Pastor Willie L. Williams


Pastor Willie L. Williams, 82. Sunrise June 3, 1927 ��“ Sunset February 28, 2010. He was the former pastor of Williams Chapel COGIC in Cleveland and Pentecostal Temple COGIC in Orlando and currently served as the Pastor of Independent Missionary COGIC Columbus and State Evangelist and Superintendent in the Ohio South Jurisdiction under Prelate Bishop F.E. Perry. Pastor Williams was preceded in death by parents Leo and Ethel Williams, 3 brothers and 2 sisters. Left to cherish his memory wife Gwendolyn Williams, sons Courtney (Beverly) and Tolen, daughters Talanda (John), Barbara (Lawerence), and Takemma (Richard), sister Ernestine Jackson, 14 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, church members and friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. May God Continue to Bless and comfort you today and the days ahead.

    Knowing that when someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

    With Sympathy,
    The Obeys

  2. Sis. Janine Watkins :

    My deepest sympathy to the Williams family and the family of Independent. We are keeping you all uplifted in prayer.
    In Love,
    Janine and Myles
    Greenwood, Indiana

  3. Ms. Janay Latham :

    Mr. Williams will be truely missed!
    True example of an extraordinary Man, an educator, and an inspiration to all.
    To the Williams family and esp. Tolen Flowers, My Heart and Blessing go out to you guys through this diffcult time.
    Tolen, If there is ever anything I can do never hesitate to ask.

  4. While I was not a member of Independence Missionary Church, I visited there a few times with my goddaughter MarShauna and her mom Netta. I would like to send my condolences to the Williams family in your time of loss. May God bless and keep you all during this trying time in your lives.

  5. Pastor we will miss as you were the greatest. I will especially miss your smile and your kind heart. I will always cherish our last gathering you and 1st Lady was at my house that Sunday and you ask for some Greens and Cornbread. I thought then what a honor it was to cook and serve the man and woman of God. I will cherish that moment FOREVER! as well as other precious memories. Rest in peace we loved you but God Loved you BEST!

  6. Deacon Nelson and Family :

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

    Members of Solid Rock C.O.G.I.C.
    Marion, Ohio

  7. Barb Harrow-Elizondo :

    I never met Pastor Willie but I know him well. A beautiful granddaugter of his held me in her arms and prayed for my husband, Albert, at Mt. Carmel. The day I left the hospital with my husband I saw Pastor Willie's family gathered and somehow knew that he had gone home. Pastor Willie was special because he grew his love for the Lord in this precious grandchild and I'm sure the rest of his family.

    Thank you, Pastor Willie. You were there when I needed you. An angel came to me because you planted Christ's love in her.

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