Obituary of Vincent Daniel Bautista Williams
Vincent Daniel Bautista Williams was a truly remarkable soul who lived his life with a spirit of boundless love, kindness, and adventure. Born on June 06, 1989, at Yokosuka Naval Base-Japan, Vincent's sudden and unexpected passing on May 04, 2023, has left an indelible mark on all those who knew and loved him. His legacy of love and kindness will continue to inspire and touch the hearts of many for years to come.
Vincent's lifelong pursuit of knowledge began at St Joseph kindergarten, and he went on to graduate from Santa Fe Catholic High School. He continued his education at PCC and Santa Fe College in Gainesville, seeking to expand his horizons and learn more about the world around him. Vincent was a truly multi-talented individual, gifted in so many ways.
From his ability to capture the beauty of the world through his art and photography, he possessed a natural talent that shone through in every endeavor he pursued. He even dabbled as an optical technician, taught himself how to be a car mechanic, and a website design expert. He founded his own website design company, and his outstanding work spoke for itself. Vincent's passion for helping others extended to his work as a freelancer, he consistently delivered results that exceeded expectations.
Vincent worked at several places, including ZFI, Hughes Electrical Co., and even as a delivery driver for a Chinese restaurant. There was little he couldn't do.
But what truly set Vincent apart was his kind heart, infectious smile, and unwavering optimism. He had an extraordinary gift for making everyone feel seen, heard, and valued, and he never hesitated to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. His boundless generosity and compassionate nature were evident in everything he did. Vincent was always the first to offer a helping hand, whether it was to a neighbor in need or a stranger on the street. His pure intentions and passionate care for others were always at the forefront of his mind, and his magnetic presence made others feel safe, loved, and at ease. From a young age, he had a smile on his face that could light up a room, and he carried that same joy and positivity throughout his life.
Vincent's insatiable curiosity and love for travel took him to every corner of the world, where he sought to experience all the beauty and wonder that life had to offer. His Catholic faith was an important part of his life, and he had a deep and abiding love for God the Creator and Jesus his Savior.
Vincent was proceeded by Christian Williams, Eliseo Bautista, John Henderson Williams, MaryLou Williams, & Martha Payne.
Vincent is survived by his parents, Jack & Lisa Williams; sisters, Neliza Patterson and Jonahlyn Greathouse; niece and nephews, Logan Russell, Dylan Rebarchek, Christiannel Rebarcheck, Kolton Greathouse, Ezekiel Patterson, and Zane Patterson, Ariana Greathouse aunts and uncles, extended families, friends, and all those whose lives he touched.
He will be deeply missed but forever remembered. Vincent's spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of all those who loved him. Rest in peace, Vincent.
Join us to pay our respects and celebrate Vincent's life at the following locations:
8:30 - 9:30 am: Public viewing at Steels Family Funeral Services, located at 207 Burns Ln, Winter Haven, FL 33884.
10-11 am: Public viewing at St Joseph Catholic Chapel, located at 532 Ave M NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881.
11 am: Mass at St Joseph Catholic Church, also located at 532 Ave M NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881.
4:00 pm: Celebration of Life at VFW Post 4289, located at 2441 7th St SW, Winter Haven, FL 33880.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Vincent Daniel Williams, please visit Tribute Store