Mark Edward Williams – 1962-2020

Mark Edward Williams – 1962-2020

Mark Edward Williams, age 57, passed away on August 15, 2020, in Little Rock, Ark.

Mark spent his whole life helping others. After an honorable discharge from the service, he went to work as a police officer for 24 years. He was a devoted Mason and also a proud Alpha Phi Alpha. He served his family as a loving son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather. He was loving, kind, compassionate, and always supportive of his family and friends. Above all, Mark served God as a lifelong Christian and he will forever be missed.

He is survived by: Wife of 15 years, Jerena (Milligan) Williams; daughter, Chelsea Ferren; two granddaughters, Callie and Rylie; sister, Karen Williams; brother, Curtis Williams, all of Little Rock; as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Mark is preceded in death by: Father, Curtis A. Williams, mother, Rose Williams, brother, Harold Williams.

Funeral service will be Saturday, August 22, 2020, 11 a.m., Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home 1200 Chester St. Little Rock, Ark., 72202.


3 thoughts on “Mark Edward Williams – 1962-2020”

  • I come with my condolences to the family. I also want to assure you that you are not alone, and that god will comfort and strengthen you in your hour of bereavement. God will not desert you. It was definitely q joy and a pleasure having attended UALR with Mark and having served in common student organizations and extracurricular activities. I have been privileged for having him grace my life. With that being said, let’s hold fast to God’s promise that was shall all meet again. In the meantime, let’s cherish all the good memories and joyful times we shared with Mark..

  • My deepest sympathy to the Williams Family in its entirety. Mark was a great model of kindness, dedication and commitment to others, often sacrificing his own needs. He was one of the first new friends I made in college. I counted him as one of my brothers. He will be greatly missed.

  • I was so sorry to hear that Mark Williams had passed. He was such a good, kind soul! I offer sincere sympathy to Mark’s family and to all those who knew him.

    I knew Mark years ago during his college years. He and his closest college friends were such a delight! They took care of one another, and came together to serve others, all as a matter of course. Mark and his circle tackled college life with gusto, and often with grins on their faces.

    Mark had a gentle and deliberate approach that surely served him well beyond his college years. Those qualities were likely invaluable to him and the communities he served throughout his career in police work.

    I am saddened by Mark’s passing, but I know he rests in the arms of his Savior.

    Respectfully,
    Jan L. Austin

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