Ralph E. Williams
Ralph E. Williams

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Ralph E. Williams

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4:00 - 7:00 PM
Postell's Mortuary Chapel
811 North Powers Drive
Orlando, Florida
1:00 PM
Postell's Mortuary Chapel
811 North Powers Drive
Orlando, Florida


Ralph E. Williams, 75, of Orlando, departed this life on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Ralph was born on September 3, 1942 in Plant City, FL to Christine and Rastus Williams. Ralph served in the US Army and later worked in construction. He was a loving father, brother, and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

He leaves to cherish loving memories of a life well lived: daughters, Loretta McKnight, Lekishia McKnight; son, Michael Frazier; sisters, Darlene Conner, Mary (James) Brown; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be held on Friday, January 26, 2018 from 4-7PM at the mortuary. A service of celebration will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Postell's Mortuary Chapel, Orlando with Pastor Toy Walker, officiating.


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K. Hope
Created On: 01/30/2018 16:26:28

Our thoughts are with your family at this sad time. May you be encouraged and comforted by God's promises to bring our loved ones in his memory back to life on earth. "There will be a resurrection." Acts 24:15. Deepest sympathies.

Created On: 01/29/2018 09:21:18

May you find comfort in just knowing that your dear love one is very safe in the perfect memory of our heavenly father,who will remember every detail and bring them back again acts24:15

Robert Gonsalves
Created On: 01/24/2018 14:53:37

Well Ralph, I guess I will see you on the other side.
I will have some moon pies for you.
We had the common connection of having gone through the same Signal School in Ga.

I will miss pushing you in your old chair and the short talks we had from Parkwood to Greenland.

I will miss your fight with the VA for a wheel chair with a motor.

I will miss your smile and laugh that only a felloe veteran would understand.

This person will miss you until we meet again.

Your Brother in Christ, The Moon Pie Man