Theaplais A. Williams was born July 13, 1975 in Dade City, Florida to the Late Devora Mathis (Williams) and Calvin Williams. He attended Pasco High School and graduated in 1994. He later attended ITT where he obtained his certificate as an Electrician. He was a faithful employee of Lykes Pasco for many years, then moved on to A & K Energy. Theo enjoyed fishing, DJing, grilling and doing special projects with his dad. Theapalis loved his family, kids and grandchildren/ After a hard day's work, he looked forward to coming home to the twins, Max and Lil Nate. Theo loved life and he loved God. On Wednesday, March 2, 2022 God called Theaplais to his eternal rest. Theaplais will be greatly missed by all who truly loved him. We look forward to the day when God will do away with enemy death. Theaplais leaves to cherish his memories and life legacy with a loving and devoted family: a devoted companion, Yolanda (Dunk) Howell, father, Calvin Williams; children, Theaplais R. Williams, London Williams and Zafaybien Williams; siblings, Demitrius Williams and Tatiyana Williams; loving and devoted friends, Jackie Tucker, Charles Harrison Jr. , Mike Gray and Chris Foster; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and oter sorrowing relatives and friends.
*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have implemented necessary procedures during Visitations, Funeral Ceremonies, Gravesides, and other public and private ceremonies. We do ask that all visitors of these services to please continue to wear your masks and please remember to social distance. These new policies may be inconvenient, but due to the severity of the virus, we ask that everyone be considerate, patient, and safe with others as we try to get through this most difficult time. Seating during services may be limited so please be considerate of the immediate family especially.
*If you are attending a Graveside service or an Outdoor Celebration you are welcomed to bring your own chair as seating will be limited! We will provide water to make everyone as comfortable as possible. We thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time. We pray that everyone stays safe and cooperative with the current CDC rules.
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