The Life of
Anthony Demont Williams
Elder Anthony Demont Williams was born February 3, 1977 in Austin, Texas to the late Doris Sue Williams. He was baptized in the name of Jesus at a young age and received the gift of the Holy Ghost at the age of 22.
Elder Anthony Demont Williams was united in Holy Matrimony to LaTonya Johnson Williams and they had three children.
Elder Anthony Williams - Anthony was baptized at an early age. Later in his life he received the gift of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues as the spirit gives the utterance. He would often tell us stories of him preaching to his grandparents and playing church in the backyard with his cousins Tamika and Wayne. Church was always a part of his life. Under the direction and leadership of his pastor Elder Melvin Lofton he began to walk in his purpose becoming a Deacon, Minster, Elder, and then later on becoming the pastor of Christ Apostolic Church, Round Rock, Texas.
Anthony Graduated from LBJ High and then later attended Austin Community College to become a CDL licensed Truck Driver. Anthony had a huge heart and was willing to help anyone in need. He loved his family his wife LaTonya, his children, and his grandchildren. Anyone that knew him and encountered him if he considered you a friend or family I’m sure he left priceless memories across your heart… cherish that. He loved community outreach with the church, going into homes for people in need of prayer or the word of God, also baptizing in the name of Jesus Christ no matter the place… he was a willing worker.
Elder Williams - was proceeded in death by his mother Doris Sue Williams, His Grandparents Huland & Annie Lou Williams, HIs Aunts Mary Williams Brown & Ruby Williams, and his Spiritual Father Elder Melvin Lofton
Elder Williams leaves to cherish his precious memories his wife of 25 years LaTonya Williams, two daughters Marionna Williams & Elijah Williams, four sons Shaimoya Williams (Margo) Allen Williams (Kay) AuValoni Williams (Autumn) Elijah Williams, two grandchildren and one on the way, and many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, bonus brothers, sisters, and mothers… Anthony was truly loved by many and will be greatly missed.
Elder Williams loved his church family of Christ Apostolic Church and all of his spiritual sons and daughters. Elder Williams was an active member of the church deacon, minister, elder and in 2008-Current becoming the pastor of Christ Apostolic Church. Being a prayer warrior and a student of the word… He was passionate about speaking the word of God and praying for the people. Jesus was the center of his Joy.
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