Alfred J Williams, Jr “Slick” xelimet II, born September 29, 1981, to Loretta and Alfred Williams in Auburn Washington Muckleshoot. Slick lived all his life in Muckleshoot.
Slick loved to play basketball exercise, play pool, sing and dance, play stick games, play video games, skateboard, play hacky sack. Slick loved playing craps, especially during fireworks season probably everyone has their own story of when Slick would talk them into playing so he can take their money and run not giving them a chance to win their money back. If you knew Slick, you knew he loved “walking” his famous saying was, “God gave us 2 feet, It doesn’t hurt to walk.” Slick was friendly and outgoing, He has friends everywhere. Everyone knew him. Slick would spend time with all his nieces and nephews, not only his biological ones, but also the numerous ones who adopted him as their uncle!
He would play basketball, baseball, tag, hide and seek with them. He would also help them ride bikes and even skateboards.
Slick was very active, not only by exercising, but he would stay busy whether it be stacking wood, cutting kindling, picking up yards, cleaning gutters (even though he was deathly afraid of heights). He was always the life of the party, regardless what kind of party it was.
Everyone knew him as “Slick” even professional places, such as Children’s Hospital had his records under “Slick Williams” instead of Alfred Williams, Jr. MEIHSS department all knows him as Slick. All his coworkers knew him as Slick. It would be funny when people would be like who is Alfred Jr oh “Slick” oh, OK I didn’t know his real name. He got his name from Kenny Cross and has been known as Slick his whole life.
Slick was initiated into the Muckleshoot smokehouse in 1999. Slick full heartedly believed in and followed the teachings strictly, even reminding older dancers of things sometimes. Even after he was a new dancer, Slick would stay at smokehouse and keep everyone warm by keeping the fires going. Slick would even stack wood “quietly” so not to wake up the new one whose tent was right there next to the stack of wood.
Slick always had jokes to make you laugh. Cruising down the road he would try to say “my name is Andy“ when he would see females walking and then cover his arm because he had “Slick” tattoo there.
Anyone who knew Slick would know his pouch (fanny pack) consisted of lighters -numerous sizes and colors, multiple dice, and a hacky sack.
He touched many many lives everywhere he went. He is preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Henry and Mary Kinggeorge, paternal grandparents Alexander and Dorothy Williams, great grandparents, nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins. Slick is survived by his parents Alfred and Loretta Williams. Siblings: Kimberly Sneatlum, Mary Weed(Marvin Starr), Valerie Williams, Andrew (Krys) Williams, Patricia Williams (Norman Broncheau), Geraldine Williams, Aunts, uncles, great aunts, great uncle, nieces, nephews, grand nieces, cousins, and many many friends.
He will be greatly missed and I’m sure nobody will ever “NOT” think about him when they hear Sir Mix A Lot -Baby Got Back.
A viewing for Slick will be held Wednesday, April 19, 2023, at Weeks’ Funeral Home in Buckley from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
The funeral service will be held at the Muckleshoot Elkhouse on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 10:00 am. Burial will take place at New White Lake Cemetery.
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