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Richard Williams is 100 years old

100 years old
Name: Richard Williams
Born: March 31, 1909Married to: Hazel Williams, for many years. She died at 83.
Family: Daughter Beverly Makepeace, son Hugh Williams, three grandchildren, five great-grandchildren
Church membership: Charter member of a church at Wrightsville BeachHobbies: fishing (deep water), construction, likes to draw, has done excellent work with architectural drawings (self-taught).
Owned his own businesss.Key to living a long life: “If you drink, stop real early in life. Know how to rest when it’s necessary and know how to stop and lay everything down.”Present address: First Assembly, ConcordA birthday party was given on March 31, 2009, at First Assembly Living Center in Concord with Mayor Scott Padgett in attendance who presented a proclomation in honor of Mr. Williams.

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