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Kenny Williams

November 4, 1972 ~ March 20, 2020 (age 47)


Kenneth “Kenny” Williams age 47 a resident of Clinton passed away Friday, March 20, 2020.

The world is still the world. There's just less in it ... Cpt. J. Sparrow... I have to remind myself that our bodies and all matter were created by God and one day will have to return to him. The only thing that truly belongs to us is our story and our energy. Anyone who knew Kenny Williams whether it was for 5 minutes or 45 years has a story to tell. Whether it be a high school story, a football story, a fishing story, a bar story, a work story, a party story, a concert story, a family story, or a childhood story. Some of them are wild and crazy. Some are funny and lucky. Some are glorified and triumphant. Some are sad and humbling but all of them are unique, authentic and original. His energy and character was truly one of a kind and anyone that knew him knows that his energy was an abundance and you would be forever changed by the positive charge he left in you. His carbon footprint so to speak. There's not enough words or tears to express the remorse and grief or describe this gigantic hole in this world that he used to fill with laughter and joy. Nothing in this world could ever compare or replace his presence or energy.... #dublife

Kenny is preceded in death by Brandy Denise Williams; by his paternal grandfather, Thomas Lee Williams and by his maternal grandparents:  Wilma Foraker and Forrest Lawson Sr.

He is survived by his son, Kristopher Williams; by parents:  Glenn and Wanda Williams; by his brother, Jason Williams and wife, Allison; by his niece, Madyson Williams; by grandmother, Ruby Williams; by special friend, Grace Villasana and also by aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family and friends.

The family will have a private graveside service at Woods Cemetery in Coalfield, TN.  Memorial donations can be made to the Oak Ridge Boys and Girls Club at 102 S. Jefferson Circle Oak Ridge, TN 37830 or to the Contact Care Line at 125 W. Gettysburg Ave. Oak Ridge, TN 37830.  Premier Sharp Funeral Home is proudly serving the Williams family and we invite you to share a message of condolence to the family at

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