Dear Fellowship Members,

It is my sad duty to tell you that we lost a dear friend, Tony Williamson to pancreatic cancer this week. Tony fought the good fight, but in the end, this horrible disease overwhelmed him. But God is gracious and by His stripes, Tony is healed.

We never want to say good bye. But in the end, we will all fall asleep until Jesus returns. And on that day the sheep will be separated from the goats. Tony was in the sheepfold. He was a shepherd among the sheep God gave him to disciple.

Those who knew Tony, knew he was an amazing man of God. He was a teacher of the word. His love for his brothers and sisters in Christ was evident as he invested himself in the lives of all who came to know him. He had clear insight and understanding of scripture. Through his rich and deep Jamaican accent we heard the wisdom of many years of experience and tribulation.

Tony will be missed by all who knew him. He leaves behind a long legacy that will be crowns he throws before the King. We will miss him. But as the 32 chapter of the Westminster Confession tells us. He is now happy and content in arms of the one he loved the most, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Guy Baker MBA, MSFS, CFP
President; Executive Chairman
Christian Fellowship Group