Jaylin "Bart" Williams passed away Thursday at Piedmont Midtown Medical Center at the age of 21.
A native of Columbus and the son of Antwameka "Angel" King and Jonathan Williams, Jaylin was a 2016 graduate of Hardaway High School. He was employed in the Produce Department of Walmart on Gateway Road and was a member of Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church in Lato/Seale, Alabama. Jaylin was a upcoming and raising Rap Artist who performed and open for many famous Rap Stars concerts such as T.I. He performed in Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah and Miami.
Surviving other than his parents are three siblings, Jakimbria Brown, Kaylah King and Jonathan Williams; his grandparents, Gaber and Gloria Gibson, Colonel(Ret.) Deryl and Thu Wall and John, Sr., and Rose Williams; a loving companion, Alexandria Smith; aunts and uncles, Antwaniece Wall, Lillian Richardson (Troy), Jophia Hess(Dale), Deryl Wall, Jr., David Williams, John Williams(Andrea) and Orwin Williams; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.
"Bart" will be laid to rest at Evergreen Memorial Park on Saturday, August 10, 2019 following a One O'clock P.M. Homegoing Celebration in the sanctuary of Canaan Baptist Church where Bishop Ronald K. Harris is Pastor. Rev. Dr. Will Rayford will deliver the eulogy.
Visitation begins at 1:00 P.M. Friday at the funeral home with the family receiving guests 5 til 6:00 P.M.
The Staff of Progressive Funeral Home is honored to support the family with End of Life Services.
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