Welcome to Williams Funeral Home
We want you to feel comfortable and at home. Our goal is to make our guests, and your guests, feel at home, or at ease. We understand the importance of our role in the celebration of the life of your beloved family member. We continue to pledge our service and support to the community of Sumter and the surrounding areas. We owe these communities a debt of gratitude for their years of trust and support.
We provide this website to you as a way to answer some of your questions about Williams Funeral Home, Inc. and its services. While we view our website as a service to you, we do not consider it a substitute for personal contact and service. So if you have questions you would like to discuss, or there is a way we may assist you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Edna Mae Williams McLeod, 69, was born February 14, 1952 in St. Charles to the late Roman Williams Sr. and Louise Herrington Williams. She was called to eternal rest on April 26, 2021 at her residence. Edna attended the public schools of Lee County. After graduating from Mt. Pleasant High School, she attended South Carolina State University and studied Early Childhood Development. Edna worked as a substitute teacher for Orangeburg Consolidated Five. Any child that came across her path grew... Read More
Howard Willie “Butch” Sumter, 67, transitioned on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Prisma Health Richland Heart Hospital in Columbia, with his family there. Born in Kershaw County, he was the son of the late Hammie Williams, Jr. and Pearlee Boykin Sumpter. He was reared by the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moses of Rembert. He also resided with Mr. Clyde Kirven for a number of years with his friends and relatives in love there. He attended schools of Sumter County and was a recent retiree of... Read More
Celeste Latoya Mickens, 40, affectionately known as “Let” was born on April 14, 1981 in Lee County to David Lee Boyd and Etta Mickens. She departed this earthly life on Sunday, April 25, 2021. Let attended the public schools of Lee County and was a 1999 graduate of Bishopville High School. She was known throughout the community as talkative and a good-hearted person. Let was a member of the Usher Board and various choirs at Mechanicsville United Methodist Church. She leaves to mourn... Read More
Kennedy McDonald, “better known as “Kenny”, son of Betty Williams McDonald and the late Valentine McDonald, was born in Sumter on May 7, 1965. He departed this life on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at Prisma Health Tuomey Hospital, Sumter. Kenny was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and graduated from Sumter High School, Class of 1984. Kenny was a very private person. He put his life on hold to become a caregiver for his aging mother and two brothers. Kenny served... Read More