Alfred C. Williams

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Alfred C. Williams passed away Tuesday August 4, 2015 at the age of 64. He was a native of New Orleans and a resident of Baton Rouge. Alfred was an attorney and a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives District 61. He was a 1969 graduate of Capital High School and a graduate of Southern University and Southern University Law Center, Baton Rouge, LA. Alfred was also a dedicated member of Living Faith Christian Center. Alfred was a servant of the community and over the years worked in the following capacities. He was counselor for the first offenders program, the Louisiana Attorney General's Office, EBR District Attorneys office as an Assistant District Attorney, Abuse Counselor and Director of the Baton Rouge Substance Abuse Clinic and Regional Administrator for the Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse for Region II. He was elected to the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board in 2003 and served until resigning to become Assistant Chief Administrator Officer with Mayor Melvin ""Kip"" Holden during his first term. Additionally, Alfred operated a consulting business The Conrad Group specializing in helping minority businesses secure work with public and private agencies. In 2011 Alfred was elected to serve in the Louisiana House of Representatives representing District 61. During his tenure in the house he fought for equal pay for women and helped pass legislation to increase K-12 funding, created the Sickle Cell Anemia Navigator program and assisted in changing the make-up of the Baton Rouge City Court. A strong advocate of education, and spent many days reading to students at Capital Elementary, Melrose Elementary, and other elementary schools in district 61. Alfred leaves to cherish his memories his wife, the love of his life, Brandi B Williams. Five beautiful children, Cherease Glasper (Berlin, Jr.), Surhonda Williams, Aiesha Williams, Kristle Williams, and Natayveon Howard-Williams. One Stepdaughter Hannah N Mcbride. One brother, Calvin Ford (Debbie) four sisters, Mattie Garner, Velma James (Vernon), Vanessa Williams and Gaylyn Barton. Five Grandchildren, Sierra Glasper, Berlin M Glasper III, Aiden Glasper, Carter Buckner and Cedric Machai Williams. Mother in law, Mamie Burrell, Sister in Law, Tanisha (Eugene) Smith, and 6 special nieces and nephews, godchildren and friends. Alfred was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, brother, and father in law. Visitation will be held on Monday, August 10 at Living Faith Christian Center from 8-11am, with services to start at 11 am. Bishop Raymond W Johnson officiating. 6375 Winbourne Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70805. Interment Roselawn Memorial Park and Mausoleum. 4045 North St., Baton Rouge, LA 70806.
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