Paul D. Williams, 84 years of age, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, passed away peacefully at Gwinnett County Medical Hospital in Lawrenceville, Georgia, surrounded by his family on September 28, 2017. Paul was born on July 02, 1933 In Uvalda, Georgia to Solomon and Mattie Pearl (Page) Williams. He graduated from Barwick High School In 1950, then joined the Army and received four Medals of Honor. Upon return, Paul attended Valdosta State College graduating in 1960, Paul was a Certified Public Accountant In several states, Including Wisconsin, Nebraska, Texas, Arkansas, Indiana and Georgia. Paul attended the University of Virginia & University of Tennessee Graduate School- IRS Executive Training Program in 1973, On July 1, 1960 he married the former Louise Lane In Quitman, Georgia, Paul was employed with the Internal Revenue Service from 1960 to 1994, He started In 1960 as a Technical Revenue Agent, and worked his way up to the position of District Director for the state of Georgia. Upon his retirement in 1994, Paul started his own Corporation Paul D, Williams & Associates, PC where he continued to enjoy representing and consulting clients on Federal and State tax matters. Paul enjoyed fishing, gardening and just hanging out with his family. Paul is survived by his wife of 57 years Louise, daughters, Pamela and Judi, grandchildren Jason (Kim) Collins and Briana Collins, great grandchildren Ashton and Jocelyn Collins, one brother Frank (Latralle) Williams and many loving nieces, nephews and extended family. Paul was preceded in death by his parents, Solomon and Mettle Pearl, seven brothers and one sister, eldest daughter Cynthia and Pamela's husband David Beehler. Visitation will be from 10:00am until 11:00am at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel Saturday October 7, 2017 with Funeral Services following In the Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.

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  1. Paul Williams was a great friend and neighbor for 31 years. He will be sorely missed because of his friendship, concern, and interest in the Wyndemere Neighborhood Association. Our hearts are with his wife, Louise, daughters, Pam and Judy, and his grandchildren.

  2. I miss you Daddy, so much you will never know. I promise to continue taking care of Mom, just as you wished. With David gone, we will make it thru somehow and I will give her the very best care and she will know that she is loved daily. You will forever be in my heart, with all of the respect, affection, smiles, tears and gratitude that anyone person can have for another….and I apologize for over-loving my David and not knowing which tears are for him or for you

  3. Mr Paul and my dad Dudley Bradley Sr were great friends. I’ve talked to him many many times on the phone and had the pleasure of meeting him on several occasions. He always enjoyed the Vidalia onions we sent each year. My heart goes out to you and your family. I do believe daddy and Mr. Paul are rejoicing together now and cannot even imagine the conversations they are having by the river of life. You are in my prayers.

  4. I was so sad to hear of your passing. Working with you at IRS was a wonderful experience. I can hear you now at the gates of heaven telling them to “handle it” “handle it.” You will be missed. RIP P.W.

  5. Words can’t express how saddened we are about Paul’s passing. Madjid especially will miss the phone calls and jokes he shared with Paul on a regular basis. Our hearts go out to all of the family at this great loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Madjid & Marty Sartipi

  6. I’m sorry we did not know about uncle Paul’s passing. I found out only today Oct.7th. GOD Bless you all. We do Love Y’all and y’all in our thoughts and prayers. Mary Ann and Ken

  7. Aunt Louise, sorry to hear of Uncle Paul’s passing. Just got a call from Stanley tonight and. Bill and I were shocked. We did not know he had been ill. God be with you and family. You will be in our prayers.

  8. Aunt Louise so very sorry to hear about Uncle Paul passing you will be in our prays and I know our Lord will take care of you and family Love you Stanley and Jackie

  9. Sorry for your lost it’s always hard when a loved one is gone but John 5:25 helps us to appreciate that the dead will live again so this brings us comfort knowing that we will see them my thoughts and prayers are with your family

  10. Rest In Peace Former Director of the Georgia District, Paul Williams. You were always true to your word and spiritual convictions and I am glad our paths crossed.

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