Curtis, a retired truck driver and entrepreneur age 67, died on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
He was a native of St. Francisville and resident of Baton Rouge. Curtis spent most of his childhood and early adult life as a resident of Port Allen. Visiting was at Grant's Westside Funeral Services on March 2, 2013, from 9 am until service at 11 am, conducted by Minister Brenda Walker. Interment was in Hickory Grove B.C. Cemetery, Jackson, LA. He is survived by his two daughters, Zawoundala Guy (Dartalian), Alicia Williams both of Baton Rouge; son, Curtis L. Williams, Jr. of Alexandria; four grandchildren, Darrell Jr. (Lashunta) and Darious Wells, and Tavis and Austin Williams; four great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Denisa, Daniyah, and Chloe M. Wells; aunt, Ethel Green Smith (Norris); uncle, Seymore Green of all of Baton Rouge; special cousins, Wanda Piper, Greg Piper Sr., Isaac Carter, June Carter, and Leonard Jackson all of Baton Rouge. Curtis also leaves the following who were raised as siblings, Ruby W. Jarrett (Edward) of Baton Rouge, Leedale Williams of New Orleans, Lawrence Williams of Cottonport and John Alton Martin (Cassandra) of Atlanta; special friend, Gwen Jackson; friends, James "Donnie" Carriere, Roosevelt "Bubba" Washington, Joe Paul, Sholand Williams and Shawn Jackson; nieces; nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Tawoundala Williams; parents, George Williams and Emma Green W. Jones; maternal grandparents, Emma Mathew Green and Shelly Green; paternal grandparents, Ben Williams and Josephine Coates Williams; sister, Lillie Marie Williams and 17 aunts; nine uncles and special cousin whom he cherished, Stanley "Tookie" Williams from California. Please sign the family guestbook at www.grantswestside.com.