On Tuesday September 15, 2020, Norman A. Williams heard the Master’s call, and peacefully went home to be with his Lord. He was born on March 23, 1963 in Kingston, Jamaica West Indies to Mother V. Leckey and the late Thomas Williams.
Norman was living with his pants in Kingston, Jamaica but after his mother migrated to the Unites States Norman went to live with his grandmother who was affectionally called Mennie. He received his early years of schooling in Kingston, Jamaica. Norman migrated to the Unites State on August 5, 1977 along with his sister and two brothers to join their dear mother and sister. While living in Baltimore, he attended the Southwestern high school in Baltimore City where he earned his high school diploma.
After leaving high school, Norman went straight into the work force and was gainfully employed. He worked as a chief with the TY’s Food Services located in the Penn Station, Baltimore City; he also provided customer Services to several companies through the Labour Ready Employment Agencies, and in his later years until the time of his death; he was self-employed and provided personal and individual car services to the people in his community. Norman was a people-oriented person, he loved children, and always wears as smile. Last but not least, he was a very kind hearted person and full of life. Norman was affectionately called Dona; he received this name from one of his siblings which grows with him into his adult life and unto his death.
Norman A. Williams left to rejoice in his memory, his fiancé Yolanda, his son Marcus, Step son Man, step daughter Kiah, grandson Nate, dear Mom, Mother Leckey, sisters: Millicent and Veronica; brothers: Sylvester, Michael, Clive and Dennis; aunts: Ms. Booth and Ms. Chambers; nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and host of friends and well-wishers.
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