Joseph Mario Williams, Jr.

May 8, 1937 - September 24, 2016
Joseph Mario Williams, Jr.

Joseph Mario Williams, Jr. , 79, passed away September 24, 2016. He is the son of the late Joseph, Sr. and Nancy Williams. Besides his parents he is predeceased by his son, Joseph Williams. He served his country proudly in the United States Navy and was a faithful member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church.

He is survived by his; son, Anthony Williams and his wife, Melanie; brothers, Vito Williams and his wife, Lena, Michael Williams and his wife, Theresa, Peter Williams; sisters, Marie Bono and her husband, Vincent and Irene Schli and her husband, Charles and grandchildren, Ashley, Lily and Madison.

A funeral mass will be held Thursday at 11:30 am at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 5340 High Street, New Port Richey. Burial will be held at St. Charles Cemetery in Long Island, New York. Online condolences may be offered at michels-lundquist.com


Service

Thursday, September 29, 2016
11:30 AM

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church - Directions
5340 High Street
New Port Richey, FL 34652

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  • September 27, 2016
    Tony and Tish Petricca...parishioners @ Queen of Peace.. says:
    We've known Joe for a few years from daily Mass at Queen of Peace...I serve Mass every month or so...and Joe being the daily Mass attendee.was hard to miss...sitting there most days in the sunlight when I arrived at 8am.to prepare.He'd always give me a wave with his ''Rosary'' beads in hand. As I was preparing , he would come up and ask me if he could assist me eg. bringing the ''gifts'' back tothe rear of Church.He'd address me as ''big guy'' can I help you with this? On first Fridays of the Month there would be Divine Mercy services and accordingly certain things pictures,tables, and of course a kneeler..''heavy /large'' would need to be brought out from the sacristy to the front of the altar for the priest to kneel on.Needless to say there was Joe lugging this thing out to the altar never asking for help...He reminded me of Jesus carrying the cross at times...of course I would ask if I could help...There were many other instances in my recollection of Joe's dedication and holiness although he would never want to be remembered with those virtues I think?God bless you Joe and God /Jesus knows you and how good you are....please send us your blessings to continue...misss you much...Tony and Tish Petricca