Roy L. Williams (born c. 1965 in Jacksonville) is a radio host and http://www.unaparejaenascenso.com/buy-cheapest-viagra former Birmingham News business reporter. He is also the director of marketing for Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School.
Williams is a 1987 graduate of Jacksonville State University, where he played trumpet in the www.prettyininktattoo.net marching band and served as a reporter and features editor for The Chanticleer campus newspaper. He worked for the Columbus Ledger Enquirer for two years before moving to http://www.zavoloka.com/buy-cialis-australia Birmingham. He began working as a police beat reporter for the News in December 1989. After three years he was moved to the business section and remained there until September 2012.
Williams' brother Dwayne, a U.S. Army Major, was killed in the September 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The tragedy tested Roy's faith and he went on to write a book, 911 God Help Us - A Journalist's Tale of Faith (2003), to share his experience. He also began giving motivational talks to groups based on http://tsbmedia.com/buy-viagra-low-price that period in his life.
Williams and his wife, Patrice, have two children.
- Diel, Stan (August 9, 2013) "Former Birmingham News business reporter to launch radio show." The Birmingham News