Albert Curtis Williams III
Funeral services will be Saturday, August 4, 2012 at 12 p.m. for Albert Curtis Williams III, 37, of Picayune, who passed away on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. Services will be held at House of His Glory, 13 Oak Allee Drive, Picayune. Pastor Patricia Lee will officiate; assisted by the Rev. Clifford Lee.
Albert Curtis Williams III was born on October 21, 1974 to Albert C. Williams, Jr. and Juanita Williams Loftin in Picayune.
He was in the Picayune Memorial High School graduating class of 1992. While at Picayune Memorial High School he played football with the Maroon Tide. After high school, Albert attended Pearl River Community College where he also played football with the Pearl River Wildcats. Albert then completed truck driving school in Jackson, Miss., in 1995. It was then that he had then found his dream career. He most recent employer was Domino Sugar of New Orleans, La., were Albert was employed for three years until he was forced to retire for health reasons.
Albert had a true passion for old school cars and motorcycles. He enjoyed life and continued to express his passion by continually driving his old school, 1970 Pontiac Catalina, and his motorcycle when his health permitted.
On August 1, 2012, the Lord blew his horn and called Albert home to claim his reward for work well done. He was preceded in death by: his father, Albert C. Williams, Jr.; and his grandparents, Ella Wes, Ira Mae Jefferson, and Robert Lee Jefferson.
He leaves to cherish his love and memories: his devoted mother, Juanita Loftin of Picayune; one brother, Robert (Nicole) Williams of Picayune; two sons, Ashton and Joshua Williams of Houston, Texas; one daughter, India Williams of Atlanta, Ga.; one aunt, Ada McKinsie of Picayune; one uncle, Jerome Williams of Picayune; two special nephews, Robert Williams Jr. and Leonard Taylor of Picayune; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.
Viewing will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the church. Interment will be in Picayune Cemetery.
Entrusted to Brown’s Funeral Home.