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July 14, 2020


Keeyon Tokeoddius Williams
March 12, 1976 - July 06, 2020

“Lord, make me to know my end, And what is the measure of my days…, my age is as nothing before You; Certainly every man at his best state is but vapor.”    Psalms 39:4-5                                                     
The earthly chapter of the life of Keeyon Tokeoddius Williams closed on Monday morning, July 6, 2020 in Scranton, Pennesylvania.

Keeyon was born on March 12, 1976 to Patricia and Thomas Williams. He was reared in Mt. Hermon, LA where he was educated at Mt. Hermon High School. He picked up the Daily mantel that was in operation for many years, a family business that sustained the family for many years. Later in life, he changed his career and became a long-distance truck driver with KLLM Transport. He resided in San Antonio, Texas later moving to Houston, Texas where his residence was at his passing.

Keeyon was reared in a Christian environment. He attended Plainview and Midway Churches under the leadership of the late Eld. Fred Hobbs and Bishop Vernon E. Kennebrew.

Keeyon leaves to cherish his precious memories his mother, Patricia Williams of Plano, TX; father, Thomas Williams of Kentwood, LA; his only darling baby sister, LaKisha (Kevin “Also Known As” LAW) Ware of Dallas, TX; special friend, Taynareon LeBlanc; Maleah LeBlanc, who he raised as his own, of Houston, TX; brothers, Dontae Baptiste of New Orleans, LA and Reginald Williams; aunts, Frankie (Louis) Brown of Sunset, LA, Flora Green who was also his God mother of Slidell, LA; uncles, Dolph (Annie) Kemp of Slidell, LA, James (May Helen) Kemp of Covington, LA; his beloved grandparents, Charlie Conerly, Sr. and Lula Mae Conerly who preceded in death, as well as his uncles Charlie Ray, Jr. and Leroy; and a dear cousin, Vanessa Banks. Keeyon will always have a special place in the hearts of his nieces, and nephews that looked up to him and had many wonderful phone conversations with him as their uncle. A special bond with his cousins and will be treasured always, as well as his Godchildren. Earth hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot Heal.

A graveside service will be held at Conerly Cemetery on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 10:30AM with Overseer Kevin Ware officiating.

Crain and Sons Funeral Home - Franklinton are in charge of arrangements.

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