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God called David T. Williams home on August 15, 2017. There waiting for him along with Jesus, was his father, Robert F. Williams, his brother, Robert (Bobby) G. Williams, his grandparents, George and Ethel Wart, grandparents, Glynn and Ruth (Nain and Taid) Williams and his Uncle Raymond Wart.

David was born in Utica, New York on a sunny day, February 19, 1957. He attended Whitesboro Central Schools in New York. As a boy David enjoyed little league baseball, riding his mini bike, fishing with his
Grandpa, and skiing in New York, Vermont and Colorado.

David married Janice Odit on November 11, 1976. David and his family lived in the Utica area for a time and then moved to Stuart, Florida where he lived most of his adult life.

David joined his Dad in the carpentry business and became a finish carpenter while living in Florida. In both New York and Florida David raced motor-cross on the amateur and semi-pro level. He joined his brother and Dad on a Gulf Stream motorboat, the Sirce from the St. Lawrence River to Florida, traveling along the Erie Canal and the Hudson River to Port Salerno.

Later in life David became a wood craftsman, making furniture, wood boxes and jewelry. He loved spending time with his grandchildren, riding his motor cycle and time at the Florida beaches with his dog, Shela.

Between 2005 and 2008 David sponsored Lilian Raquel Sosa a child from Guatemala through the Christian Children’s Fund. He kept the many letters and drawings that he received from Lilian.

David loved the Lord. In August 2012 during a visit to New York, he asked his Uncle, Pastor Roger Williams to renew his baptism at Waterbury Memorial Presbyterian Church, in Oriskany, New York.

David leaves behind his loving daughter, Carrie Williams and son-in-law Scott Astorga, his wife Janice Odit Williams, grandchildren, Priscilla Williams, Glenn Tetreault Jr., and Liam Astorga. He also leaves his Mother, Jean M. Williams, sisters Karen Stockton and Janet Lombard, brother Jeffery John Williams, Uncle Roger Williams and many friends in Florida.

Pastor Roger Williams writes, “God looks at the death of David from an entirely different perspective than the way we view death. From our perspective death took David from us. We experience a sense of loss. We are robbed of his presence amongst us. But from God’s perspective it was through the doorway of death that David arrived into his eternal home where perfect holiness and perfect happiness are the unending experience of all of the redeemed.”

David we will all miss you. We pray that you are riding your motorcycle on a sunny day along a beach with the wind in your face, happy and pain free.


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