Olayemi Williams

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Olayemi C. Williams, age 72. Sunrise March 1, 1945 and Sunset June 17, 2017.

Preceded in death by father, Chrispin Williams; mother, Maize Williams; brother, Walter Williams; sister, Tanimola Williams.

Left to cherish his memory, daughter, Jestina (Bright) Prince, Rachel (Carlton) Jordan, Melanie (Michael) Aycock; son, Zaki (Ewuniki) Yemi; sister, Jestina Eddy; aunt, Ann Farris; uncle, James Turay; 17 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and many friends.

Visitation 9:00 a.m. Funeral Service 10:00 a.m. Saturday, July 1, 2017 at Church of Solid Faith, 501 E. Broad Street.

Interment Evergreen Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Thealeta Jackson

    My prayers are with you and your family. I understand your pain. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. Love you Jestina. Praying!!!!!

  2. my thoughts and prayers are with the Williams family, Ola was a very dear friend to us he will truly be missed, H Wes David and Renay

  3. Jestina I’m so sorry for your loss! I truly feel your families pain right now.If you need anything just call me. Carmen and Josiah Adams

  4. Kathy Boone and family

    It is with our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences that the Boone Family wishes too extent to you and your family doing the lost of your father. I know he will be greatly missed. Our prayer is that God will give you all a peace that surpasses all understanding. Peace and blessings.

  5. Loutheana Sanders

    My prayers are with the family. I have not accepted the fact that he is truly gone, and I will not see him again in this life. I am sure it will take some time. I will miss him dearly. Forever Loved and never forgotten. (Liz)

  6. Brian Elliott

    I worked with Ola for over 2 decades. He was a very hard worker and a good man. I’m glad to have known him and call him a friend! You’ll be missed my friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family!
    R.I.P. Baby Lou!

  7. Charlene Florence

    My prayers are with the family Ola left behind, I am very sorry. He was a special man. I am saddened.

  8. Kelly R. Coronado

    Ola was great man. Always respected his friendship at work.

  9. Joseph Young & Family

    With sadness of heart my Prayers and condolence to the Williams family.

  10. Rest in peace Ola. You are one of Roadway Express/YRC’S best! I am glad you were able to enjoy retirement. Keep on smiling!

  11. My thoughts and prayers are with Ole’s family!! He was the best!! Worked with him for over 20 years!! Till we meet again my friend!!

  12. I was lucky to have known Ola and have the privilege of working with him. He will be missed.

  13. Donald Fletcher and Family

    It is with sadness that I pray for Ola! our Sympathy and Condolences to Ola’s family. It was a Privilege to work with Ola and an Honor to call him a my friend. RIP. My Brother.

  14. To the family of Olayemi, you have have my deepest sympathy in your loss. Death is a difficult situation to accept and it is not natural. Why? God’s original purpose was for the human family to become many, fill the earth, and to live forever upon it (Genesis 1:28)! Humans die because sin and its effects have been passed on to us as Romans 5:12 tells us. Soon, the dead will be restored to perfect life (Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:29). It is impossible for God to lie so his purpose will come true!

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