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Mr. Terrence G. Williams
October 19, 1986 ~ June 11, 2023 (age 36) 36 Years Old
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Terrence “Tiny” Gerard Williams was born on October 19, 1986 in Englewood, New Jersey to Carla Yvette Green and Johnnie Lee Woods. Terrence spent the early years of his childhood with friends and family in Birmingham, Alabama. Like every busy boy, Tiny enjoyed his toys and taking apart radios. To know Tiny you had to know his love for his favorite toy which was his red ice cream truck that sang "ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM", and would rock side to side and roll off.
At the age of ten Tiny, his brother Larry and mom Carla "The Infamous TLC" moved to St. Louis, Missouri. At that time he was enrolled in St. Louis Public Schools where he took interest in basketball and freestyle tumbling. Terrence confessed his life to Christ at New Testament Christian Church in South St. Louis.
In December of 2005 Terrence became a father to a beautiful baby girl named Teairra, whom he took so much pride in. He would laugh and joke about how little she was with big eyes, just like him. On January 23, 2009 he was married to Angeletta Santiago and from that union Tiny gained four more big eyed babies (Samarria, Terrence Jr., Tristan, and Skai).
Tiny began working for Monsanto and Washington University. In his free time he would ride his motorcycle and take apart any and every electronic device just to see if he could put it back together. Tiny always had a passion to cut hair and he fulfilled that dream when he received his GED in March 2023, and enrolled into barber college.
Terrence departed this life on June 11, 2023. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife of 14 years Angeletta Williams; 5 children Teairra, Samarria, Terrence Jr., Tristan and his "babygirl" Skai; his mother Carla Green, brother Larry Williams, nephew Antynious, niece Amore, God gifted sister Mikayo, and a host of uncles, aunts and friends.