Ralton Williams, the son of the late Charles Campbell and Victoria Williams, was born Monday, December 28, 1953, in Albany, Georgia. On Wednesday, April 26,2017, his earthly journey ended and our Lord and Savior summoned Ralton to eternal rest. In the midst of our sorrow, we rejoice for the many wonderful years we shared together and we do understand that God is too wise to make any mistakes.
During the early years of his life, Ralton attended the public schools in Dougherty County. After graduating from Monroe High School in 1971, he enlisted in the United States Navy, proudly served his country and received an honorable discharge. After leaving the United States Navy, Ralton worked as a technician at Procter & Gamble Paper Products in Albany, Georgia for over 25 years. He leaves fond memories to be cherished by his mother, Victoria Ates (Math) of Albany, Georgia; his beloved companion, Kimberlyn Perryman of Albany, Georgia; three (3) daughters, Sabrina King, and Ralmonda Mitchell (Marcus) both of Albany, Georgia, and Nakinna Nesbitt (Earl) of Covington, Georgia, and one (1) son, Dominique Smith of Colorado Springs, Colorado; six (6) brothers, Timothy Campbell (Lajuana), Ronald Campbell (Felicia), Victor Campbell, Kerry Campbell (Gail), Chester Jones and Alexander Jones all of Albany, Georgia; seven (7) sisters, Florenda Campbell, Lanise C. Wright (Kenneth), Jacqueline Campbell, and Ladelya C.Jackson (Willie) all of Albany, Georgia, Teresa C. Green (Sheldon) of Oak Ridge,Tennessee, Laverne Campbell of Lithonia, Georgia and Bonnie Williams (Tony) of Fairburn, Georgia, nine (9) grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.