Clarence "CJ" Williams
This Go-Fund-Me is created by the mother of fallen City of Cairo police officer, Master Patrol Clarence "CJ" Williams. Lisa Adams has created this fundraiser to support living cost expenses for the survivors and family during this difficult time.
CJ was born in September 21, 1999 in Miami, Florida. He moved to Cairo when he was 5 years old with his mother and she was quick to have him actively involved in school and the community, by taking classes in taekwondo, playing football, wrestling and baseball.
CJ graduated from Cairo High School in 2017 and was a Syrupmaker football player, number #20! Ever since then, he had his heart set on serving his community and knew his purpose was to make a difference. CJ talked about how law enforcement had a negative reputation, and he knew that it was time to step up and make a positive impact.
Needless to say, that's exactly what he did in Cairo, GA and surrounding areas. Clarence "CJ" Williams became a sworn officer after graduating from the police academy in 2020. CJ sadly passed away in the line of duty on Saturday, January 28th, doing what he was born to do - MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
If you feel inclined to support us, please share your financial contributions on here and at Ameris Bank in Cairo, Georgia.
The family asks that you keep lifting them up in your thoughts and prayers and challenge each and every one of you to continue his life mission: in making the world a better place and continue to #MAKEADIFFERENCE