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Corday Williams Dies Unexpectedly

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Corday Williams has sadly passed away. Corday was involved in a fatal automobile/pedestrian accident over the weekend and died from the injuries he sustained from the crash.

Corday was in his second semester at Southern Nazarene University, continuing his strong academic career while playing his beloved sport of football.

Tributes

Raziya Perry wrote – it doesn’t matter what app I get on, all I see I see is Corday Williams, you were such an impact on so many people .. a good soul gone too soon! thank you for being who you were, all the advice you had given and the memories you left me with. my prayers go to Corday’s family & the rest of us who are saddened by this tragedy.

BreAnn Fields wrote – The first words that come to mind are – kind, respectful, driven . . .I and my family were so blessed to have watched Corday Williams and my brother, Travis Fields grow up playing football together.

I am grateful that I was in my very early stages of messing with a camera, and was able to capture a few pictures of Corday and Travis doing what they absolutely loved the most, playing football. Those two boys were something else when they were on the field together, NOTHING could stop them.

I remember sitting at football practices at Thurmont Middle with my mom and Corday’s mom (one of the nicest women on this planet), and playing basketball with Corday’s brother Kader Morris when we were tired of sitting and watching our brothers practice!
Corday came to Catoctins state game back in 2019, the number of smiles that went around that day when everyone saw Corday there was unbelievable. He flew all the way from Texas to watch the boys he grew up with make the dream that they all had at that young age come true.

Tracey Burdette wrote – My heart is breaking for Corday William’s family and friends. Corday was a star athlete at Catoctin High School before moving to Texas. He stayed close to his Catoctin Family and returned for last year’s seniors night to support his classmates. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.

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