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Obituary of John Paul S. Williams

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Johnny has always been a kind soul, someone you can never forget. It was easy to make him smile and once you saw it you couldn’t help but smile with him. He faced many hardships throughout his long life, but he never gave up and never stopped being happy. Johnny has always enjoyed his Walk-Walk toys, mixing his kinetic sand even if it came out brown in the end, and most importantly his poppers. He made sure to scare everyone around any chance he got. During the winter time Johnny made it his priority to “call for snow”. He loved to wish for snow just so he could get everyone’s reaction because no one else wanted it to snow. He lived a happy life and was the heart of his home. Naomi and Charlie Genson made sure to give their son the best life he could possibly have. He especially loved to go out to dinner and get ice cream afterwards with the family. His sister Angela Kowalewski loved him wholeheartedly along with her children Domonick Robinson, Annabelle Ingram and Melaina Phillips. They made sure to bring him a toy that was super annoying and Jonny absolutely loved every single one of them of them. His nurses played a very important role in Johnny’s life, making sure he had a fun time and was well taken care of. Thank you to Kevin Corson, De-Anne Cook, Angela Kowalewski, Penny, and Susan for all the hard work they put into making sure Johnny had a good happy life. Johnny loved all his family members including Angela, Ricky, Chucky, Kyle, Stephie, Lance and Jessica. May he rest peacefully.


Funeral Service
Tuesday, June 11, 2024
Wright-Beard Funeral Home Inc.
9 Lincoln Ave.
Cortland, New York, United States

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