Remembering Adyson Faith Williams, 13, and her father, Christopher Wayne Williams. Services are Friday night, Saturday; special prayer service followed middle school game.

Remembering Adyson Faith Williams, 13, and her father, Christopher Wayne Williams. Services are Friday night, Saturday; special prayer service followed middle school game.

Adyson Faith Williams

 

Services have been set for Friday night and Saturday for the father and daughter who died following a traffic accident in Chattooga County on Sunday evening. Their obituaries appear below. Ten-year-old Aiden Williams also was seriously injured in the accident. A special prayer service for the Williams/Floyd family is planned following tonight’s middle school football game; please see the details below.

Adyson Faith Williams, age 13, of Rome, passed away on Sunday, September 8, 2019, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Adyson was born in Rome, Georgia, on December 7, 2005, daughter of Jessica Lynn Holloway Floyd and the late Christopher Wayne Williams.  She was an eighth grader at Armuchee Middle School where she was active in the band and chorus.  Adyson attended Fairhaven Baptist Church.

Survivors include her mother, Jessica Floyd (Jamie), Rome; two brothers, Aiden Williams, Rome, and Jonathan Williams, Glencoe, AL; a sister, Adalyn Floyd, Rome; three stepbrothers, Tyler Floyd, Devin Floyd and Logan Floyd; grandparents, Wayne and Gail Williams, Kirby & Linda Holloway, Spencer Floyd and Brenda and Marshall Giles; great grandmother, Wanda Nell Loveless; aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral services for Adyson and her dad will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at 1 p.m. in the Chapel at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, Oaknoll Chapel, with the Rev. Matt West and the Rev. Steve McCaslin officiating.  Interment will follow in Hardeman Cemetery.

The family of Adyson and Chris will receive friends at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, Oaknoll Chapel, on Friday from 5 until 8 p.m.

Pallbearers are asked to assemble on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. and include Tyler Floyd, Devin Floyd, Josh Holloway, Hunter Holloway, Travis White and Austin White.

Christopher Wayne Williams

Christopher Wayne Williams, age 47, of Cedar Bluff, Alabama, passed away on Sunday, September 8, 2019, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Chris was born in Rome, Georgia on May 8, 1972, son of Charles Wayne Williams and Wanda Gail Loveless Williams.  He was preceded in death by a daughter, Adyson Williams.  Chris was a 1990 graduate of Cedar Bluff High School and was a member of Fairhaven Baptist Church.  He worked for many years as an EMT and was currently working for Puckett EMS in Chattanooga and part-time with A&E Emergency Services of Franklin County.

Survivors include two sons, Jonathan Williams, Glencoe, AL, and Aiden Williams, Rome; his parents, Wayne and Gail Williams, Cedar Bluff; grandmother, Wanda Nell Loveless, Cedar Bluff; special friend, Maryann Studdard; aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral services for Chris and his daughter, Adyson, will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at 1 p.m. in the Chapel at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, Oaknoll Chapel, with the Rev. Matt West and the Rev. Steve McCaslin officiating.  Interment will follow in Hardeman Cemetery with the Rev. Vince Whittington officiating.

The family will receive friends for Chris and Adyson at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, Oaknoll Chapel, on Friday from 5 until 8 p.m.

Employees of Puckett EMS will serve as pallbearers and are asked to assemble on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.


From Armuchee Middle School Assistant Principal Jill Thacker:

The student athletes, their families, coaches and the community took part in a special prayer service for the family following Wednesday evening’s middle school game. Below is the note shared about that event earlier in the day.

(Wednesday), instead of having a Fifth Quarter at the end of the middle school game, we are hosting a community prayer for the Williams/Floyd family. The focus will be to let Aiden Williams and his family know the Armuchee football program is praying for him. I have spoken with all of the rec department coaches along with cheerleading coaches. I have also lined up various church officials to meet with the different age groups… Bob Agan will meet and pray with high school age students.

In speaking with Coach Elliott, he thinks the game will end around 5:45. We are going to have the different age groups meet individually with a prayer leader (three to five minutes) and then Jason Stockton (Life Church) will lead everyone in a large group prayer. We are wanting this to be meaningful but yet get everyone back to their home churches in time to attend Wednesday night services.

Please share with your teams. If they can make it, I am asking the coaches and players to meet me toward the field house during the fourth quarter. This way we can determine the space needed for each group.

Thank you for allowing us to use your field for this. The mother is very appreciative of all the prayers and support.

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