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Ronn Williams

January 3, 1971 — July 14, 2021

Ronn Williams

January 3, 1971 – July 14, 2021

We are honored and privileged to celebrate the inspiring life of RONN WILLIAMS. Ronn is a beloved son, father, husband, brother, uncle, friend, actor, and all around great guy.
We humbly thank his children, Ronnie, Monique, and Jackie, as well as his parents Ronnie Sr. and Jessica Williams, for entrusting him into our care, and for allowing us to serve them at this time. May Ronn continue to Rest In Eternal Peace, and may his family and friends continue to be comforted and strengthened. We are here for you with any and everything you may need.

If you would like to leave an encouraging message or share a fun and positive story about Ronn, please feel free to do so here. 
For those that would like to support financially, please go to the Go Fund Me link provided below. Any support is greatly appreciated.

Ronn’s Celebration of Life service is scheduled for Saturday July 31, 2021. Viewing will take place at 9:30am, and the service will start at 11:00am. Elder Carruth Hall Jr. of St. Paul COGIC will officiate Ronn’s homegoing celebration at Reconciliation Apostolic Ministries located at 911 G Street, Las Vegas, NV 89106.
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Ronnie (Ronn) Lee Williams Jr. was born in Las Vegas, NV on January 3, 1971, to the union of Ronnie Lee Williams Sr. and Jessica Diane Williams.

In his early years, Ronn grew up in a healthy and thriving neighborhood, Regal Estates, in North Las Vegas. He had a multitude of childhood friends in “The States”, and many of those friendships continued into his adult years. Ronn was also part of a great church community, the Greater St. Paul Church of God In Christ, pastored by the late Bishop Carruth Hall Sr. of which Ronnie Sr. was an associate pastor. Ronn was in the Jr. Choir, Jr. Usher Board, attended Sunday school, and even got his first taste of acting in various skits and plays put on at the church. It is here where Ronn accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior.

Ronn participated in a number of activities as a young man, including playing basketball, running track, and playing the trumpet. But when he attended Chapparal High School, he found what he truly loved; theater. Ronn developed a deep passion and love for the stage and wanted to be involved in as many productions as possible. 

Upon graduating from Valley High School, Ronn enlisted in the US Navy. He served during the Gulf War in the early 1990s, and spent several years in the San Diego, CA area before returning to Las Vegas. Upon his return, Ronn quickly engaged with the Las Vegas Theater community, and became a strong and recognizable pillar in the community. Hegraced the stages of local venues such as the historic Moulin Rouge, Las Vegas Little Theatre, Onyx Theatre, and the Majestic Repertory Theatre. He played in numerous stage productions, such as A CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, OUR TOWN, HELLCAB, FOR THE JOY OF THE STING, HAMLET, BARD FICTION, and many others. Ronn’s professionalism, knowledge, powerful stage presence, and excellent work ethic was well respected within the Las Vegas theatre community.

Ronn’s greatest joy in life were his children, Ronnie III, and twins Jackie and Monique. He loved them dearly, and always wanted the very best for them. Later in life, Ronn would fall in love and marry Fa’ana Viafuana Williams, with their union lasting 7 years.

Ronn made his transition to heaven on July 14, 2021. He was preceded in death by his wife, Fa’anaViafuana Williams, and younger baby brother Emmanuel Jemar Williams.

Ronn leaves to mourn his son, Ronnie Williams III, daughters Monique Williams and Jackie Wadsworth (Gordon Wadsworth), parents Ronnie L. Williams Sr. and Jessica Williams, grandmother Ethel Wilson, brother Kirk Williams (Adrienne Williams), sister Nikkie Whitefield, all of Las Vegas, NV, and sister LaShauna Williams-Berry (Lavander Berry) of Houston, TX. In addition, nephews Michael Dancy, Dante Carter, and Caleb Williams, nieces Jasmine Jackson and Kira Williams, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Ronn’s inspiring life and legacy will live on in the hearts and memories of every person he interacted with

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