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Williams, R.J - Revie of Lac Courte Oreilles

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Revie J. Williams, age 40 of Couderay, passed away August 7, 2008, in Couderay.

Revie John R.J. was born January 22, 1968, in Waukegan, IL, the son of Revie G. & Theresa (Fleming) Williams. He grew up and graduated high school in Hayward. R.J. served in the National Guards then began work at the LCO Casino as a security guard where he worked for over 15 years and was currently working there in the position of Captain of Security. He is survived by his son Revie Thomas of LCO; sister Kateri (Ronald) Williams Bean of Fresno, CA; three nieces, one nephew; uncles John, Eugene and Floyd Fleming; aunts Delephine Quaderer, Julie Carter and Agnes Fleming; many cousins.

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