Biographical Overview • Born: January 4, 1892 in Cope, South Carolina • Died: January 7, 1970 • Buried: • Religion: Baptist • Political Party: Democrat Education • Medical College of South Carolina - Charleston, SC Occupation • Pharmacist Major Events and Accomplishments, 1945–1947 • A retirement system for teachers and other state, county, and city employees was created • August 1945 – World War II ended Other Government Positions • South Carolina House of Representatives, 1931-1932 • Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina, 1943-1945 Other Accomplishments, Honors, Distinctions • Williams served as a Trustee of Coker College, the Medical College of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina, and The Citadel Election Results • On January 2, 1945, Williams succeeded to office following the resignation of Governor Olin D. Johnston
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