Armond had a heart as big as the lake front. To have known him was to love him. He had the opportunity to touch the lives of so many people. What I admired about him the most was that who ever got close to him he made sure that they became a part of his family. He had a love for people, a love that would have him care as if he were their parent. Even though he climed some rough sides of some mountains he still took out the time to show that he cared. A month or so before he passsed I remember talking to him and asking him how he was getting along, he never once answered that question instead he went on and on about my son Leander. Just so amazed at how God has blessed him with the gift of music, and that I should be so proud. He went on to ask about his children and their mom, when had I last seen them and were they all o.k. As much as I would love to hold him again, God gave him what he needed more and that was REST!!
I'm grateful that I had the chance to be the sister of Armond Quinton Williams in this life time, but I am even more grateful that I will see him again in Glory!
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