Anthone “Awill” Williams, 31, was abruptly taken from us on January 15, 2020 in New Kensington, PA.
Anthone was survived by his mother Phyllis Napoli-Williams (Alvie), father Keith, brother Mike, sisters Felicia, Tonni, Valen, Ashlee (Tate). His girlfriend Karlyn, and his five children Akarah, Anthone Jr.,Alijah, Vi’Andre (Kayla), and Antonio (Fontessa). His nephews and nieces Deonté, Kaiya, Brydon,Trey, Aniya, Travonni, Ma’Qaih, Ashanae, Jarie, Ronald Jr., Amoni, Tania, Alayna, his aunts, uncles, and cousins, and his dogs Dolly and Bullet.
Anthone’s life revolved around spending time with his children, family, and friends. He loved playing cards and video games. We will never forget his smile and generosity that brightened up the room.
Anthone was a great father, ALWAYS providing, nurturing, and guiding each of them to be the best that they can be. He will be sadly missed and remembered by all. He has a special place in everyone’s heart that he has ever come in contact with.
Friends will be received Tuesday 2-4 P.M. and 7-9 P.M. at the Giunta-Bertucci Funeral Home, Inc., 1509 5th Ave., Arnold. JohnPaul Bertucci, Suprv. A Funeral service will be held Wednesday 11 A.M. at the River Community Church, 200 Freeport Rd, New Kensington, with Pastor Dean Ward Presiding. EVERYONE PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE CHURCH.
Burial will be private.
Everyone walks a path through life, and not everyone proceeds straight forward. Some choose to stay to the left and continue on regardless of the obstacles, but others may choose to go right approaching a curve. They must put forth their best effort to keep going forward. Anthone was proceeding forward.
You chose to remove Anthone off his path of life only to walk in his footsteps. Anthone was blessed with wealth money could not buy. He was born with God’s gift, therefore you cannot succeed. May God have mercy on your soul when the day comes that your loved ones get to endure the agonizing pain you have bestowed upon us by your horrendous and cowardly choice of removing Anthone from his circle of life.
Ignorance is a virtue calling out your name. We, Anthone’s loved ones, look forward to your day in the spotlight that you chose, but least expect.
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