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Leunam S. Williams

January 25, 2024
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Leunam Williams Obituary

  Leunam Sirquon Williams, 35, of Indian Orchard, Massachusetts, departed this life on Thursday, January 25, 2024, at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield.

  Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he was a son of Jason Jeffries and Gladys Williams.  Leunam lived in Rhode Island for most of his life, relocating to Springfield six months ago.  He was employed as a truck driver and enjoyed spending time with his children, listening to music, dancing, and rapping.  A jack-of-all-trades, he was also a comedian and an aspiring basketball coach.  Pre-deceased by his father, Jason Jeffries and a brother, Devon Williams.

  Leunam is survived by his mother, Gladys Williams of Springfield;  his partner, Jerica Johnson of Springfield;  two sons, Leunam S. Williams Jr. and Jayson Williams, both of Springfield;  five daughters, Laniah Bradley of Groton, Connecticut and Taniyah Williams, Lamiyah Williams, Mariah Williams, and Liah Bradley, all of Springfield;  three brothers, Renardo Williams of Springfield and Chanel Williams and Rodney Hollis, both of New Bedford, Massachusetts;  two sisters, Chemere Williams of Georgia and Kenise Williams of New Jersey;  his father-in-law, Robert Anthony Johnson of Rhode Island;  a host of other relatives;  and many friends. 

The calling hour is 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at Harrell Funeral Home, followed by funeral services at 11.

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Funeral Service
Wednesday
February 7, 2024

10:00 AM
Harrell Funeral Home
355 Saint James Avenue
Springfield, MA 01109

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