Howard "Carroll" Williams was born September 28, 1943, to the late Howard Q. Williams and Justina Prather in Montgomery County, Maryland. He transitioned this life and received his wings on Tuesday April 5th, 2022, where he rejoined his wife Mary L. Williams.\r\n\r\nCarroll grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland. After the passing of his mother, he was raised by his grandmother, Havanna Jackson and his aunt, Delorse Crutchfield whom he loved dearly. \r\n\r\nHe attended Lincoln High until he was one the first group of students to be integrated to Poolesville High School where he went on to graduate. \r\n\r\nHe went on to marry his high school sweetheart, the late Mary Louise Williams in 1963 and from that union they had 6 children.\r\n\r\nCarroll was known as a Master Mechanic and one of the best mechanics in Montgomery County, Maryland. \r\n\r\nAfter retiring from being a mechanic he worked as a car salesman for 355 Toyota and Century Ford. He then went on to work in real estate until retiring in 2008.\r\n\r\nNothing he loved more than the love of his family his grand and great grandchildren. He also loved playing the piano, singing, especially on someone's birthday. He shared a special relationship with his cousin Spencer Johnson and his Uncle Pete Prather whom he loved very much.\r\n\r\nHe always gave to anyone who asked. He gave so much his late wife said, "When I pass away, please don't let your father give away everything". And he made sure he gave away everything.\r\n\r\nCarroll is preceded in death by his: wife, Mary Louise Williams; son, Gary Orlando Williams; great granddaughter, Faith Cassandra Jackson; and brother Sylvester Prather. \r\n\r\nHe leaves to cherish his memories his: five beautiful daughters, Teena M. Marshall, Carole Y. Williams, Suszette M. Presley, Shelia D. Brown, and Nicole R. Andino; son in laws, Ray L. Marshall and Howard E. Brown; thirteen grandchildren; fourteen great grandchildren; sister in laws, Dorothea Hamilton and Patsy Battle; brother in-law, Robert Hamilton Sr.; very dear friend, Rev. Pearl Selby; and a host of other relatives and friends.\r\n\r\nTo my children and Gr. Children:\r\n\r\nYour Dad/Gr. Dad loved you with all his heart and I want nothing but the best for all of you.