Suwannee Democrat

Suwannee Democrat

January 31, 2013

Fund set up to help Williams family

Live Oak — Two local men lost their lives in a tragic incident. The family is requesting contributions to help with the final expenses. An account for this purpose has been set up at the Lafayette State Bank for donations to help with funeral expenses. 
Abram Williams, 41, and Michael Williams, 46, were involved in a violent incident and both killed. 

There are three ways that people can help the grieving families and the burden of final expenses and they are: donating directly to the Abraham and Michael Williams Funeral Fund at either one of the Lafayette State Bank Branches in Branford, Mayo or Live Oak; by donating to the designated agent for the family, Paul Snipes by calling him at 386-776-2287 or 386-438-4674 for details; or send the donation to the burial fund at the Luraville Baptist Church, 20309 180th St., Live Oak. The contact at the church is Paul Gamble.

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