Darryl Titus Williams, passed away on March 1, 2023 at the age of 60. Darryl was born August 25,1962 to Eugene Titus Williams and Annie Kate Williams in Youngstown, Ohio.
He was a long-time resident of Phoenix and later moved to Sun City, Arizona. After graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1980, Darryl joined the Air Force. After his tenure in the military, he had a successful career in real estate, making a long-lasting and positive impact on the lives of his clients and colleagues. Darryl was a member of many professional organizations including the Travis Williams American Legion Post 65 and the 100 Black Men of Phoenix.
Darryl was an avid Cleveland Browns fan and supported his Browns through victory or defeat. Darryl’s infectious smile brought joy to many and could light up any room. He enjoyed spending time making new friends and playing with his beloved dogs.
Darryl was loved and survived by his two daughters, Dominique Williams of San Antonio, TX and Danielle Williams of Washington, DC; brother Michael Jackson of Scottsdale, AZ; sisters Eugenia “Genie” Williams-Bynum (Lee) of Thomasville, NC and Theadoris “Dolly” Perdue of Solon, OH; and nieces and nephews including Cottrell Atwood (Davina), Vincent Atwood, and Jermaine Moncrief. Darryl is preceded in death by his parents.
Darryl's passing leaves a void in the lives of those who knew him. He will be remembered for his kindness, dedication, and commitment to his profession. His family and friends will miss his companionship and will cherish the memories they shared with him.
The family would like to extend their gratitude to those who cared for Darryl during his illness and thank all who have offered their support during this time.
A Memorial Service will be held Saturday April 29,2023 1:00pm at Jerusalem Baptist Church 2003 Wilson Ave.Youngstown, Ohio. Pastor Derrick Anderson Officiating. A repast will follow immediately after in the church fellowship hall.
F. D. Mason Memorial Funeral Home Inc. was given the honor to serve the family locally during this time of bereavement.