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We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the management staff of Floyd A. Williams Funeral Home.  In addition to those listed here, there are several additional wonderful employees that work to make each and every experience a personal and caring one.  It is our desire to serve you and your love ones with a sense of family and spiritual care.

Floyd A. Williams III

Founder, Chairman of the Board

Floyd Williams is a graduate of New England Institute of Funeral Directing, Cambridge College, and Gordon Cornwell Theological Seminary.He is an ordained minister. He served seven and half year in the United States Marine Corps during the Viet Nam War. He was the first African American to be appointed as a member of the Massachusetts Division of Registration in Funeral Directing and Embalming where he served as the Board’s Chairman.  Mr. Williams is immersed in his steadfast love of God, Family, and Community. When he and his wife Cynthia started the Floyd A. Williams Funeral Home, they stepped out on faith.  He believes that “one blocks their dreams when they allow their fears to grow bigger than their faith.” He has served his community for over 37 years with dignity and professionalism as a funeral director. He has served his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as an Apologist of the Faith as a minister of the Gospel. He is now blessed to past the mantle of leadership to two well deserving young African- American Women Dahria Williams –Fernandes, and Jenelle A. Johnson.


Dahria J. A. Williams-Fernandes

President and Director

Dahria Williams- Fernandes is the youngest daughter of Floyd Williams, and Cynthia Lopes Holbert Williams; she is a 2001 graduate of Hampton University (HBC) and a graduate of The Funeral Institutes of the North East. She is a Licensed Register Funeral Director and Embalmer in the states of Massachusetts and North Carolina. Dahria was recently appointed to the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Funeral Directing and Embalming by Governor Deval Patrick, she is the first African American Women to hold a seat on the Board. She along with her husband, Minister John Fernandes are members of the Jubilee Christian Center in Boston MA. Her unmovable faith in God is her strength, which transcends to the families that she ministers to  with great love and compassion.  


Jenelle A. Johnson

Vice President and Chief of Operations and Director

Jenelle A. Johnson is the eldest daughter of Joseph and Jenifer Johnson of St. Michael’s Parish in Barbados. Ms. Johnson is a graduate of Barbados Community College and a 2002 graduate of Mt. Ida College. She is a Licensed Register Funeral Director and Embalmer in the states of Massachusetts and North Carolina. Jenelle has been a member of the Williams family since 2000. Her untiring dedication to funeral service has propelled her into the forefront of funeral service. Jenelle’s ability to function under great pressure and sacrifice has caused all members of the firm to look to her for leadership and guidance. Jenelle is truly as Jeremiah says “a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. She does not fear in time of trouble comes; her faith is always green. She has no worries in times of adversity, and never fails to give us Jesus. She is a member of the Family Life Fellowship Four Square Church.




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