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Mr. Charles L. Williams

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Mr. Charles Lawrence Williams, (Charlie/Cubby) transitioned from this physical life on Monday, February 3, 2020 at the Yale New Haven Hospital.

Charlie was born on July 1, 1950, to the late William and Mossie Williams, in Washington, D.C.

He received his formal education through the District of Columbia Public School System, where he was known as a star quarterback on the Brown Jr. High and Eastern High school football team. He greatly enjoy the game and was forever rooting for the Washington Redskins, however, later in life he began to just love on the San Francisco's 49ers. During the mist of his life, he experienced some life controlling challenges, however, he was able to overcome and move forward. Making a sound decision to relocate and live a quiet and simply family life, Charlie move to Waterbury, Connecticut were he resided with one of his brothers, William (Bill) and his sister-in-law Debbie. He was able to gain employment working in the role of a Material Handler for the Fosdick of Meriden, Ct.; a Food Carrier for Café Europa and as a Retail Packer for a couple of other agencies. He worked until he became disabled, but continued to be that loving, silly, and sentimental brother, uncle, and friend to many. Charlie loved being around family and friends, hanging out with his brothers, watching the games, cracking jokes, instigating, and always teasing others. He was a laid back type of guy, who was very particular about his appearance, he enjoyed wearing his caps, jeans, casual shirts, and tennis... and everything had to be neatly presented, no spots, no wrinkles, and or course no dirt on his tennis, they were always white as snow. He enjoyed eating fried chicken with a ½ bottle of hot sauce, having his morning coffee, his afternoon coke and his hostess chocolate cupcakes. . He will be missed by all that knew and loved him.

Charlie leaves to cherish his memories, one son Ronald L. Williams; three sisters and three brother –in-laws; Terry (Tony) Muse, Canzada (Gary) Twyman, and Patsy (Thomas) Kulik, two brothers, William (Debbie) Richards, and Antione Draughn, nieces; Terry, Kimberly, MaNeika, Canzada, Canzada, Sina, Marisa, Kendria, Sarah and Lashara, nephews; Antoni, Antione, Anthony, James, and a host of great nieces, great nephews and cousins and friends.

He was predeceased by six brothers.