Brayce Williams, 26, passed away on April 22, 2020 at his home in Silver Spring, MD. Born November 26, 1993 in Johnstown, PA, son of Melissa Kist and Robert Williams.
Preceded in death by his grandfathers Charles Kist and Melvin Williams
Survived by his parents, Melissa Kist and Robert Williams; Stepfather/mother, Tyrone Correa and Stephanie Yingling; grandfather, Galo Correa Sr; grandmothers, Virginia Kist, Iona Williams, and Cristinia Correa; siblings, Maya Correa, Maranda Yingling, JD Yingling, Tiffany Thorton, Jacqui Dixon; aunts, Tammy Rumsey, Mary Oyler, Tina Bizzarri, Ximenia Correa; uncles, Anthony Kist, Karl Kist, Jason Oyler, William Rumsey, Galo Correa Jr, Andrew Williams, Anthony Williams, Ronald Williams, Butch Williams, Richard Bizzarri; cousins, Derrick Rumsey, Josie Rumsey, Ryan Kist, Shelby Oyler, Jonha Oyler, Mayson Oyler, Matthew Correa, Joshua Correa, Miranda Bizzarri, Micheal Bizzarri, as well as many more nieces, nephews and many friends.
Brayce as a kid growing up was full of energy. He loved to skateboard, play video games and hang out with his friends. Many of his summers as a child were spent in NC with family. As he got older skate boarding was not a thing for him anymore, but he continued to play his video games every chance he got, hanging out with his little sister watching music videos and complain about mom. He loved going to the range and going to concerts/raves with his family and friends.
In May 2019 he was so happy to get rid of mom’s hand me down car. He went and bought his own. He loved his car and took such good care of it. Brayce loved and was loved by so many. He did not mince words. He never had a problem saying what was on his mind.
Brayce was working for the Ross Department stores as a SPS. He loved being in charge. He had so many people in his life that loved and cared for him, but after a courageous and long battle with depression, the pain became unbearable and Brayce took his life. As much as we would rather have him here with us, we take comfort in knowing that he is now with his pap whom he loved so much and he is no longer in pain. We love you Brayce and you will be forever missed. #forever26 #brayceyourself
Friends and family are invited to celebrate the lives of Brayce and his beloved grandfather Charles Kist from 4-7 PM on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at Frank Duca Funeral Home, Westmont Chapel, 1622 Menoher Blvd. Johnstown PA 15905. Interment, Grandview Cemetery.
Facial masks and social distancing protocols enforced.
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