Fonzo Leon Williams
October 18, 1970 – April 21, 2021
VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Monday, May 3rd from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the West Center Chapel followed by VIGIL SERVICE at 6:30pm. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Tuesday, May 4th at 11:15am at St. Cecilia Cathedral , 701 N. 40th Street. Interment: Calvary Cemetery.
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The world became a little quieter and less colorful as the loudest guy in the room got his wings—April 21, 2021. With his broad smile and his loud, infectious laugh that filled the room, Fonzo was loved by all. Never to be outdone, Fonzo would never back away from a challenge, be it running in the street to prove who was the fastest or playing games till all hours of the night until he won or his opponent quit. Fonzo also loved to make people laugh with his facetious observations. If you were in the vicinity of Fonzo’s voice, you were laughing at something he said or were about to laugh at something he said. That laughter and teasing will be missed most, but we take heart knowing Fonzo is with his mother, making her laugh and smile. Rest easy, friend, son, brother, nephew, cousin, and father.
Fonzo Leon Williams was born on October 18, 1970, to Delores Williams and Freddie Williams, Sr. in Omaha, NE. He got his wings on April 21, 2021, in Sarasota, FL. He was preceded in death by his mother, Delores Williams. He is survived by his son, Nathaniel Williams; daughter, Alona Williams; sisters: Angela Williams, Doreen Williams, and Delores Williams; brother, Freddie Williams; and father, Freddie Williams, Sr.
I’m so sorry for your loss. He was a wonder fan man and father who is gone far to soon
May you Rest in Peace Fonzo💔
Fonzo you were more than a wonderful friend, I am saddened to even believe this outcome! You will be missed dearly my great friend. I can’t pick up the phone and call you anymore💔 may you rest in Heavenly Peace. One day I will see you again keep smiling Fonzo. I am so glad I got to meet you years ago and gain a true friend at the bus company and enjoy your presence You’re an honorable man. I Love you
He was a good man. I enjoyed his company every chance I had to work with him. He will be missed. The beach will not be the same without him around.
Fonz, you were a kind friend and I will miss our talks and your laugh. I will still walk over that bridge with you and will remember how happy you were the last time we spoke about your future. Until we meet again, you have some good company to hang out with. Rest easy, my friend.
Still hard to believe that his smile is not at Siesta. We miss him terribly but know he is watching over us, his family and friends. Prayers are with you and please know that the Siesta family will always be there for you. He will always be our Superman.
Miss you Fonzo! You were a great man, and it was a pleasure working with you. Sympathies and condolences to all of his family and friends.
So sad to hear of Fonzo’s passing. He will be missed by all.
Sympathies and condolences to all of his family and friends. 😔 So sad, see you again in the paradise, that the Jehova promesa!