Mr. Albert “Al” W. Williams, Jr., age 85 of Pearson, Ga. passed away Saturday, December 19, 2020 at Coffee Regional Medical Center in Douglas, Ga. following an extended illness. A native of Millan, Ga., Mr. Williams was born April 20, l935, son of Albert Walter Williams, Sr. and Roxie Goethe Williams. He had made his home in Summerville, S. C. before moving here 37 years ago. He worked as a OTR truck driver with Cady Bag where he got the nickname “Bag Man”. He also worked with Walmart and later with Trucks, Inc. where he and his wife worked together as a team on the road. He was a U. S. Navy Veteran of the Korean Conflict Era and a longtime member of Sunnyside Freewill Baptist Church. He enjoyed playing the bass guitar, singing, and fishing. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Arden Luttrell. Survivors include: Wife: Callie Gurley Williams of Pearson, Ga. 3 Sons: Tim Williams and wife Tamara of Hoboken, Ga. Mike Pittman of Nichols, Ga. Darrell Pittman and wife Denise of Pearson, Ga. 4 Daughters: Donna Jordan and husband Buddy of Broxton, Ga. Lisa Bess of Charleston, S.C. Louise Carter and husband Raymond of Blackshear, Ga. Wanda Dukes of Hoboken, Ga. 3 Sisters: Sherry McDonald of Walterboro, S.C. Patricia Ray and husband James of Quincy, Fl. Myrtle Myer of Barnwell, S.C. 10 Grandchildren, 8 Great-Grandchildren, and several nieces, nephews, and other relatives also survive. Graveside funeral service for Mr. Williams were held on Monday, December 21, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. at Sunnyside Church Cemetery with Rev. Teddy Burch, Rev. Sim Youngblood, and Rev. Buddy Jordan officiating. Special music included “I Won’t Have to Worry Anymore” rendered by Rita Burch and Janice Mobley with cd accompaniment and “You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone” presented by CD. The interment with Military Honors followed in Sunnyside Church Cemetery. Serving as active pallbearers were grandsons, Brandon Pittman, Avery Pittman, James Pittman, Seth Jordan, Parker Williams and Bennett Williams. Relihan Funeral Home in Pearson, Ga. was in charge of the arrangements.