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Euclid Williams, Jr.

December 15, 1936 — August 25, 2019


Euclid Comer Williams was born in Columbia, TN on December 15th, 1936 with family roots in Hartselle, Alabama. Euclid passed away peacefully in his home in Apopka , FL in August, 2019. He graduated from Tennessee Tech University with a degree in Engineering. His career as an chemical engineer spanned many decades including Lockheed Martin, Raychem, and EIS and made many close friends during those years. He was very passionate and eccentric about engineering and loved to share old stories about all the projects he used to be a part of. He was just as devoted and supportive to his children and grandchildren. “Pops” was very involved in every activity the family was a part of. He came to every game and attended every show. Pops wasthe first one there and the last to leave. He was generous with his time and effort regarding friends and family. His missing presence will leave a very wide hole where he used to be. Pops loved animals and nature and lived near Wekiwa State Park in Apopka, Florida. In his life he had dogs, cats, and horses and they were all family to him. We hope he is reunited with his animals along with the rest of the Williams family who have gone on before him. Euclid was predeceased by his parents and his son Brent and will be lovingly remembered by his ex-Wife Pat Slayton Williams, Son Scott and daughter-in-law Karen, Son Brent (predeceased) and daughter-in-law Emilce, and daughter Amy. He also leaves behind 5 grandchildren, Brenttnie, Tyler, Carson, Peyton and Brady. Interment will be at Rose Hill Cemetery in Columbia, TN at a future date. He will be buried with his loving parents, Euclid Williams, Sr. and Gladys Mae Hardison."

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