Contin Williams, Democrat of Middleton Conn. “Key,” D.D. Cromwell T. crash. O was 39.
After attending the governor’s inaugural ball. And his own swearing-in ceremony for a third term. House Democratic leaders said Thursday.
Quentin Contin Williams, a Middletown Democrat known as “Q,” died in a crash on Route 9 in Cromwell.
He was 39.
Both drivers were killed. And one vehicle was completely engulfed in flames, state police said. State police have not yet released the names of the casualties.
House Speaker Matt Ritter, D-Hartford, and Majority Leader Jason Rojas. D-East Hartford, issued a statement saying Contin Williams’ family had announced the lawmaker’s death.
“I’m shocked,” Ritter said. We will have time to reflect on Q as an MLA in the coming weeks. We will all miss Q.”Contin Williams, the new co-chair of the General Assembly’s Labor. And Public Employees Committee was. the first African American to represent Middletown in the General Assembly. According to a biography on his legislative web page.
After leading the city’s planning and zoning commission.
He attended Middletown School, earned a bachelor’s degree in business. administration from Bryant University. And a master’s degree in public administration from Villanova University, his website says.
“Fame. Contin Williams truly embodied the word larger than life.” Middletown Mayor Ben Florsheim said in a statement.