Gerald Douglas Williams, better known as "Pancho" was born on February 23, 1956, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He grew up to be an extremely loving and caring person. Pancho was preceded in death by his sister Montera, step-sister Priscilla, son Jordan and daughter Cabrina. Left to cherish his memories are his mother, whom he loved dearly, Mary Jean Savage, sisters Caren, Diane (Nate), and Richelle, step-brothers Alvin (Silvia), Tony, children Curtis, Carla (Starr), friend George Williams, close friend Vicky, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, family and friends.
I love my son for what he showed me and did for me. He was loving and kind, considerate of whatever I wanted to do whatever my goals were - Mother.
When he was just a baby, his now deceased grandmother, Ms. Nellie Louise affectionately penned him Pancho. Pancho was well known by many and loved by most because he was beautiful inside and out. He will be missed by all those who knew and loved him, but most of all by his mother Mary Jean Savage. He was not just her only son, he was her heartbeat and she was definitely his (not to mention her twin). Pancho not only demonstrated his love for her with words, but in deeds. You could always find her over his house. Today she has gotten a bit older and in need of 24 hour care, care is what Pancho gave her. He would spend days over her house and take her to his house for weekends. He had even posted his love for his mother on his Facebook page. He had a very tender heart as well as strong faith in God. When we were children, I would cut-up or do something I shouldn't have get sent to my room. Pancho would follow. He would say, "Come on! We gotta pray so you won't get in trouble!" and Pancho would break out praying. Although he didn't make claim to any certain religion, he was a lover of spiritual things. He was genuinely proud of the fact that his mother and sisters were Jehovah's Witnesses.
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