Interment followed at St. Bernard Cemetery No. 2.
Father James Fallon officiated at the Funeral Mass. Scriptures were read by Kiana Davis and Mekell Lastrapes.
Johnny worked for Folby Construction for 10 years, then later went to work at Breaux Bridge High School as a custodian for eight years. While working at the high school he bonded with the students and they grew to love and respect him.
In his free time he enjoyed cooking for his family and friends and playing baseball with the Chocolate City baseball team. He was a very selfless person, often giving of his time and energy to help anyone who was in need and never requested anything in return.
Survivors include his wife, Ella Mae Williams of Breaux Bridge; one son, Johnny Castille of Breaux Bridge; four daughters, Natasha, Latoya and Markey Williams, all of Breaux Bridge, and Keashie Wells of Houston, Texas; three brothers, Jessie Williams of Beaumont, Texas, and Alton Williams Jr. and Gerald Williams, both of Breaux Bridge; three sisters, Mary Agnes Pete, Pauline Lambert and Paula Williams, all of Breaux Bridge; and seven grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Alton and Mardes Joseph Williams; and two sisters, Shirley and Losia Williams.
A rosary was recited at 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Pallbearers were Joseph Williams Jr., Keymo, Felton, Kevin and Cody Williams, and Jessie Daniels.
Honorary pallbearers were Johnny, Joseph LaJohn, Joshua, Jaylon and Javeuin Williams.
The family would like to extend special thanks to Roxanne Williams, Nicole Lastrapes, Agnes Pete and Pauline Lambert for their constant care and compassion given to him during his time of need.
Pellerin Funeral Home of Breaux Bridge was in charge of arrangements.
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