ForeverMissed

Kenny was born on September 13, 1979 in Chicago, Illinois to Augusta-Cleveland and Charlotte (Patterson) Williams. He dedicated his life to Jehovah God and on August 2, 2019 was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses. He was preceded in death by his father, Augusta Williams and brother, Augustus (Kinté) Williams.  He is survived by his beloved mother, Charlotte Williams and siblings, Angela Williams and Kevin Williams, plus many dear nieces and nephews, extended family and loving friends.

Kenny was especially close to his older brother "Kinté"; they were the best of friends and when young they did everything together. It was after Kinté's sudden and unexpected death in June 2016, that a devastated and downhearted Kenny made the life-altering decision to change his life and began studying God's word the Bible.

Through his studies Kenny learned that one day he would see his beloved Kinté again, right here on a restored paradise earth. This Bible promise plus learning of the many other wonderful changes that God's kingdom will bring about moved Kenny to start writing to his relatives and many others so he could share with them his joy and hope. 

Kenny will be best remembered as a gentle and kind man who was always willing to help others whenever there was a need. He was faithful to his God until his untimely death and is safely secure in Jehovah's memory—the best place to be!


John 5:28, 29: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.”

Revelation 21:3 & 4: “With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain b anymore. The former things have passed away.”

Psalms 37:9-11, 29: “For evil men will be done away with, but those hoping in Jehovah will possess the earth. Just a little while longer, and the wicked will be no more; You will look at where they were, and they will not be there. But the meek will possess the earth, and they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace…The righteous will possess the earth, and they will live forever on it.”


Posted by Mary Brooks1234 on February 27, 2021
My dear Charlotte,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved son.
In times of tears, remember the laughter,
In times of sadness, remember the smiles.
In times of loneliness, remember all you shared.
I hope it helps you to know you'll have these loving memories forever.
Posted by Shaniqua Williams-edwards on February 26, 2021
I wasn’t going to do this, but the more I thought on it the more I knew it had to be done. But what to say? It’s all so cliche but that’s what makes them cliche right? Because they’re used so often, and why? Because they’re truth. I’m going to miss him so much, a cliche. I wish we had more pictures together that I could look back on, cliche. I wish he was here so I could just say to him “I love you” once more, yet another cliche. Yet another truth. I wish I could have hugged him more, I wish we could have played more video games together, I wish I called him more, I wish I could hear his laugh again, I wish I was getting a call from him on my birthday this year, I wish, I wish, I wish. Cliche, cliche and cliche, but all my truth nonetheless. I’m going to miss my uncle Kenny and I hope he knew how much he was loved and never doubted it. Rest well uncle Kenny, and say hi to uncle Kinte for me. I’ll miss you always.❤️
Posted by Angela Williams on February 17, 2021
There are no words that can really be put into words about my feelings of losing my baby brother. Although we were far away in distance we made up for it by regularly communicating and my heart is aching as I try to say somethin in honor of him. It was a true honor and privilege to have been given a gift of my baby brother. He was the chocolate drop of the family lol is what my mom would say, God I just wish he was still here with us today. But his time on earth for now is done, ill cherish the memories and remember all the times we had so much fun. This is so hard to say goodbye, so I bid farewell with tears in my eyes. I love you just doesn't seem like a lot to say but its all I can do, for now you are gone and ill be forever missing you. So special you were and forever you will be, so rest up for now as I bid farewell to my baby brother Kenny. One of the hardest things I'll ever have to do, Is try to figure out how to live without you. Where I go you will be as well and thats just how we won't ever be split apart. Ill carry you with me everywhere deep inside my heart. I loved my little brother so much and he loved me back thats why we kept in touch. I just wanted more time but the time we had will have to be enough but man this loss right here is really really rough. From your Only true sister with love in my heart
Posted by Reginald Patterson on February 16, 2021
My dearest sister Charlotte, my dear Neice Angela and nephew Kevin, words cannot express my love for each of you. I too miss our dearly departed nephew Kenny. Too my host of other family members please know what we shared with Kenny cannot ever be taken away nor forgotten. His memory will forever stay in our hearts and mind. Charlotte I am here for you, nieces and nephews I am here for you also. Family means so much especially now when we need each other so much. Love will keep us together as we go forward, let us never wander too far from one another wherever we are or where we go. I love you all and I will always remember my brother Kenny. ❤️
Posted by Doris Jones on February 15, 2021
Dear Charlotte my prayers are always with my dear sister. May Jehovah keep you strong at this time because you have the hope of being with Kenneth again. Love you dearly.
Posted by Brenda Patterson on February 15, 2021
Thank you for sharing with us your pictures and scriptures...we get a glimpse of who our brother was. Many prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of loss. Take comfort in knowing your son had a relationship with Jehovah and...Jehovah is not unrighteous to forget our work and the love we showed for his name. (Heb. 6:10)
Posted by Cheryl Shoals on February 14, 2021
Kenny was a great brother. It was heartwarming to welcome him as our Christian brother in 2019. He was growing and progressing so beautifully in his relationship with Jehovah God. Frank and I look forward getting to know him better and welcoming him back soon in paradise. Missing you until then...
Posted by Janet Houston on February 14, 2021
Sister I am sorry for your loss it's not easy losing a loved one but Jehovah gives us strength and he will sustain us as we look forward to meeting with them again keep the faith and stay strong love your sister.
Posted by Charlotte Williams on February 6, 2021
I wait for the time when Kenny and all his dear love ones will be back on a paradise earth with no more sickness or pain even death will be gone forever!!

He's resting in Jehovah God's memory he was faithful to the end
What a blessing!

John 5:28 & 29, Revelation 21:3 & 4, Psalms 37:9-11, 29

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Posted by Mary Brooks1234 on February 27, 2021
My dear Charlotte,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved son.
In times of tears, remember the laughter,
In times of sadness, remember the smiles.
In times of loneliness, remember all you shared.
I hope it helps you to know you'll have these loving memories forever.
Posted by Shaniqua Williams-edwards on February 26, 2021
I wasn’t going to do this, but the more I thought on it the more I knew it had to be done. But what to say? It’s all so cliche but that’s what makes them cliche right? Because they’re used so often, and why? Because they’re truth. I’m going to miss him so much, a cliche. I wish we had more pictures together that I could look back on, cliche. I wish he was here so I could just say to him “I love you” once more, yet another cliche. Yet another truth. I wish I could have hugged him more, I wish we could have played more video games together, I wish I called him more, I wish I could hear his laugh again, I wish I was getting a call from him on my birthday this year, I wish, I wish, I wish. Cliche, cliche and cliche, but all my truth nonetheless. I’m going to miss my uncle Kenny and I hope he knew how much he was loved and never doubted it. Rest well uncle Kenny, and say hi to uncle Kinte for me. I’ll miss you always.❤️
Posted by Angela Williams on February 17, 2021
There are no words that can really be put into words about my feelings of losing my baby brother. Although we were far away in distance we made up for it by regularly communicating and my heart is aching as I try to say somethin in honor of him. It was a true honor and privilege to have been given a gift of my baby brother. He was the chocolate drop of the family lol is what my mom would say, God I just wish he was still here with us today. But his time on earth for now is done, ill cherish the memories and remember all the times we had so much fun. This is so hard to say goodbye, so I bid farewell with tears in my eyes. I love you just doesn't seem like a lot to say but its all I can do, for now you are gone and ill be forever missing you. So special you were and forever you will be, so rest up for now as I bid farewell to my baby brother Kenny. One of the hardest things I'll ever have to do, Is try to figure out how to live without you. Where I go you will be as well and thats just how we won't ever be split apart. Ill carry you with me everywhere deep inside my heart. I loved my little brother so much and he loved me back thats why we kept in touch. I just wanted more time but the time we had will have to be enough but man this loss right here is really really rough. From your Only true sister with love in my heart
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Shared by Sabrina Hayes on February 12, 2021
I really going to miss Kenneth. He was a gentle soul, kind, he was helpful. When I had technical difficulties he would help me out. I would love to see him in paradise earth.