Steven Scott Fisher Williams

May 22, 1969 - January 22, 2023

Steven Scott Fisher Williams

May 22, 1969 - January 22, 2023


Steven Scott Fisher Williams-Bramlett died at home on January 22nd, 2023 in Tulsa, OK. Steven grew up in Tulsa and San Diego, CA. During his childhood, he attended Holy Family Cathedral School (Tulsa), , Point Loma High School (San Diego), Webster High School (Tulsa) and University of California- San Diego.


Steven is survived by his mother Dorothy Mae (Williams) Bramlett, his stepfather Wendell Bramlett, his sister Stephanie Bramlett, and his long-time, loving partner Amanda Alls. He raised his stepchildren, Keith, Taylor, and Tyler and was also the father of Torian and Ray Don. He will also be missed by his large family including uncle Darrell Fisher Grant Williams, aunt Margaret Marie Williams, dozens of cousins, and the whole Tulsa South Haven neighborhood. His beloved grandmother Manilla Williams Giddings and aunt Wanda (Williams) Sterling welcomed him to heaven.


A celebration of Steven’s life will be held on February 11th at 11am at Mount Olive Missionary  Baptist Church in South Haven, Tulsa.


Steven loved cooking, music, reading books, and making people laugh. Known affectionately as “Garfield” to his friends, he will be remembered as a fun-loving, loyal friend who was always willing to lend a hand to help others.





Stephanie Bramlett, Ph.D

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4 responses to Steven Scott Fisher Williams

  1. Amanda Epps says:

    What can I say about Garfield he was one of my only true friends family he stood by me when everyone else doughted always there to listen help or if I ever needed anything I love you babe rest in peace knowing you are loved by many and only the one who couldn’t be were haters love ya big baby always

  2. Teri jacobs says:

    Garfield you will truly be missed rest easy big guy and keep a eye watch over me and your bro! …

    1. To the brother who was trying to get out of the dark is finally in the lit up arms of our Creator, now brother it shouldn’t be hard at all to lead me out of the dark. Much love and respect. R.I.P

    2. Amanda says:

      Thank you Mike. He loved you brother, please continue to pray for me and his family. Much love.

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