It was one other nice picnic on the Williams family farm on Hurt Road in Smyrna on April 27 when over 200 gathered for the 15th annual GB’s Stable and Williams Family Cookout. Among the 200 company have been members of the GB’s Stable group, Milford Baptist Church members, group leaders, neighbors, Georgia Tech buddies of Terry Williams, LPL shoppers of Chad Williams and a bunch of different buddies and family.
Guests included Judge Joyette Holmes; former Smyrna Mayor Harold Smith; Aveanna Healthcare CEO Tony Strange and spouse, Tickled Pink Club founder Christine; Anglique DeLeva of Morgan Stanley, and husband Chris; Milford Baptist Church Pastor Clarence Howard; Lt. Col Ray Watford; PET Investments CEO Andy Abbajay and spouse Heide; Brenden Myers of State Farm and girlfriend Dayna Roberts; WestSide Bank VP Daniel Stout and spouse Kelly; Judy Moses; native politico John Delves; Ronnie and Cecile Sims; AL Graves; Nathan Tippins of Tippins Construction; Ellard and Nancy Mashburn; Jordan Lyle of Delta Airlines and spouse Jamie; Joan Roberson of Lockheed Martin; Joy Gardner of Ameris Bank; Angle Act Capital CEO Bob Koven Jr; Mike Cason of Cobb County Tractor; and Billy Walters with niece Martha Adams.
This was an anniversary yr as a result of 70 years in the past, GB and Vonceil Williams, the unique proprietors, paid $5,000 for what was then 73 acres of farmland in rural Cobb County from Tommy Smith (the namesake for Floyd Middle School). Through the yr,s the family has added to the tract, giving it the present 112 acres. Besides horse boarding, the property boasts a stocked lake open to the general public for fishing and boating. Typically held on the third Saturday in April, the occasion was modified this yr to the 4th as a result of Terry and Karen Williams’ daughter, Kadie, was married on April 20 at her brother’s different farm, The Farm at Silver Creek, south of Rome.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She has written for the MDJ since October 2000. Send Sally information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call Sally at 404-713-7318.