years went on.  Nothing in this world compares to how much i loved and respected him and how much he made an impact on my life.  Heaven gained one of the best Angel's on this earth.  All my love Uncle Eddie, you will be dearly missed❤❤❤