Kevin Wayne Williams

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 8, 2014

I have fought a good fight, I have
finished my course. I have kept the faith: Henceforth, there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his hearing.

II Timothy 4:7-8

Funeral services for Kevin “Mose” Williams will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at St. Paul Baptist Church in Leesville. Visitation will begin on Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Paul Baptist Church.
Burial will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery directed by Jeane’s Funeral Services.
On March 16, 1964, Kevin Wayne Williams was born in Huey P. Long Hospital to Idell Smith Williams and Lawrence Charles Williams, Sr. in
He grew up around Lettsworth and Leesville. He also lived in Oakdale. There he ran track and played football, where he earned the nickname “Conrad” by his friends and peers. To his father and family, he was called Mose.
He met and married his soul mate, Eola Holmes Williams, who preceded him in death.
Kevin loved people of all races and he was known and loved by all who knew him. He was placed in assisted living under the direction of Saint Genevive
Care and staff.
He leaves to cherish his memories his father, Rev. L.C. Williams, Sr. and his beloved mother Carolyn S. Williams of Leesville, whom he loved dearly; two biological siblings, his sister, Virginia Gail and Apostle Smith,
along with nephew Kennon of Killeen, Texas; his brother, L.C. Williams, Jr., along with Shawna and nephew Telvin of Wilmington, Delaware; Edwin Cooper, Texas, and niece Ashleigh Shade Idell-Williams Moss; one great-niece, Autumn Moss of Hinesville,
Georgia; four adopted brothers, Willie Johnson and Carrie of San Diego, California, Alvin Ashley and Diane of Detroit, Michigan, Michael Roger and Myrtis of Vinton, Demetrius and Kitrina Pearson of Leesville; one adopted sister, Bobbie J. Carey of
Leesville; one living uncle, Earnest “Keller” Caulfield and Peggy of New Orleans; five living aunts, Hattie, Lydia, Dorothy, Gladys, and Charlie Mae; a very special great-aunt, Ruth Tolliver of Baton Rouge; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and
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