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Beloved Husband, Loving Father
Eljon" Big E" Williams, was born on March 14th, 1969 to the late Elanor Rice and the late John Williams. Eljon was born into a BIG family with 18 brothers and sisters. 8 girls, 10 Boys, He was adored by all his siblings and had a special relationship with every one of them. Eljon LOVED his family, no matter the circumstances he ALWAYS tried to help in any situation the best he could.
As a kid, he was silly with an invincible personality that followed him all the way into adulthood
Eljon graduated from Madison Park high school and went on to attend Mass Bay Community College. In 1992, Eljon pursued a career as a Correctional Officer for Suffolk County Sheriff's Department, representing Unit 419, which he proudly served for 25 years. He was well respected in the institution and throughout their community. Eljon worked at Randolph Public Schools where he coached Basketball and Football. "Coach Williams" was very loved and respected by all his students, parents, and staff.
He was not only a coach but a mentor to all his students and he became a father figure to many of them. Additionally Big E ran a well respected painting company "Eljon's Pro Painting" alongside his brothers painting all over New England. At one point Big E even did private security for a few celebrities such as Adina Howard, Ja Rule, and Yo-Yo to name a few. Most recently Eljon worked at Bay State Behavioral Health where he enjoyed helping people get a second start in life
In 1997 he met his wife Judy, they were blessed with two amazing sons: Eljon Jr. and Amahn Williams. In 2008 they were married. The two spent 27 loving years together. Eljon LOVED his sons more than life and couldn't be more proud to be their dad. He made it his business to be at their football games and supported them in anything they showed interest in
Eljon lived a BIG life despite being taken from us too soon. He had an infectious personality that made everyone love him even if you just met him. He gave the best hugs that just made you feel so loved and safe. Even in the worst situations he found a way to make you laugh. He was a GREAT cook!!! When Big E was having a cookout you wanted to be on the invitation list. Big E was a phenomenal brother, a passionate dad, a loving husband, a proud uncle, a courageous mentor, and a thoughtful friend
Eljon was proceeded in death by his loving parents: Eleanor Rice & John Williams siblings: Odessa, Kenneth, Robert, Dearylene, Shelia, and John Jr "Turtle". He leaves to mourn his passing his siblings Carol "Cookie", Barry, Vanessa, Janice "Tiny", Sandra, Mark, Lorraine, Duwayne, Thornel, Rujon, Kelvin, and Melvin. Godmother Marlyce, God brother Troy, God sister Tiana. A tribe of nieces, nephews, and cousins .... too many to name each one but he definitely loved you all. Eljon's absence will be felt most by his loving wife Judy "Clara" Bernardino Williams his loving sons Eljon Jr & Amahn Williams. We all loved him and we all will miss him immensely.