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Michael Ray
July 18,1971 - February 13,2015




The book of life opened for Michael (Tee-Tot) Ray Williams on July 18, 1971 in Seattle, Washington. He was one of two sons born to Jacquelyn Williams and Earl Williams. At the age of five months he moved from Seattle, Washington with his family to Los Angeles, California. Michael learned the word of God and accepted Christ into his life at a young age. He attended Dorsey High School and graduated in 1998. At an early age his mother “Jackie” nicknamed him Tee-Tot, which as he grew into manhood, was shortened to “Tee.” Tee coined nicknames for his loved ones, “bop bop bootie” being one of them for his beloved mother.


Michael loved his family and remained close to his cousins, aunts and uncles as well as his childhood friends. He loved the beach, and would often upload shots of beautiful sunsets to his Facebook page. Michael was a hard core Oakland Raiders fan, enjoyed playing his video games and in his younger days, had a passion for Dee-jaying at parties and special events.


More than anything, Michael loved his three daughters Mierra, age 15, Miccarah age 10 and D'Myah, age 8. His 'babies,” as he affectionately called them, were his world, and he cherished every moment spent with them. Michael wanted his daughters to be close with one another, and he showed that by spending time together with them as a family.


A beautiful life came to an end for Michael on Friday February 13, 2015 when God called him home. He was loved and forever will be missed by all of his family, friends, and those whose lives he touched with his spirit and passion for life. Michael was preceded in death by his beloved grandmother Lessie (Madear) Johnson, and his aunt Emasta Mercherson. He leaves to cherish his memory his three beautiful daughters Mierra Shackelford Williams, Miccarah Williams, Da'Myah Williams, step daughter Destiny Crosskey and step son D'Angelo Wright, mother Jacquelyn Williams, father Earl Williams and his wife Pam Williams, wife Detra Williams, brother Ronald Williams and sister in law Latasha Williams, and his ex-wife Maria


Shackelford. He also leaves behind to cherish his memory aunts Gladys Pierre, Virginia Johnson, Jean Bruce, and Velma Amey and uncles Wallace Johnson William Johnson and Larry Johnson, as well as a many nieces, nephews, cousins, beloved family members and long time friends.

Message from Family

    I once read a quote by Norman Cousins that said "Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies within us while we are alive." To my little brother, the Lord has taken you to a better place and you will forever be missed by friends and family. My time with you has been good; so many fun memories from when we were kids watching Brue Lee movies kicking each other with our karate shoes all the way on to adulthood. D'Jaying at house parties; “Big Bro Lil Bro Productions.” Remember that?! I wish we had more time; there's so much that I want to say to you that I didn’t say when you were here. Your love and loyalty will forever be imprinted on my heart. I know that which is real cannot be destroyed, our love for one another lives beyond this world and nothing can separate it. To your three daughters Mierra, Miccarah, and D'Myah. I will look after them for as long as I live with the same loyalty, and support you have given me. Rest easy lil bro until we meet again.



Angelus Funeral Home Chapel

10:00 am -  Saturday, February 28, 2015




February 26, 2015

So sorry for your loss. My heartfelt condolences to the family. Words cannot express the pain we feel when we lose those we love. My prayer is that you may find comfort through Gods word, the Bible. (Isaiah 25:8) May you have peace during this time of great loss.

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