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Floyd Lee Williams

June 20, 1939 — October 13, 2021

Obituary For Floyd Lee Williams

Floyd Lee Williams, Sr, 82, of Sedalia, MO, passed away at his home on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. On June 20, 1939, he was born in Glenn Allen, MS, a son of Alex Williams and Estella (Mason) Williams, who preceded him in death.

On November 17, 1972, in Sedalia, MO, he was united in marriage to Sandra Kay Christian, who resides in the home.

Floyd became saved at a very young age and always put God first. He served honorably in the U.S. Air Force. His work history included Sedalia Ice and Cold Storage, Skagg's Drug Store, Town and Country Shoes, State Fair Community College, and Co-Owner of Downtown Lounge and Magic City Night Club. Floyd was also employed by the Sedalia School District 200 for 37 years. He coached at Smith-Cotton High School as an assistant coach for football and track until 1990 and was the head wrestling coach. While being the head wrestling coach, he brought home a State Championship. That had not happened in 50 years. One of his proudest moments was being the Offensive Coordinator for Kemper Military Academy's College Football Team. In addition, he always helped with the Boy's and Girls' Summer Camp and the NAACP Summer Camps. Floyd was a loving husband father and son. He met no strangers and considered everyone to be family. His smile would lite up the world. To some, he was known as Floyd, but to all, he was best known as "Coach." He was a great coach and mentor to all that knew him.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by five sons, Floyd Williams, Jr. of Jackson, MS, Art Williams, Sr., Lance Williams, Ronald Williams (Dawn), and Paul Williams, all of Sedalia; four daughters, Adrienne Sutton, of Horn Lake, MS, Shelane Williams-Morris (Kevin) of Warrensburg, Gloria Frieson, of Washington, DC, Tanaeia Smith of Sedalia; an uncle, Jake Mason, of Dallas, TX; a sister, Tracy Williams of Huntsville, AL; 40 grandchildren; 46 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren; a special niece, Veronica Pantoya; five granddaughters, Briana Williams, Kiara Williams, AnJanae Moore (Quivonta), Tayian Williams, and Zakiyah Williams.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Glenda D. Hilton; a brother, Connie Williams, Sr.; a sister, Anna Lee Lewis (Williams); and two grandsons, Andrew Meyers, Jr., and Malachi Freeman.

The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at Rea Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Dr. Terrance Moody officiating.

Visitation will be at the Chapel from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 19, 2021.

The burial will be at Crown Hill Cemetery, Sedalia, MO, with full military honors by the United States Air Force and Sedalia VFW Post #2591.

Pallbearers will be Tariq Williams, RaeQuan Williams, Art Williams, Jr., Quivonta Moore, Billy Farmer, and Anthony Pantoya.

Honorary bearers will be Coach Norris Kelley, Coach Leonard Butler, Coach Kim Graves, Coach Willie Jenkins, Sr., and Brian Buckner.

Memorial contributions may be made to the family for an athletic scholarship fund to be set up through Smith-Cotton High School in the care of Rea Funeral Chapel.

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