Warren G. Williams 

Published 9:50 pm Monday, June 10, 2024

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“We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” ~ 2 Corinthians 5:8, KJV 

Warren G. Williams, son of the late King Williams, Larcie Smith Williams Futrell and Willie Futrell was born on April 10, 1926 in Suffolk, VA. On Tuesday, May 21, 2024, he peacefully entered into eternal rest in Newark, New Jersey. 

Warren G. Williams (aka “Scooter” or “Warren G”) was reared by loving parents with a solid Christian foundation. His upbringing established the roots that he would grow from and mature into a loving and devout God-fearing man. His education began at Booker T. Washington. He later served in the United States Army. While he was a great serviceman for the armed forces, he was an even more notable soldier in the army of God. He was a long-time member of Bethany Baptist Church, where he served honorably in ministry. He would always encourage anyone he encountered with a positive message about trusting and following Christ. His talks often end ed with his favorite words, “Go with Jesus.” 

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Warren G. Williams was a proud family man. He would dote on his family anytime an opportunity was presented. He was well-loved by them too. His physical presence will be missed. However, the many lessons he taught and stories he shared will guide their steps in the days ahead. 

Warren G. Williams was preceded in death by his sister, Dorothy Lassiter and brother, James Williams. He leaves to cherish his memory a lovely and devoted daughter: Mary Alice Daniel (Morris) of Suffolk, Virginia; six grandchildren: Timothy Giles of Dumfries, Virginia, Teresa Giles Collins (Bobby) of Portsmouth, Virginia, Jennifer Giles of High Point, North Carolina, Tracy Saunders of Portsmouth, Virginia, Harry Giles of Greensboro, North Carolina, and Jannie Porter of Greensboro, North Carolina; a host of great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 

May the work our beloved Warren G. Williams did speak for him.