Tyler Fitzgerald Williams
29; New Albany, IN
Tyler “Juice” Williams was born on December 23, 1990 to Tara Bryant and Fitzgerald Williams. Tyler gave his life to his soul mate, Fayawana Williams, at New Dimension Church under Pastor Chad Hunter.
Tyler at an early age, was a child that everyone loved and wanted to hang out with. He had a heart of gold…always knew the right thing to say and do in any situation. Tyler was the type of person that if he didn’t want to do something he wasn’t doing it. Then he’s going to give you a hundred reasons why you shouldn’t be doing it. He had a personality that everyone loved and was always helping someone in need.
He loved playing basketball and he was actually good at it. His jumper and 3 pt. shot was unstoppable. He loved dancing. Always on the book live dancing and challenging someone to step up against him. He also enjoyed hanging out with his “Bros” as he called them. He was a great son, and even a greater husband and father. He loved and would do anything for them.
Tyler was a born leader. He organized and started the “We Want Footage” protest in honor of his younger brother, Malcolm Williams. He was so determined and passionate about changing the injustice that has plagued our country for a long time.
Tyler received his wings on June 11, 2020. He leaves to cherish his memory: mother, Tara Bryant; father, Fitzgerald Williams; wife, Fayawna Williams; three children, Jae’Veon, Royal and Au’nisty Williams; grandparents, Rosa Bryant, and Edith and Willie B. Williams; three God kids, Allexis, Kevin and Zya; two brothers, Tre’ Williams and Cade Williams; his only sister, Ashtyn Williams; mother-in-law, Felicia Davis; brother-in-law, Shyjuan Davis; sister-in-law, Sukeeva Davis; a host of friends, extended family, supporters and protest followers.
He was preceded in death by his older brother, Brandon “Gzy” Bryant and a younger brother, Malcolm “Milky” Williams.
Funeral services will take place at 1:00 PM on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at Greater Mt. Zion Apostolic Church, 3845 Wayne Street, New Albany, IN 47150, with burial to take place at Eastern Cemetery in Jeffersonville, IN. Visitation will take place from 10 AM to 1 PM on Tuesday at the church.
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