Pooh Bear Williams FSU Cause of Death; Wiki, Age, Family, Crescent City Running Back

Pooh Bear Williams

Clarence Williams who was also known as Pooh Bear Williams, a former American football running back is being reported to have passed away on Feb 17, 2022, at the age of 37. He was born on January 20, 1975, in Crescent City, Florida.

Pooh Bear Williams Career

Bear Williams played in college for the Florida State Seminoles football team and professionally in the National Football League for the Buffalo Bills. He attended Crescent City High School. He was the head varsity football coach at Crescent City High School from 2016 to 2019.

Net Worth

Pooh Bear Williams had an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million at the time of his death.

Height & Weight

At the time he was in his prime at the Florida State Seminoles, he stood at 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) and Weighed 265 lb (120 kg). Williams’ weight was a main concern at the University and he kept struggling with it to keep fit.

Pooh Bear Williams Death & Cause

Pooh Bear Williams died on Thursday, Feb 17, 2021, at the age of 47.  Confirming his death, his baby sister Caswayla Mookie Williams wrote, “My heart is broken into tiny pieces and will never heal. My one and only blood brother have been taken away from me.” He went to express his love for Clarence Pooh Bear Williams, “I love u and u will always have a piece of my heart. Lord this hurts bad. The tears just won’t stop. I love u ………. ur baby sister
Please keep the Williams White and Grant family in ur prayers God knows we need it”

“Sad to hear the news of the passing of Pooh Bear Williams,” Seminole Kelly wrote in a Tweet, “I knew him when he was at FSU and considered him a friend. He had such a kind heart, but the man did he play hard. One of the best. My condolences to his family and close friends.”

The Palatka Panthers Football wrote in a tribute, “It is with a heavy heart I inform the Panther community that we lost a fellow Panther today. Coach Pooh Bear Williams is a dear friend, mentor, and brother. Prayers to the family, the Crescent City community, and loved ones. Pooh Bear will be greatly missed.”