REMEMBERING JOEY BRADLEY WILLIAMS

Join us here to view a livestream of the service honoring Joey on Thursday, November 19th at 3:00pm.

Joey Bradley Williams, 65, of West Alexandria, OH, passed away early Tuesday morning, November 10, 2020. Born January 1, 1955 in Hazard, KY, he was a son of the late Aster & Annie (Allen) Williams. Joey worked as a meat cutter and meat manager at many grocery stores throughout his career and also worked in construction for several years as part of a business partnership alongside his brother-in-law, Doug Maggard. He was a beloved member of the Eaton First Church of God for 21 years. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his son-in-law Vincent Jones, and his brothers and sisters Herman Williams, Stella Mae Laymen, Alice Lee Baker, Chester Williams, Polly Faye Neace, Kathleen Davis, Aileen White, Elihue Williams, James Irvin Williams and Jerry Williams.


Joey was survived by his beloved wife Nona Sue (Carr) Williams of 46 years who he married on January 5, 1974; Daughters Nancy (Williams) Clark & husband Bobby Clark of West Alexandria, Ohio, Mindy Sue (Williams) Jones & husband Matthew Vannatter of West Alexandria, Ohio, son Michael Williams & wife Makayla (Wright) Williams of West Alexandria, Ohio, 6 grandchildren Alyssa Clark, Logan Clark, Gabriel Jones, Jeremiah Jones, Emmit Williams and Jensen Williams, Niece Sharon (Davis) Azzalina & Rex of Eaton, Ohio, who he raised for 6 years as his own, great niece Veronica (Azzalina) Carr who was raised as his granddaughter & husband Tyler Carr, their two children Falcon & Case, brother, Aster Williams Jr. of Indiana, and Sister Bobbie Jean Holiday of Indianapolis IN, as well as a multitude of sister and brother in- laws, nieces, and nephews.


In lieu of flowers and gifts, the family asks that those sending condolences consider donating to the Joey Williams Memorial Fund at Twin Valley Bank to help his wife Nona Sue with Joey’s accumulated medical bills and funeral expenses. Donations can be made out to the Joey Williams Memorial Fund and mailed to the Twin Valley Bank at 2 E Dayton St, West Alexandria, OH 45381