Rocky Lee Williams passed away December 12, 2020 at the Adena Greenfield Medical Center at the age of 36.
Rocky was born in Washington C.H. on November 28, 1984. He attended Washington Senior High School. Rocky had his share of challenges in life, but those close to him knew he had a heart of gold and would go out of his way to help anyone in need. He was a handy man and a back-yard mechanic who used his skills to back several of his own ventures in life. Rocky was also a well-respected tattoo artist. He enjoyed mudding and riding 4 wheelers and he loved spending time with his kids, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Rocky was preceded in death by his Father, Robert “P-nut” Williams; a sister, Windy Williams; grandparents, Dorothy and James Swanigan, Carl Hatfield and Fern “Jimmi” Grube; and a special uncle, Ross Seitz; as well as, uncle Kelly Grube and a cousin Dustin Pinkerton.
He is survived by his mother and stepfather; Joyce and Steve Wilson; his children, Hailey Williams and Kyleah Frederick, grandmothers, Carol Jackson and Kay Hatfield, sisters, Robin Williams and Amber Wilson; a brother, Stephen Wilson; special aunts, Patty Canter and Tammy Massie; aunts, Michelle Grube, Tammy Grube, Susan Hatield and Cora (Tim) McCoy; special uncle, Robert Hatfield; uncle, Eugene Hatfield; close cousins, Billy and Amy Hatfield and children; as well as, many extended family members and friends.
A graveside services will be held at Washington Cemetery on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at 1pm with Pastor Mike Carmody officiating.
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