Lester Williams Obituary
 
In Memory of

Lester Dermon Williams

February 26, 1976 - July 27, 2014
Obituary

Lester Dermon Williams, better known as Lyndon, was born on February 26, 1976 in Trinidad. He was the beloved husband of Allison Wolfstar Williams, son of Judy Williams and Lester Brown. Brother of Dwayne Granger, Afiya Granger and Olivia Brown, and loved by his extended family in Trinidad and Tobago. At the age of 16 Les came to Maryland from Trinidad to finish school. After graduation he joined the U.S. Army and served honorably until 2005, his service included a posting in South Korea. We are fortunate that Les decided to come to Colorado after finishing his service in the Army to begin a career in computer technology. It was here...
Lester Dermon Williams, better known as Lyndon, was born on February 26, 1976 in Trinidad. He was the beloved husband of Allison Wolfstar Williams, son of Judy Williams and Lester Brown. Brother of Dwayne Granger, Afiya Granger and Olivia Brown, and loved by his extended family in Trinidad and Tobago.
At the age of 16 Les came to Maryland from Trinidad to finish school. After graduation he joined the U.S. Army and served honorably until 2005, his service included a posting in South Korea. We are fortunate that Les decided to come to Colorado after finishing his service in the Army to begin a career in computer technology. It was here that he met the love of his life, Allison, whom he married in 2011. Les married into a great big loving family and was cherished by each and every member. He and Allison's love will be a model for all of us. He was a wonderful husband and, sadly, will never get to be the extraordinary father he would have been.
Les will be remembered by his friends for his drive to succeed in business with a never ending flow of new ideas. He was fearless, open to anything and worked hard at every endeavor, leaving little doubt about his inevitable success.
But what made Les most special was his never-ending desire to make life better for others. He was always there for friends and family to fix things; whether it was a wall or a light or a troubled relationship. It is a cliché, but his smile lit up whatever room he entered. And he was truly special with kids. He loved them and they sure loved him. Uncle Les will be forever missed.
He is now surrounded by his loving family and so many friends. His family wants you to know how much they appreciate your outpouring of love and respect for Les and for being here. As everyone knows Les enjoyed life and color, please celebrate his life, not his death, by wearing bright colors. Les wouldn't like to see black.
And don't dwell on how he died, please. Think only about how he lived. Keep his memory in your hearts, and celebrate the amazing man we all knew and loved. Arrangements under the direction of Crist Mortuary, Boulder, CO.

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"Hi Mr man......I can't express how much my heart hurts. 6 days ago you you were taken from so so many people that absolutely love you and adore you. Les you..." angela minchow (Thornton, CO)

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