Glenn Williams Obituary, Death – Glenn Adam Williams, a resident of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, passed away on Monday, March 7, 2022, and now he is at peace forever. On Saturday, March 19, the family will be present at the Wiseman Funeral Chapel located at 7531 Old Alexandria Ferry Road in Clinton, Maryland from 9 a.m. until the time of the funeral service which will begin at 10 a.m. to receive friends. Funeral services will be held on Monday, March 21, at 10 a.m. at the Glenwood Cemetery.
Obituary On March 26, 1963, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, Glenn Adam Williams was born to his parents, Lewis Senoir and Bettie Jean Williams. At 2:10 o’clock in the morning on Monday, March 7, 2022, he passed from this life. Jefferson Junior High School, Syphax Elementary School, Amidon Elementary School, and Bowen Elementary School are the DC Public Schools that Glenn attended while he was growing up in Southwest Washington, DC.
He was a popular student who maintained straight A’s and won awards in every subject that he studied. By the time he was promoted to Woodrow Wilson High School in Northwest, Washington, DC, he had been voted king of the school at Bowen, Jefferson’s Mr. Seventh Grade, Honor Society President, Homecoming King, salutatorian, class president, DC Spelling Bee Champion, recipient of cash awards, and many other accolades.
He maintained his spot on the honor roll throughout his time at Wilson and graduated in the top five percent of his class in 1981. He participated in track and field, managed the cheerleading squad, represented his class in student government, was elected to the position of senior class business manager, and modeled in fashion shows both at the school and for Jack-n-Jill of America, Inc.
He decided to enroll in the most difficult advanced placement program available and as a result earned college credit in English, calculus, and chemistry. In addition to this, during his senior year of high school, he was accepted into the High School College Internship Program at Georgetown University. While there, he studied philosophy, statistics, and computers alongside college students.