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Steven P. Williams

September 13, 1965 ~ March 13, 2024 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Steven Williams Obituary

Utica, NY-Steven P. Williams, 58, of West St., Utica, NY, passed away unexpectedly in his home on March 13, 2024, of natural causes.

He was born on September 13, 1965, in Ilion, NY the son to the late Robert L. and Bonnie G. (Davis) Williams Sr. He was a graduate of Ilion High School class of 1984.

Steve began his first career in skilled trades with installing flooring of all types. He then moved onto work for his sister at MedEx Billing, Inc. as a billing specialist. He was often the entertainment for the office so not much work got done when he was having his witty moments. He then took employment with Wyoming Community Hospital in the Maintenance Department where he later became a supervisor. Because of his love of animals, he had also worked at the Humane Society often tackling the cage cleaning of some difficult animals.

He was a kindhearted, loving, and witty person. He would always come up with something that was sure to make us all laugh or question where he got that knowledge from. He also carried that wit through to any social setting or job he took on. He loved sports especially football and spent a lot of time watching games with his father. When his dad fell ill, he became a great companion and caregiver to him until his passing. He would then continue to watch football, especially the Buffalo Bills games, where he would text the tenuous moments with his sister, Wendy.

When dad was a bit younger, he and Steve spent a lot of time fishing, which was one of their favorite hobbies.

While living in LeRoy, NY he attained his scuba diving certification and loved going scuba diving with his sister exploring the beautiful underwater world.

Steve had a creative spirit when it came to art, music, and cooking. He was a natural at the guitar, he could pick it up and play a riff he had heard from almost any rock song. His favorite guitarist was Yngwie Malmsteen, who many have not heard of. He was a great cook, which he got from his mother, and loved creating specialty pizzas along with delicious dishes of almost anything.

Steve’s family and friends have so many happy and cherished memories. We especially loved getting together at Christmas time as a family, most recently at Kenny and Todd’s home, who always put on an amazing spread of food. Renee and Bobby would bring mom’s famous broccoli casserole, Mike, Steve, and Wendy would come planning to stay a day or two as we were always in a food coma afterward. We played many games and had so many laughs with his nieces and nephew. Steve always brought his witty self, and we will miss him and his wit dearly.

Survivors include a sister Wendy Mancuso of LeRoy, NY, three brothers Michael L. Williams of Utica, Kenneth P. Williams and husband Todd Blodget of Little Falls, and Robert L. Williams Jr. and wife Renee of Mohawk. Also, a niece Lauren Williams and her fiancé Jonathan Duncan of Spring Hill, Fl, a nephew Tristen Williams of Mohawk, a niece Brianna Williams of Mohawk.

Steve also leaves behind his feline companions Willy Boo and Scooby Boo who he loved very much.

He was predeceased by his mother Bonnie G. Williams (Davis) and his father Robert L. Williams Sr.

The family will be receiving relatives and friends on Friday, March 22, 2024, from 4-6 pm at the Vincent A. Enea Funeral Service (next to Hannaford Markets), 527 E. Albany St. Herkimer, NY. A short prayer service will follow at 6:00 pm in the chapel of the funeral home. Burial will take place at Armory Hill Cemetery, at a later date.

Steve will live on in our hearts, memories and will be loved forever and never forgotten.

Psalm 4.8—In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.

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