is my home page. I hope you find it useful.
I was born in a small town in
called Point Blank. I grew up in
where I attended Dunbar Elementary, Junior High, and High School. I
received my undergraduate training at Texas Southern University in
. After spending two years in the United States Army, I resumed my
graduate studies at The University of Michigan. For more information about
my academic life, you should visit my curriculum
I am a closet shade tree mechanic and
like to tinker with automobile repair. My favorite movie is still
, which won the
for the Best Picture in 1967.
My wife is
. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from
and a Master of Public Administration degree from The University of Texas at
. Currently, she is a Contracting Officer for the Environmental
Contracting Division at Randolph Air Force Base in
. She enjoys reading a good book, shopping, and traveling to new places.
I have three children and two grandsons.
Marcus Lorioun Williams received a Bachelor Of
Science degree in mathematics from The University of Texas at
Austin. Marcus has been a dedicated and effective mathematics
Texas, and at
Texas. He is presently employed by a national
testing firm providing leadership to a team that develops mathematics assessment
instruments. He is married to Jarah Torrez-Williams. They have two
, who is two years old, and Lorenzo James Williams, who was born in
April, 2007. Jarah has a Bachelor of Social Work degree and a
Master of Social Work degree from Our Lady of the
received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics from
. Presently she is a manager of a communications computer software team for
a national firm.
Lawrence R. Williams, Jr. or affectionately,
, is a senior at the
majoring in Jazz Studies. He has received many accolades for his musical
abilities on the trumpet including being named to the All-Region Jazz band for
four years while in high school and performing as a member of the All-State
Symphonic Band. He was a member of the Inner City All Stars Brass Band
that performed exceptionally well at the Apollo Theater in
on the syndicated show Showtime at the Apollo.
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