We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.
When we sit down with a family, we have just one goal: to create a fitting, memorable and affordable service for their loved one. Together, we explore the wide variety of services and products available, as well as a wealth of creative ideas and suggestions.
Together, we'll design a memorial or funeral service that suits their needs now, and in the future. Families who come to us know that years from now, they will have deep peace-of-mind because in coming to us, they've done their best to honor their loved one.
Rick is a licensed embalmer and funeral director. He has been involved in the Funeral Profession all of his life. He is a graduate of Baldwin High School and a graduate of Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science.
A member of the Academy of Graduate Embalmers of Georgia, NFDA, Masons, Shrine, Kiwanis, Gideons
Donna is a native of Lincolnton, GA, a graduate of Cedartown High School and attended Georgia College. She is a member of First United Methodist Church and is active on several of its committees. Donna is an active member of Milledgeville Garden Club, a volunteer for the Lockerly Foundation and serves on the Oconee Regional Medical Center Healthcare Foundation.
Cameron A. Williams is a third Generation Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He is a graduate of John Milledge Academy, where he was active in sports, and received a Bachelors of Business Administration from Valdosta State University. Cameron is married to Holly Nelson Williams. Cameron is a mason and an avid golfer.
Larry is a native of Washington County, He is a graduate Brewton Parker College; GC&SU; and of Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science and is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. Larry is also an ordained Baptist Minister and serves as pastor of Davisboro Baptist Church. He is also a Certified Celebrant.
Annie is a native of Watkinsville, GA. She is a graduate of GC&SU with a degree in Criminal Justice. She is a 2010 Graduate of Ogeechee Technical College with a degree in Funeral Service Education. Annie is active in her home church, Antioch Christian, of Watkinsville and enjoys meeting people, and cooking in her spare time.
Chester is a native of Hancock County, grew up in Baldwin County. Retired from Central State Hospital Music Therapy Division and is active in Mosleyville Baptist Church where he is the music director.
Claudette is a native of Hancock County, having lived in Milledgeville most of her life. She and husband Jimmy have one daughter, Hope Mullis, and two granddaughters, Bailey and Lily Mullis. Claudette is a member of First United Methodist Church.
Quincy is a native of Baldwin County, he has been involved in the Funeral Profession for most of his life. Quincy is retired from Central State Hospital food service division. Quincy is a member of Providence Family Fellowship, Toomsboro, GA and serves as music director. He is married to Donna Willoughby Simpson and has three sons.
Raymond is a lifelong resident of Wilkinson County and a licensed Funeral Director. He is retired from Central State Hospital, and has been working with the Williams Family since 1964.
Randy is a native of Atlanta, currently residing in Milledgeville. He and his wife Collene have one daughter, Angie. Randy is employed by Windstream and is a member of First United Methodist Church.
Hollis is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He was born and raised in Eatonton and a graduate of Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science. Hollis enjoys pets and riding motorcycles in his spare time.
Wayne is a 1968 graduate of the Cincinnatti College of Mortuary Science. Wayne is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer and been in the Funeral Business for over 48 years. He is retired from A.S. Turner Funeral Home in Atlanta. He and his wife Sandra are members of Friendship Baptist Church in Eatonton.
Mr. Williams started his career or as he would refer to it "his calling" to the Funeral Ministry in 1952. Mr. Williams was active in the Profession until his death in 2006. He enjoyed helping people as was evident of his life he dedicated to the communities and the people he served. He served with a servants heart and a gracious attitude to everyone who entrusted their loved one to him. He instilled a Professional and Dignigfied attitude of Service that is evident today in the 3rd Generation to follow in his footsteps.