Mr. Jimmy Ravon Williams was born on October 15, 1964 in Florence, South Carolina to Hilliard Williams and the late Rubye Lee Williams. On Friday, August 12, 2022, he departed this life.
Jimmy, a 1983 graduate of South Florence High School in Florence, South Carolina was affectionately called “2 Piece”. Upon graduation, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served his country for 13 years. He defended his country doing Operation Desert Storm. He was currently employed with Nan Ya Plastic Corporation, America South Carolina Plant in Lake City, South Carolina.
Jimmy was preceded in death by his mother, Rubye Lee Williams; his grandmother, Lela W. Scott; and a brother, Hilliard Williams, Jr.
Jimmy leaves to cherish his precious memories: his loving wife, Zenia Williams; nine children, Tiffanie, Timothy, Nicholas, T’Jawana, Tyeisha, and Demetrius all of Florence, South Carolina, Jacquette and Laytifia (Shaunta) both of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Jacoby who’s stationed at Charleston Air Force Base – Joint Base Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina; his father, Hilliard (Gwendolyn) Williams of Florence, South Carolina; a sister, Terry Williams of New York City, New York; six uncles, Simon (Ethel) Lee, Robert Lee, Harold (Susan) Fleming, Kenneth (Mary) Scott, Randolph Scott, and Ricky Williams all of Florence, South Carolina, three sisters-in-law, Marie Lighty, Stephanie McLaughlin, and Nourise McLaughlin all of Florence, South Carolina; four brothers-in-law, Marty (Angie) McLaughlin, Terry McLaughlin, Barry McLaughlin, and Jonathan (Faye) McLaughlin all of Florence, South Carolina; one aunt, Emma (Larry) Washington of Florence, South Carolina; a special cousin who Jimmy considered to be his sister, Sandra Shepherd; and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.
Please keep the family of Jimmy R. Williams in your thoughts and prayers.