Willie Willams, 64 of Enterprise, AL, went home to be with the Lord, on 2 February 2020. He was born in Birmingham, AL, on September 5, 1955 to Dorothy Ree Stacey and the late James Savage.
Willie Williams graduated from Enterprise High School and upon graduating he went into the United States Army where he served overseas in Germany with the United States Forces Command (FORSCOM). During his tenure, Willie received several awards and recognitions for his outstanding service to our nation. His service, along with so many others in the military, provides us with the freedom we share today. After leaving the Army, Willie pursed a career in Aircraft Graphic Structure Design, where he worked at both Pemco Conversions and Commercial Jet until retirement.
Willie had many hobbies, from deep sea fishing to gardening, he had a green thumb to plant and grow anything; and he did it extremely well. He loved to cook, and one of his expressions used, “make it smoke Bobbie” and he was a very avid reader. He had a true love for music, and making people laugh. Willie was truly a jack of many trades and master of many. His style surpassed the average man, because he dressed impeccably. He truly loved the people in his life he always let them know “l love you; but you just don’t understand, I really love you”. Willie was a very loving man with a big heart but Willies biggest love was his love for God. He answered the call.He is survived by his mother, Dorothy R. Stacey, and his three sons, Willie Williams II, Blake and Drake Lett. He is also survived by his four siblings, Theresa Fleming, Charles W. Mason Jr, Annie M. Brown, Brenda Mason, and their spouses (Shirlene Mason & Oscar Brown) and several nephews (Adrian & Jeremy Fleming, Marcus Mason, Josh & Justin Brown) and nieces (Selena & Alexis Mason). His aunts and uncles survived are Louise Stacey Johnson (Al), Joe Louis Stacey (Sophie) and Farris Stacey. In addition, he leaves a host of other family members and friends who loved him dearly.
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