Anthony Williams

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Remembering the life of Anthony Johnell Williams affectionately known as Juice Boom was born on April 18, 1979 in Washington Township, NJ to the late Silas Anthony Carr and Vickie Keesee (Williams-Burgos). Johnell suddenly departed this life on Tuesday, May 7, 2024 and was called home to eternal rest. Johnell graduated from Glassboro High School in 1998. After high school, Johnell attended Pennco Tech for Automotive Technician. Johnell worked various jobs but showed interest in construction. He worked for Diamond Material alongside his stepfather, Michael Keesee and was most recently employed by Gas and Utility as a Traffic Controller. Johnell was a man of great strength, pride and character. He did not hesitate to tell you the truth. He was straight, no chaser. One of the greatest joys was to hear him laugh and see his contagious smile. As a parent, Johnell was a dedicated father to his children. Raykwon, Naszear and Johnell loved their father’s strength, integrity and pride. Daevon loved his father’s grind and how he could light up a room. Eric loved that his father was also his best friend. Zeonie loved her father’s humility and ambition. Jania loved her father’s presence which gave her a sense of security. Janasha loved that her father was her protector. Johnell was very family oriented, always spending time with his Mom, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, siblings, cousins and the list goes on because everyone that he encountered he treated as family. Johnell loved to stop by his Mom and stepfather’s home to enjoy a home cooked meal and spend quality time with them. He created unbreakable bonds with his nieces, nephews and younger cousins who call him Uncle. Johnell enjoyed traveling to Villalba, Puerto Rico to spend time with his Grandfather, Areseno Burgos. He vacationed often with his cousins and friends. It was nothing for him to catch a flight with his cousin, Richie. He was an avid reader and was in the process of writing an autobiography. To clear his mind, he would take a ride on his motorcycle or four-wheeler. He enjoyed the bike life! Johnell had many family and friends with whom he had very close relationships with especially his Aunt Es, stepdad Michael, nonbiological dad Wayne and nonbiological mom Wendy. He will be remembered for being a man of his word, his loyalty and generosity. He would take the shirt off of his back for you. He was also charming, humorous and affectionate. He was a die-hard Raiders fan. Johnell leaves to cherish in his loving memory his wife Ralesha Williams; his children Raykwon Williams, Daevon Ayers, Eric Walker, Naszear Williams, Zeonie Harris, Jania Williams, Johnell Williams and Janasha Williams; grandsons Julian Dix and Devario Walker; currently waiting on the arrival of granddaughters Demi Ayers and Amara Dix; his parents Silas Carr (preceded in death) and Vickie Keesee, stepfather Michael Keesee; grandmother Dorothy Colon; brothers Rashawn Williams, Wesley Simmons, Wayne Knox Jr. and Christopher Knox; sisters Danielle Pritchett, Lashae (Isiah) Graves, Deserre Pritchett (preceded in death), Dalisha Pritchett and Nikki Knox; goddaughter Malayah Williams, aunts uncles, nieces, nephews and a host of cousins and friends.
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Saturday, May 18, 2024
Healing Wings Pentecostal Temple, C.O.G.I.C.
520 E Stanger Ave
Glassoro, New Jersey, United States
856-442-0405
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