TOMMIE LEE WILLIAMS, who went by the name “Chicken” and “Biddy” was born June 1, 1937 to the late Gus Williams and Martha Williams of Ruleville, MS; but raised by Emma Williams of Ruleville, MS. Tommie was a lifelong resident of Gretna, La and was a member of First Free Mission Baptist Church of Gretna, LA. Tommie was a sculptor and a tire shop owner. He attended Ruleville High School, in Ruleville, MS. He departed this life on Sunday, April 26, 2020 at his home in Gretna.
Tommie had a generous heart and love for everyone, he would do anything to help someone, he kept a big smile on his face, and he absolutely loved fishing.
Tommie was proceeded in death with his wife Laura Williams; his mother Martha Williams and Emma Williams; his father Gus Williams; his sister Letha Williams; his two brothers MC Williams (Ann Williams), Johnny Williams (Linda Moore), his daughters; Evolia Williams, Patsy Williams, Gloria Williams and Sylvia Williams; his grandson LC Williams Jr, his granddaughter Latoya Williams and Shanita Allen; and his nephew Calvin Williams. He leaves to cherish his memories four sons; LC Williams (Kim Wright), Tommie Williams Jr, Michael Perry (Inez Perry) and Corey Carter, his brother Charlie Williams (Ruthie Williams); his grandchildren; Tyrone Williams, Sonya Barnes, Keokuk Williams, Shontrice Mosley, Lance Williams, Irvin Williams, Desmond Williams, Kevin Williams, Sky Cooper, Evolia Williams, Tommie Williams III, Tony Williams, Shanika Roche, Shaketa Finch, India Wright, Shaquita Allen, Shavita Allen, Cody Wright, Raheem Wright, Tyranika Coleman, Valencia Allen, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
There will be a LIMITED viewing for Tommie at Robinson Family Funeral Home 9611 LA-23, Belle Chasse LA. 70037 on Friday May 8, 2020 from 9 A.M until 10 A.M. A Private graveside service and interment will follow at St. Joseph Baptist Church Cemetery 236 Robinson Ave in Marrero at 11 A.M. Pastor Alana Miller will officiate.
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