Rest in Peace Friends of the Feet
Dr. Walter Williams
Dr. Walter Williams went home to be with the Lord on May 27th at age 76. Dr. Williams was the founder of our oral surgery practice and we've had the honor and privilege of working alongside him through the years until he retired in 2011. Dr. Williams will always be remembered for his ability to love people well. When he wasn't working on helping his oral surgery patients, he stayed busy with various ministry outreach opportunities and building relationships with people around him. Many of us remember his knack for following up with anyone going through difficult times, offering encouragement and genuine concern. His trust in the Lord was clearly evident, even when faced with a diagnosis of terminal cancer. We have peace knowing he is now walking with the Lord, but he will be deeply missed.
Officer Donald "William" Durr
Mr. Durr was a graduate of Mississippi College with a Bachelor’s Degree. He was part of the Brookhaven Masonic Lodge and was a member of Moak’s Creek Baptist Church. William had a passion for children and youth ministries and would use his talents as a ventriloquist to minister to them. He recently completed the training in D.A.R.E. education also. His other hobbies he loved were woodworking and playing guitar.
Memorials may be made to Blair E. Batson Children’s Research Hospital, 2500 N. State Street, Jackson, MS 39216, in memory of Deputy William Durr, in honor of Amelia Price.
Being Good Stewards
Next Step Goals:
1. Expansion of Men's Discipleship Home - Completed
2. Facility Face lift - Complete
3. Multipurpose Facility - In Progress!
Sheetrock is coming!