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Rev. Fredrick Eugene Williams, Sr.
 

Memorial for Rev. Fredrick Eugene Williams, Sr.

Born in Manor, Texas on Jun. 19, 1928
Departed on Oct. 1, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009
09:00 am - 8:00 pm
Service: Friday, Oct. 9, 2009
11:00 am
Cemetery: Cook Walden Memorial Hill
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Fredrick Eugene Williams was born the 3rd child of 18 to Willie Williams and Wynonia Carrington Williams on June 19, 1928 in Manor, Texas. He professed a hope in Christ and later became an ordained Baptist Minister under the leadership of the late Rev. A. C. Clark. He served as an Associate Minister under the late Rev. W. M. Reed until he was called as Pastor of Kimbro Baptist Church, Kimbro, Texas. He later returned to St. John College Heights Baptist Church and served as an Associate Minister until his death.

Before becoming an ordained minister, he played semi-pro baseball with the Washington Senators, and remained a baseball fan for life.

He worked as a construction contractor and masonry worker all of his adult life. He assisted in constructing many buildings and homes in and around the Austin area.

He united in holy matrimony to Ruby Mae Hendricks on March 25, 1948. To his union five children were born.

He leaves to cherish his memory five children, Fredrick (Jewel), Jennie Solomon (Charles), Barbara Collins, Calvin and Edwin, all of Austin, Texas; ten grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, three brothers, Sherman, Sr. of Austin, Texas, Bobbie Williams, Sr. of Athens, Texas, Melvin Sr. of Fresno, California; five sisters Francis Freeman (Otis) of Austin, Texas, Lillie Lewis (Ernest) of Beaumont, Texas, Ruby Earl of Fresno, California, Clara Baker and Wynonia Steven of Austin, Texas.

His wife of 48 years, his parents and nine siblings preceded him in death. He will be missed by both family and friends. To God be the glory for the marvelous things He has done.
  

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