Steven Alan Williams, 37, of Deland, FL, passed away January 20, 2023, at Advent Health Orlando Hospital from health complications. He had a lifelong lung condition and is now at home with the Lord completely healed.
Steven was born November 24, 1985, in Orlando, FL, to Rod and Beth (Yates) Williams. He graduated from Central Christian High School in Kidron, OH, and Grace College in Winona Lake, IN, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management of Information Technology. He worked remotely for the Carabiner Group as a Sales Force Consultant.
Steven was known for his quick wit and sense of humor. He enjoyed family get-togethers with his eight nieces and nephews, woodworking, boating on the ocean, kayaking on the Indian River, fishing, and most recently, e-biking on the Volusia County trails. He loved all things computers and miniature dachshunds.
Steven will be deeply missed by his parents Rod and Beth Williams of Debary, FL; sisters Julie (Chris) Mantegna of Dacula, GA, and Lori (Justin) Green of Deltona, FL; nieces and nephews Ava, Eliza, Annie and Luke Mantegna, and Jace, Addison, Kinsley and Landon Green; grandmother Lois Yates of Orlando, FL, and his many other family members and friends.
Steven is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Jerry and Kay Williams, and maternal grandfather Paul Yates.
Family and friends are invited to a Celebration of Life Service on February 18, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. at First Baptist Geneva, 325 1st Street, Geneva, FL, 32732. Dr. Anthony George of First Baptist Atlanta will be officiating. Reception to immediately follow.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to Magnolia Christian School, 126 S. Ridgewood Avenue, Deland, FL, 32720 in memory of Steven Williams.
So sorry to hear about Steven. I do remember babysitting Steven and Julie. Praying for peace and comfort.
Until we meet again.
We are lifting you up at this very difficult time in your lives. We can't imagine the pain and loss you're dealing with right now. Praying that God will provide strength in the days to come and that you will feel his arms holding you up and comforting you. We pray you will be flooded with funny and joyful memories until you are reunited with him in Heaven. Love you all!
- Clint & Traci
Love Aunt Jeri