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Rev Ronald Williams, 48 years old and pastor of First AME Church in Santa Monica, California was called home on yesterday morning. Also Rev. VL Brinson who was retired at the Southern California Annual conference last year, went on to be with the Lord on yesterday evening. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh blessed be the Name of the Lord.r

-- Anonymous, February 05, 2003


My prayers are with the family of Ronald Williams! May God's love, grace and mercy comfort and keep them!

-- Anonymous, February 05, 2003

Bro. Ben Franklin Lay president of the Pacific Northwest Conference in the fifth district is in the hospital and I received word today that he "flatlined and is now on life support" please pray for his family. And pray for Bishop bryant and rev. Cee as they minister to all the families in the fifth district who are hurting and grieving over their lost.

Also pray for Rev. Dr. Larry Coleman of the fifth district who lost his mother several days ago. I ask that our father above pour out his supernatural pour upon all those who are in need of comfort and healing in the fifth district.

-- Anonymous, February 05, 2003

The Funeral Services for Reverend Ronald L. Williams will be Monday, February 10, 2003, @ 11:00 a.m. The host church is First A. M. E. Church, Los Angeles; Rev. Dr. Cecil L. Murray host Pastor. 323-735- 1251

-- Anonymous, February 07, 2003

My prayers and love to Mrs. Dori Williams, wife of Rev. Ronald Williams. "Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1)

Doris Denson-Belcher, Clergy Families/Spouses Org.

-- Anonymous, February 09, 2003

My prayers go out to the Williams family as they grief over the passing away of Rev. Ronald Williams. Rev. Hanse and myself has a love relationship with the people of the First AME Church. So I express my deepest sympathy to the First AME and Rev. Murray. People say that it is when you find yourself in trying times that your faith flourish and God is exalted, Remember Lazarus!!! May the good Lord console you all.

-- Anonymous, February 10, 2003

Rev. Ronald L. Williams was a great preacher of the gospel. He was not perfect, bur he loved God. Many judged him and many chose to dislike him. Many talked about him instead of praying for him. I believe that he made peace with God. There is an old saying When looking for faults use a mirror and not a telescope. Rev. Williams was a sincere man who enjoyed life. He loved living. He enjoyed working for the Lord. Our prayers are with his darling wife Dori and wonderful children, Ronald, DeDe, Wesley, Aubrey. We are also prating for his best friend Rev. Leslie White. For all those who come across this message pray for the family. When remembering Rev. Williams and the times you may have shared with him remember a jolly smile a melodious voice and a powerful preacher. He is gone to get a reward! will you meet him there?

-- Anonymous, June 14, 2003

Soo sorry to hear about Ronald Williams. Does anyone know what took him away at such a young age? God bless and take care of his family.

-- Anonymous, September 10, 2003

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