Charles Clifford Williams
February 15, 1937 - May 1, 2023

Charles Clifford Williams, 86, of Horn Beak, Tennessee passed away at his home on May 1, 2023. He was born on February 15, 1937 in Wilson, Arkansas to Lynn Elmer Williams and Ida Clifford Clayton Williams. Charles was an active member ember of the Ridgely Senior Center. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, sightseeing, and bird watching. He was also a supporter of the St. Jude’s Children Hospital. Survivors include; loving wife: Candy Williams of Rockford, Illinois; three sons: Charles A. Williams of Missouri, Marty C. Williams of Rockford, Illinois, and Michael J. Williams of Tuscumbia, Alabama; two daughters: Deana Borders of Mansfield, Missouri and Lori Jordan of Hartville, Missouri; two step daughters: Jennifer R. Kneubuehl of Davis, Illinois and Robin Olson of Rockford, Illinois; one sister: Juanita Franks of Rockford, Illinois; many grandchildren; nieces; nephews; and a host of other family and friends. He is preceded in death by; his parents: Lynn Elmer Williams and Ida Clifford Williams; his grandparents: Ernest Williams, Maggie Williams, Veinesa and Andrew Clayton; four brothers: Lynn Williams, Ernest Williams, Lewis Williams, and Haskel Williams; and three sisters: Mary Barnett, Peggy Rinks, and Shirley Burton. The family has requested private services under the direction of Faith Funeral Service.

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  1. Misty Cantrelle, Brookwood, Al says

    Oh the memories I have Grandpa. I know your with loved ones up in Heaven and the reunion must be grand. So many things I can talk about so many things we did and places we went. You have been a rock all of my 42 years. I will miss you, our talks, hugs, your smile and laugh. I am hurting but your not... I can live with that. The pain just means I loved and was loved. I will always love you and tell your stories to my grandbabies so they can tell it to theirs. What a book we could write of your life. Love your Granddaughter, Misty Cantrelle

  2. Lorie Jordan, says

    Dad I will miss you forever but I am thankful that your at peace. I will always thank of you when I am at the lake and remember all the times you took me swimming and fishing all those summers. I may not of had the childhood of living in the same house year around but I knew you loved me, you always told us that and I will miss those phone calls and you telling me I love you. Dad rest easy in Jesus house and I hope you can feel my love flying up to meet you. As ll my love Your daughter Lorie

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