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Meet T.R. Williams

County Executive

County Executive T.R. Williams is a businessman, pastor and active community leader. Mr. Williams is a native of Lawrence County. After graduating from Loretto High School he continued his education at Columbia State College and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has worked in the industrial sector and earned the positions of line supervisor, manufacturing engineer, accountant and distribution manager. After years of practical experience, he co-founded AllSource Logistics in 2001 with Keith Rohling, another lifelong resident of Lawrence County.
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Williams has been married since 1978 to his wife Connie. They have two daughters and six grandchildren. The Williams’ family has been members of the Christian Fellowship Church since 1989. Williams has served as devoted pastor of the church since 1994.

County Executive Williams has devoted much of his life to serving the people of Lawrence County. Along with his duties as Pastor of a non-denominational church in Leoma, he has served on numerous civic boards including the Lawrence County Economic Development Board. In his capacity as Chairman of the Economic Development Board he was directly involved with the property management of Team Lawrence Commerce Park. The Commerce Park is a site ready complex which was developed to serve the needs of regional industrial expansion. He sits on the Board of Directors for the Southern Tennessee Regional Health System Lawrenceburg. He served six years in leadership roles with the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce including 3 years as Vice-Chairman, Chairman and past Chairman. He maintains strong ties with the all of Lawrence County’s civic groups. Among his many accomplishments he is a highly regarded professional musician.

“I believe that Lawrence County has that special combination of people and resources that uniquely positions us to thrive in today’s economic environment. I also believe the county is positioned and ready to serve the new industrial economy sweeping the Southeast. The people of this county are proud of their heritage. We are working people with common sense values.”