Paul Dominique Williams was born to Jessie Williams Jr. and Paulette Cola Williams on November 20, 1991. On July 7, 2020 he was released from his earthly body to join family and friends who have gone on before him to their final resting place.
Paul was a graduate of Carl Wunsche Senior High School of Technology in Spring ISD in May of 2010. He enlisted into the Military in the Fall of 2010 and was honorably discharged in June of 2014. In the fall of 2014 He attended Loan Star Community College North Harris campus, where he continued his study of Graphic Design, Game Design and Computer technology, which he had begun at Wunsche Senior High School of Technology.
Paul enjoyed drawing, painting, gaming, dancing, swimming, skate boarding, cooking, music and was very adventurous. He showed signs of an exceptional gift for art as early as kindergarten. Often having the students circle around his desk just to watch him draw in Kindergarten. He won awards in middle and high school for paintings submitted to the Houston Rodeo Art Contest. He taught himself how to play guitar, and violin. Writing his own music and singing along. He often went hiking and camping with his mom in national parks.
Paul studied martial arts as a child. He never stopped working out and taking care of his vessel. He won tournaments with his brother under the leadership of Master Dou and the International Taekwondo Federation. This journey lead to a great interest in mastering Mental Health through alternative options such as physical discipline, spirituality, a holistic diet and meditation.
Paul leaves to cherish his memory his mom and dad, his only living grandparents Johnnie and Almatha Clark Taylor, brother Jessie Eugene Williams III, sisters Mataya Mystique Gilmore and Kristyan Rose Gilmore, one nephew born on his birthdate Jessie Zerius Williams IV. Maternal aunts and uncles, Terald and Jeraldine Clark, Pastor Irvin and Phyllis Clark, Vernell and Dana Joseph, and a host of loving cousins and friends.