Mr. Floyd Neal Williams was born on June 30, 1951 to the late Mrs. Alma M.
Williams. Floyd was preceded in death by two brothers, Kelly Williams and
Thomas Eugene Williams. Floyd answered the Masters call to take his rest on Thursday, September 19, 2013.
Floyd (Flip) was not a person that like to spend time alone, he loved being around people and bringing laughter into their lives. Floyd enjoyed music and would always walk into his apartment and turn the radio on, then turn the music up very loud and go back outside to sit on the porch or in the yard. He took pride in being a free spirit, coming and going as he pleased throughout the day and being grown or as he would say âIâm grownâ. Those who had the pleasure of knowing Floyd would agree that he could always make you laugh and that he lived each day to the fullest.
Floydâs faith in God was unquestionable and he would often say âI talk to Godâ, but not only would he talk with him, he believed what God said. Through his faith he was able to overcome the obstacles that was thrown in his path, he always got back up. He was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church in Childersburg, but over the last year he faithfully attended Shiloh Baptist Church.
The memories made during Floydâs life will always be cherished by his
siblings: Annie Alston, Willie James Williams (Mary), Robert Williams (Gwendolyn), Darnell Williams (Glenda), Pollie Powell (Billy Ray), Anna
Carlisle (Bobby), Debra McGhee (Samuel), Barbara Toney, Nyline
Coleman (Larry) all of Sylacauga, AL, Juril Logan of Helena, AL and Mary Bellamy (Richard) of Anniston, AL; sister-in-law: Margaret Williams;
special friends: Ann Lauderdale McElrath and James Vincent; a host of nieces/great nieces, nephews/great nephews, cousins, and friends.