Terrance Curtis Williams
Remembering His Spirit
“A little while and ye shall not see me, and again, a little while, and ye shall see me, because I go to the Father.”
Services for Terrance Curtis Williams will be Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at one o’clock p.m. at Brown’s Funeral Home. Viewing will be Wednesday, Noon – 1 p.m. Brown’s Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Pastor Ken Braxton officiating. Interment at Picayune Cemetery.
Terrance Curtis Williams was born August 18, 2010 at 12:01 a.m. in Picayune, to Ms. Lillie Elizabeth Williams and Terence Lamont Stuckey at Highland Community Hospital.
Although his life was brief, he was a happy baby who bought much joy to his family, “Toota Woota, Stanley, Meter Man, and Snicker Doodle” as he was lovingly referred to was a bundle of joy to his extended family and all who knew him. He had a special connection to his brother, Omar and was loved unconditionally by his great-aunt, Doris Whitehead.
Little Terrance departed his short earthly walk to begin his eternal heavenly journey on October 16, 2010 at Highland Hospital when God sent an angel to close his eyes and whisper “peace be thine”.
Terrance leaves a legacy of family and friends to cherish his love and memories: his loving mother, Lillie Williams; his father, Terence L. Stuckey, both of Picayune; four brothers, Trejavean J. Williams, Omar S. Hasain, Triston L. Stuckey, and Tavoris L. Stuckey; three sisters, Amiyah S. Hasain, Raycheal A. Goff, and Tamarah S. Stuckey; maternal grandmother, Elaine Williams; maternal grandfather, Stan Legier; paternal grandmother, Mary Stuckey; paternal grandparents, Thomas and Juanita Stuckey; four uncles, Thomas Stuckey, Jr., Brian K. Williams, Joseph S. Williams, and Robert Williams; six aunts, Carmita Robinson, Shervette Jones, Stanzetta E. Legier, Carla M. Brown, Candi S. Huskey, and Lorrie M. Johnson; and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends.