Austin James Williams

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Austin James Williams

October 15, 1995 - November 05, 2017

Austin James Williams Austin left us on November 5th, 2017, from complications sustained during a car accident. If you knew Austin then you know he didn't leave without giving you something. He filled everyone he touched with LOVE, JOY and LAUGHTER. We would ask you all to celebrate Austin's legacy by being KIND to one another.
Austin was born October 15, 1995, in Painesville, OH. He then grew to become the man we all knew and loved today. With a life full of tragedy he always tried to be the smiling face in the room. He was many things in life - a son, brother, grandson, cousin, nephew, friend, music festival junkie, salesman, gamer, athlete, coach, and sometimes a jackass, but he was our jackass and we loved him for it.
Austin is preceded in death by his sister Shelby Williams of Geneva, OH; grandfather Jim Owens of Madison, OH; and Martin Noponen of Painesville, OH.
Austin is survived by his parents, Jerry Williams and Tara Owens of Geneva, OH; sister Savannah Williams of Painesville, OH; brother Ricky Williams (Rayann Seager) of Mentor, OH; Granny Dianna Noponen of Painesville, OH; Grammy Kay Owens of Madison, OH; Grandfather George Williams of Mentor, OH; five loving aunts; three loving uncles; and a small army of loving cousins.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to his GoFundMe (https://www.gofundme.com/yay9q-austin-james-williams)
or the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in his and Shelby's Honor.
"Let there be songs to fill the air"
Published on November 7, 2017
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Memorial service

Friday November 10, 2017

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

C.A. Walker Funeral Home

828 Sherman Street, Geneva, OH, United States

Celebration of life

Saturday November 11, 2017

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Jewels Dance Hall

1770 Mill St, Austinburg, OH 44010, United States

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