Rev. Joe Williams, 73, sits in the living room of the home he's owned in Naples since 1963. Behind him is a photo of his granddaughter Shaniqua Williams left over from a celebration of her birthday - a birthday she missed because she was killed in 2008. She grew up in Williams home, and since her death, her three sons now live there too. Williams, the pastor of Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ and a pillar in the Riverpark East community, has opened his home, and his heart, to anyone who needs him. Lexey Swall/Staff

Photo by LEXEY SWALL

Rev. Joe Williams, 73, sits in the living room of the home he's owned in Naples since 1963. Behind him is a photo of his granddaughter Shaniqua Williams left over from a celebration of her birthday - a birthday she missed because she was killed in 2008. She grew up in Williams home, and since her death, her three sons now live there too. Williams, the pastor of Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ and a pillar in the Riverpark East community, has opened his home, and his heart, to anyone who needs him. Lexey Swall/Staff

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