Curtis Bernard "Six" Williams

From staff and wire reports

June 02, 2011 at 3:00 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Curtis Bernard "Six" Williams, 64, entered into eternal rest on May 22, 2011 at Ochsner Medical Center.

He was a resident of Paradis and son of the late Darris and Dora G. Williams. He was the husband of the late Mildred Curry Williams. father of Stephanie Curry-Miller of Marrero, Tina Curry-Wesley of Laplace and the late Shannon Bernard Williams; father-in-law of Wilton J.
Miller Jr., Horace O. Wesley Jr. and Christie Clark Williams; grandfather of Jourdan Jamal Miller and Craig Bernard Williams, brother of Darris Williams Jr. and Marva Patricia Scott, Godfather of Robin Harris, Elna White-Murray and Trevell Alexander; brother-in-law of Willie B. Curry of Anniston, Ala. and Samuel and Jessie Mae Curry of Detroit, Mich.; and Godson of Steve Hills Sr. He is also survived by a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends of the family, Pastors, officers, members of all neighboring churches, employees of Cytec Industries, Family Dollar, Macy's, SMG, United States Post Office, Conoco Phillips Refinery, N.O.S.C. New Orleans, St. Charles Parish Schools & The Frank Crowley Masonic Lodge #255 were invited to attend the Funeral at First Baptist Church in Paradis on May 28. Rev. Lionel E. Mason, Pastor, officiated. Interment followed at the First Baptist Church Cemetery.

To sign the online guestbook, visit Donavin D. Boyd and Linear Brooks Boyd were in charge of arrangements.

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