Brenden Michael Jones Williams


Brenden Michael Jones Williams, affectionally known as Kay, was born November 14, 1991, at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. to Robert and Sharon Williams.

At the age of 5 the family relocated to Aurora, Colorado where Brenden began his formal education in the Cherry Creek School District in Aurora, Colorado, before relocating to Pickerington, Ohio in 2009 and graduated from Pickerington Central High School in 2010.

Answering God’s call, Brenden was baptized into Christ at the age of ten years old. As he continued to learn more about Christ, he requested to be re-baptized in his teenage years at the Park East Church of Christ in Denver Colorado. He served on the Lord’s table during youth Sunday, was an active member of the youth ministry program, the mime team, and always stood proud with his father leading songs during worship service. As a child, Brenden was always active when it came to sports. His first love was basketball, but he also played hockey, enjoyed skateboarding (to include building and modifying his own skateboards), snowboarding and building and racing go-carts.

Brenden always came ready to support his team. While on a youth road trip to the Midwest Regional Conference in Oklahoma City, OK, Brenden’s hard work help put the Park East Church of Christ Youth group on the map, leading him to win the MVP trophy for the Conference.

From childhood, Brenden always had a kind and compassionate nature, always willing and wanting to help others and always expressing his concern for the homeless. He would wonder if they had food and a place to sleep, especially during winter and how he could help in providing warmth and shelter.

As proud member of the Lord’s church, no matter where he would go, he was happy to pray and his Hallmark signature at the end of each prayer was, “Be alright.”

Left to cherish his memory are his loving parents Robert and Sharon Williams, his children Juliana Nicole Morales, Julissa Isabel Morales and Kai’Zer Davion Lee Williams, two brothers: Shawn Bolton of Gainesville, FL and Ruebin Williams (Sakinah) of Canal Winchester, Ohio, his grandparents Horace (preceded in death) and Helen Williams of Gainesville, FL and Thelma Phillips of West Palm Beach, Florida, he also leaves seven Aunts: Mary Williams Davis (Covington, GA), Helen Lovette Williams Tolen (Jacksonville, FL), Linda Thames (Paul) (Lakeland, FL), Elizabeth Barnes (Somerville, SC), Loretta McPlatt (West Palm Beach, FL), Sherita McPlatt (West Palm Beach FL), Nadine Phillips (Jerolyn) (Pittsburgh, PA), two uncles: Willie Williams (Covington, GA) and Albert Cornelius Williams (Angela) (Fairburn, GA); and host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends.

Visitation 1:00 PM and Funeral Service 2:00 PM Saturday, November 19, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

Condolence Messages

  1. Our thought and prayers are with you!

  2. Ms. Sharon and family, I’m so sorry for your loss.Prayers for entire family. God rest his soul.

  3. Absolutely heart broken, with this untimely passing, this is teaching us “Love”as hard as we can, and to “Forgive” as often as we can. We will see you again, when God calls us. Rejoice in your journey with God.

  4. Please know that you have our deepest sympathies for the loss of this young man. One of my memories of Brenden, as a child, is at a church cookout, he ran circles around this old woman (me) who thought she could challenge him playing basketball. Another was when I decided to wear some eye makeup, the young Brenden asked, very genuinely, what was wrong with my eyes. He was such a delight. God bless you family and friends with strength and comfort and you deal with losing him.

  5. So sorry for your loss, praying for comfort for you and your family.
    Kimberly Grace (AKA/SEO)

  6. Theadora Springle

    My deepest sympathy and sincere condolences. God be with you, give your comfort and peace. My prayers are with the family. God bless. Theadora Springle

  7. Heartfelt Condolences from my family to yours.

  8. Henry & Beverly Biela

    Our thoughts and Prayers are with the WIlliams Family!

  9. I send prayers and my condolences to my dear friend and her husband. I am so sorry for y’all lost. May our Father in Heaven give you both strength with his arms wrapped around y’all at this special time.
    Love you both
    Carole Bennett and Family

  10. Bob,
    I am sorry for the loss of your son. May God be with you and your family in your time of sorrow.
    Dave W.

  11. So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy and love.
    James and Sandra Bennett

  12. Sharon & Bob,
    So sorry to hear about Brenden passing. My sincere prayer is that God will provide comfort and strength to your family during this difficult time.

    Joyce Powell
    White Plains, MD

  13. My Heartfelt Sympathy And Prayers To The Williams Family. May God Give You The Peace And Comfort As Only HE Can !

  14. Kenny and Helen Gaskins

    May God wrap His loving arms around you during this time, and bring comfort as well.

  15. Sharon, I am at a loss for words. I’ve been trying to write something to you for several days. Brenden will be so missed. Ihaven’t stop thinking about him since you told me. You never know how someone has left an imprint in your heart, until you’re forced too. His smile and laugh was so contagious. He was such a sweet young man. I’m so glad, and blessed you and Brenden came into my life, it made mine better. I’m so sorry for the loss you and your family had endured. My heart breaks for you. May he have eternal rest. I pray for your comfort and healing. Love always,

  16. I am so grieved to learn of the loss of your son, Bob and Sharon Williams. May Jesus Christ through God the Father comfort and strengthen you and family at this time and see you through the pain and heartaches.

  17. Robert/Sharon
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your son. May God grant you peace and comfort through his grace and promise.

  18. Kasandra Smith Davis

    To The Williams Family,
    Sending love and prayers to you as you walk through this time of transition. Praying God’s peace and strength to each of you! May the God of all comfort keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

  19. From Sister McCoy, Part 2

    Psalm 130 NKJV
    Ought of the depths I have cried to you oh Lord; Lord, hear my voice! Let Your ears be attentive to the voice of my supplications.
    If You, Lord, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with You, that You may be feared.
    I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and in His word I do hope. My soul waits for the Lord,
    More than those who watch for the morning– Yes, more than those who watch for the morning. O Israel, hope in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy,
    And with Him is abundant redemption. And He shall redeem Israel from all his iniquities.

    —With Love,
    Sister Mary McCoy, Denver, CO

  20. Robert and Sharon,
    A savior is needed in times like these. My thoughts are with you. May God’s holy wings provide comfort to you. May the memories of Brenden bring a smile to your face and peace to your heart in time. Love to you both,
    Lewis and Yolonda Card

  21. Rev. Joseph Tyson

    To the family of Brendan Michael Jones Williams…
    We the members of St John Missionary Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, FL extend our heartfelt sympathy and love to mother Sharon and grandmother Thelma Phillips. Please know you are in our prayers and thoughts at this difficult time. May God comfort, strengthen and sustain you now and in coming days is our prayer….Rev. Joseph B. Tyson, Pastor

  22. I’m So Lost For Word Cousin
    Let Your Soul Rest In Peace, Give US Strength.
    Lord Please be With Our Family

  23. I am sorry for loss of your son . My prayers for the entire family .

    Your classmate Beverley Brown Poole

  24. I’m so sorry for your loss I’m praying for the family Kay was such a delight a good man to be around I will miss his smile and kindness we worked together Kay was family like a son he was awesome

  25. To my dear brother Robert, Sharon and family, please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your son. I can think of no greater loss than to lose a son or daughter but know that God has a place for him by his side. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Jeffrey and Almeta Turner

  26. I am just taken back of this news. Brenden was always a good, respectful kid. Prayers for all of you and for those who knew him.

  27. May God comfort and keep you at this difficult time my sincere condolences for your loss

  28. Bruce and Elaine Hayes Bryant, Tampa Florida

    Sending prayers of comfort and peace for the family!

  29. HenriAnn Franklin

    My deepest sympathy and condolences to the Williams family.

  30. Sorry for your lost sending healing prayers from the Tyler family.

  31. Elizabeth Jones Barnes

    My condolences to my sister and brother-in-law in the loss of their youngest son (Brenden). Two loving parents who loved and cherished their son. They always set the example to show you what unconditional love is. Brenden loved his parents and the one thing that stuck in my mind when I would see him – is his smile. Brenden left three wonderful children for Sharon/Robert to dote over and love. Sleep well my nephew. We will all see you again one day. Love-Auntie Liz

  32. Danella Hagan Baker

    To Bob & Sharon. I cant say anything to make your heart hurt less & I dont understand your pain. I prayed as God bless you with Brenden. I will now pray fervently and I trust that God, Jesus & the Holy Spirit will comfort you as only they can as he has decided to call your baby home to him. I love yall & I know he will give yall a peace that surpasses all understanding ..

  33. Sharon and Mr.Bob,

    My condolences are with you and the family. I pray the Lord provide you comfort during this time.

    Love Lynette and Lydia Murray
    Aurora, Colorado

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