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Larry D. Williams
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Birth: Mar. 10, 1950, USA
Death: Aug. 15, 2002
Stone County
Mississippi, USA

D'IBERVILLE --- Larry D. Williams, 52, died Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002, in D'Iberville.

Mr. Williams had been a resident of D'Iberville for the past 18 years. He worked in the maintenance department at Boomtown Casino for the past five years. He was a member of McClellan Road Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Melody Williams of D'Iberville; three daughters, Loren Creal and Elizabeth Creal, both of Grand Bay, Ala. and Jamie Brown of Biloxi; two sons, Robert Nolan Williams of D'Iberville and James Dunlap of Biloxi; his mother, Virginia Williams of Wiggins; a brother, Jimmy Williams of Wiggins; four sisters, Carol Lambert of Wiggins, Diane Lowery of Ocean Springs, Joy Adkisson of Mary Esther, Fla. and Debbie Warbington of Wiggins; and one grandchild.

Visitation will be 5 to 8 tonight at the Howard Avenue Chapel of Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Homes in Biloxi. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home chapel.

Edition: TSH
Page: A8
Sun Herald, The (Biloxi, MS) - August 18, 2002

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  Robert Odell Williams (1923 - 2001)
Big Level Cemetery
Stone County
Mississippi, USA
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Record added: Oct 02, 2009
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