Ricky L. Willis

Ricky L. Willis

Dec 14, 1957 – Feb 6, 2018

Survived by twin sister, Vickie L. Willis; brothers: Howard Willis, III, Jeffrey Willis, and Derick Willis.

TIME OF SHARING: Saturday, Feb. 17th at 1pm at the West Center Chapel.




  • Brenda Morrison Posted February 9, 2018 11:10 am

    Hello Friends and Family, I send my deepest condolences to all of you on the loss of our brother, he is my dearest family friend who I have loved all my life. He is the most endearing person I have ever met. Sending all of you my love and prayers always. He is at peace, with God and his Mom, Claudia in heaven. Be strong family, God will get us all thru this terrible loss. Love all of you always and forever, Brenda

  • Matt Kunkee Posted February 9, 2018 5:21 pm

    I was part of his Coca-Cola family and I miss the kindness he showed me everyday. I’m so sorry to the family for their loss. Thinking and praying for you all. He will be greatly missed.

  • Sherri Marr Posted February 11, 2018 2:09 pm

    I met Ricky through Coke about 8 years ago but only really got to know him in the past two years when we became Chesterman Coca-Cola. Every morning, i was greeted with a “Good Morning Ma’am” and How are you today? After that, we always ended up chatting about food – what he had cooked the day before or what he was going to cook that weekend – and he always talked about his Mom and how she raised him right! I definitely agree! Ricky was always polite and pleasant and I will definitely miss him calling me “ma’am” but will remember all those fun conversations! My thoughts and prayers are with his family as they say goodbye.

  • Perry Nunn Posted April 10, 2018 4:01 am

    I met Ricky at North High and the Miller park YMCA years ago. We played basketball there. I use to see him walking everywhere. But he was the best friend a person could have. I remember when he worked at Lothrop Drug store long time ago. He knew my family very well. I moved to Minnesota many years ago, but he even wrote me a letter to me. I’ll miss him dearly. Rest In Peace buddy.

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