Deacon Tommie Lee Williams, Sr.,
‘A True Soldier For The Lord,’ Dies At 97

Deacon Tommie Lee Williams, Sr., was born Feb. 17, 1925, in Phoenix, Ariz., and is the second of three children born to Henry Williams of Mississippi, and Maude Williams of Franklin, Ky. He attended Dumber Elemen- tary School and Phoenix Colored High School (later renamed George Washington Carver High School. At 18, he enlisted in…

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Homeownership is the largest financial undertaking for most Americans and a key to buildinggenerational wealth. It can provide a base of security, as building home equity provides you with morefinancial options in the future. For instance, home equity can be…

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