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William F. Calloway

William F. Calloway

William F. Calloway passed away peacefully on Sunday September 1, 2019, following a brief illness. He was born February 10, 1946 to the late Abner Calloway and Minnie Lee Raines in Birmingham. Alabama.

Mr. Calloway retired from the City of Ocala after several years and was employed as Assistant Superintendent for Muni-2 Golf Course. He worked at Munroe Regional Hospital as cafeteria chef for many years. William work as a lawncare provider in the community for 7 plus years.

Mr. William Calloway leaves to cherish is loving memories, one son: William Calloway Jr.; one step-son: Rev. Ferdinand (Cynthia) Graham, longtime friend Belinda Graham Calloway; two brothers: Kelvin (Beverly) Calloway of Lakeland, FL and Alvin (Olivia) Calloway of Birmingham, Al.; Nine grandchildren, one great grandchild, and a host of relatives and sorrowing friends.

A Memorial Service for Mr. William Floyd Calloway, Sr. will be Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 11:00am at Summers Funeral Home Chapel, 2238 NW 10th Street. Ocala, FL 34475.

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