William Browder Obituary, Death – William “Willie” Edward Browder, who had spent his entire life in the town of Sesser and had reached the age of 43 on the day he died away on December 15, 2022, was no longer with us. He had been a resident of the town for his entire life. It was impossible to save him from the outcomes of the events that led to his death. His untimely death was brought on by a terrible mishap, which no one could have anticipated.
It is also his birthday today, the 31st of December; he was born in Aurora, Illinois, on the same day, December 31st, 1978. Today, the 31st of December, is also the day of his birth. During the wedding ceremony that took place on May 13, 2015, he and Toshya (Willis) Browder became husband and wife by exchanging their vows and committing themselves to one another in marriage. The event was attended by their family and close friends.
The celebration was attended by members of their family as well as their closest friends. He is survived by his wife Toshya Browder of Sesser, in addition to his children William (Ashley) Browder of Valier, Mitzi Browder of Benton, David Browder of Valier, Nicolas Browder of Valier, Makaelynn Gayton of Sesser, Zuri Browder of Sesser, and Natalie Browder of Sesser; in addition, he is survived by his grandchildren Luke, Madison Both of his parents had passed away before he was born, so he was named after his mother, Sandra Lee (Lester) Karnes, and his father.
Danny Edward Browder. Sadly, he was never able to meet either of his parents. The name Danny Edward Browder was given to him by his father. As a result of the fact that both of his parents had already passed away before he was born, he did not have the opportunity to know either of them. Before he was even born, none of his grandfathers nor either of his grandmothers were still living; they had all previously passed away.
Both of his great-grandparents passed away before he was born. Willie’s favorite way to spend time with his family was outside, in the great outdoors, engaging in activities like hiking, fishing, and camping. These were some of Willie’s most cherished pastimes when he was outside in the natural world. The moment he understood that he was capable of doing both brought him a tremendous lot of happiness.