Kirk E. Williams age 61, born November 30,1956, met his Heavenly Father on May 1, 2018. Kirk resided in San Antonio with his beloved wife Denise H. Williams. Kirk was the son of Edward Williams (deceased) and Frances Williams of Plainfield New Jersey. He is survived by many family members. His mother Frances Williams, three daughter's (Nikka, Lindsey, Paige) and two step-son's, (Lanneau, and Joshua). He is remembered by his brothers and sisters Sherry Melvin Umrani, Brian Melvin, Barton Williams, and Kim Williams Tunstal, as well as many niece's, nephews, and cousins. He is joining his brother Allen Melvin in heaven. Before Kirk ascended to heaven, he was blessed with a new title of Grandpa. Grandson Rylan Enzo Morgan-Allen, son of Paige Williams and Russell Morgan-Allen greeted his grandpa on April 15, 2018.
Kirk began his life in Jersey City, New Jersey. His family later moved to Elizabeth, New Jersey, where he attended school. Kirk was a quiet boy most of the time, except when you might come between him and his food. If his food was not ready to serve when he sat down, he would let it be known that he was hungry, and that did not change in his adult life. There were two foods he absolutely loved, his mom's lasagna and Sara Lee cheese cake. He loved cheese cake so much, he swore that when he grew up he was going to marry Sara Lee.
Kirk had many interests. He played the flute, saxophone, baseball, football, and swam; but, football had a longer life. He played at Jefferson High School and at Central University in Wilberforce, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of of Science in Business Administration. This is where he met Sharon the mother of his two oldest daughters. He spent a good portion of his adult life in Dayton, Ohio with his wife Robyn, the mother of his youngest daughter. He started his administrative career with Dayton Power and Light Company, then transferred to San Antonio and began his career with Humana Government Business and onto Humana Inc. It is in San Antonio that he met and married his soul mate, Denise H. Williams. They met at her front door and were together from that day forward.
Many have said that Kirk was one of the nicest guys you would ever meet, and it was true. He made people feel special and important; he was a gentleman, always kind, polite, and very much the G.Q. guy. Kirk will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and community.
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