North Santa Rosa

Shannon “Shane” Monroe Williams

Shannon “Shane” Monroe Williams, 39, of Jay, Florida was reunited with his Daddy in heaven on Sunday, December 29, 2013.    Shane was born on October 1, 1974 to Morgan and Elizabeth Williams.   He worked as a contract mechanic in the oil industry.    Shane was preceded in death by his Dad, Morgan Williams, his grandparents George and Ola Palmer of Century Florida, and James and Lillian Williams of Jay Florida.  Shane is survived by the love of his life and soul mate of 18 year Holly Williams, and three beautiful children that he loved more than anything, Coltin, Hunter, and Courtney Williams, His  Mother, Elizabeth Williams, Two very special uncle George “Dinky” Palmer Jr. and Arnie (Pat) Williams.  His Mother-in-law and Father-in-law Kevin and Cheri Walker, Two brothers- Monty Williams and William “Ashley” Collins, Four sisters- Debrah (Art)Dales, Tammy (Ray) Holland, Tracy Lassiter, and Jennifer (Ken) Ashworth, Brother-in-law Casey Longver, his Aunts Nancy Neal and Mammie Joe Smith,  and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.  Shane and Holly had a true love that only few will ever know.  They loved each other through the good and the bad and never gave up on each other.   Coltin, Hunter and Courtney were the light of his life.  He was so proud of them.    He’d light up when he talked about them.  Coltin, his ball player Graduated, Hunter, his master hunter, killed a big ole deer, and Courtney, his princess, that he could never say no to.  He was great son and brother always there when you needed him. He was always trying to fix things and make it better.  Shane was fun loving and outgoing.  He’d try anything once, twice if he didn’t get caught the first time and even a third time if it was worth the punishment.  He loved to hunt, fish, going to the creek, relaxing in his recliner… Shane also loved to talk.  He never met a stranger.  He was always there to help when someone had a need.  Everyone has a special memory of Shane.  The time he set the bed on fire when he was 5, the times him and Holly took someone in because they had nowhere else to go, going to the kids games, the kids birthday party, the adventure in the Wal-mart parking lot when Shane and Holly first started dating, memories from high school, bringing in the New Year with family and friends.  Cherish each memory and remember all the good times.  Visitation will be Friday, January 3rd, at the Jay Funeral Home from 6 pm to 9 pm.  Services will be on Saturday, January 4th, at the Jay Funeral Home at 1 pm with Brother Mike Hutto officiating services. Shane will be laid to rest at the Golden Memorial Cemetery in Dixonville, Florida.   Active pallbearers will be Eric Wiggins, Jamal Campbell, Chucky Wolfe, Brandon Dannelly, Austin Reid, Brent Emmons, Timothy Dales and Jayden Dales.  Jay Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements

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