Howard Franklin Williams, 74, the son of the late Otto Williams and Juanita (Dewalt) Williams was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on September 21, 1943. God called him to eternal rest while at home on Friday, May 25, 2018 with his loving family.
His formal education was in the Jersey City Public School System in Jersey City, New Jersey. Soon afterwards Howard joined the United States Armed Forces from August 1964 to May 1967. Howard served as a welder while in the Army. After his military service Howard returned home to care for his mother Juanita until her death. The United States Postal Service employed Howard for many years, until he retired. After his retirement, Howard could not stay home idle. So he delivered medication to home bound people on a part time engagement. Howard was known around his neighborhood and community. He enjoyed going camping, watching movies, hunting, eating candy, and smoking cigarettes. He was a loving God Father, generous, compassionate, and helped those in need.
He leaves to love and cherished memories: three sisters Jeanette Cuthbert, Wille Mae Washington, and Brenda Williams, as well as a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. In addition to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Williams, he was predeceased by his brother David Williams Sr.
Final Disposition will be at the Rosedale Cemetery