Anthony Chaplain "Tony" Williams
January 02, 1942 - December 18, 2017
Saturday, June 30, 2018 7:49 PM
Francois Foster (Detroit, MI)
Saturday, April 21, 2018 2:01 PM
Dear loving family & friends of Anthony,
I’m very sorry for the sad loss of your beloved Anthony. Though I don’t know you, and I didn’t know your dear Tony, please accept my deepest sympathy for you in your sad loss.
I would like to share with you what continues to bring me comfort in the most painful losses of my life in the hope that you will find some additional comfort.
I think about the fact that they’re not suffering in any way, and that means a lot to me! And I look forward to the time for the resurrection at which time I hope to be here to welcome them each back to life with a close and loving hug! My beloved Mom and Dad and my beloved youngest brother who died suddenly and very unexpectedly at age 51.
Acts 24:15 promises “that there is going to be a resurrection.” Ecclesiastes 9:11b explains why many die, that “time and unexpected events (Or, “unforeseen occurrence”) overtake them all.”
Our loving God doesn’t cause sad things to happen to our loved ones, as James 1:13 shows.
Revelation 21:4 give us the wonderful promise for the near future of no pain or death!
Psalms 37:10, 11, 29 help us realize that many will upon being resurrected, be welcomed back to life by their loved ones! Then “the meek will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace to live forever here on the earth when it’s restored to paradise conditions! Then life will be like our Creator meant for life to be! Perfect peace and harmony; even the animals will be safe and peaceful as Isaiah 11:6-9 shows.
Isaiah 33:24 shows that there won’t be any more sickness! And Job 33:25 that older ones will return to the days of their youth but with good health!
Romans 15:4 shows that we can find true comfort in God’s written Word.
Please look at JW.ORG for more comfort.
Cindy Boyer (Mohnton, PA)
Saturday, December 30, 2017 2:46 PM
The loss of someone so dear to us as Tony was is never easy and we hope the cherished memories you have will sustain you with love and peace. We miss him terribly already. He will remain our hearts forever.
Darlene and Tony Marinello (metairie, LA)
Saturday, December 30, 2017 1:31 PM
Tony is the father of one of my best friends since kindergarten Danny Williams. My earliest memory of him was at Danny’s birthday party in third grade. We would all lie on the floor and he would stand over us and try and make us laugh just by standing there. It worked every time.
As we got older he would continue to make us laugh by saying to us when we entered the room “Was there a prison break? How’d you all get here?”
Tony and Sheila had a house that was always welcome for us to be in growing up. As rambunctious high schoolers we would make a ton of noise in Danny’s basement on weekend nights until we would hear a stern voice from the top of the stairs say “Danny, can you come up here please?” Then Danny would say to us “Guys, my Dad!” and we’d shut up. Not once did Tony ever yell at us or get mad, he knew boys will be boys.
Tony, your legacy and humor will live on with Danny’s friends who grew up in Olney. To this day, twenty five years after high school, anytime the high school gang is all being loud together Danny will crack us up when he interjects with “Guys, my Dad!”
Chris Zonts (Los Angeles, CA)
Wednesday, December 27, 2017 3:34 PM
Tony's humor, along with his ability to see what many of us had yet to figure out, was why his staff not just loved our jobs, but loved and respected him.
Anne Mayberry (Arlington, VA)
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 5:56 PM
Tony and Robin's family was just the most wonderful family I have ever known. Sally, Bill, Robin were each sweet, funny,smart and enlightened. The presence of the Williams family in my life made quite a lasting mark. I wanted what they had, which had nothing to do with money or status. They had love for each other with enough left over to share with whoever came to their door.
What a wonderfully funny,good guy Robin had for a brother.
evelyn brown (Richmond, VA)
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 10:35 AM
Tony was one of the first members of the Kiwanis Club of Cape May when I joined to make me feel welcomed and part of the "family". Over the years we have come to appreciate his warmth and gentle humor and untiring dedication to his friends and community. He will be missed by all.
Larry Reed (Cape May, NJ)
Monday, December 25, 2017 8:41 PM
Tony was a good man, a good leader and I’m glad to have known him as a friend. I will miss him.
Chuck Kealy (Cape May, NJ)
Sunday, December 24, 2017 8:11 AM
When Tony joined the Kiwanis club he was very interested in our poker group. He watched for many weeks before actually joining us because he was sizing up the prey. He was a great poker player and I will miss losing to him
Jim Rochford (Cape May, NJ)
Saturday, December 23, 2017 8:15 AM
Tony was a gentlemen and an inspiration to us. His personality lit up the room and he was such a sincere dedicated man to the Kiwanis Club of Cape May. He was a former President of Kiwanis and he inspired me to be the current President of the Club.
Kim and Jim Ford (Cape May, NJ)