LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --Rainy day here in Arkansas, didn't' stop people from coming out to pay their respects to their late fathers who are no longer here.
On the other side of the gates of the Calvary Cemetery, in the middle of a sea of headstones, flowers and utter silence,
"It's a great honor to come here and look at your grave," says Weston Williams.
There's Weston Williams voice, talking to his late father. "Me and my dad always had a close relationship."
For many, Father's day means spending time with dad. "If he was living I would be over in his presence." For Williams, a little bit of rain didn't stop him from doing the same. It's been 10 years since his dad passed away. Since then, he visits as often as he can. "He was just a down to earth person, he believed in principles and hard work."
That's why Williams says hell be back every holiday in the middle of the sea of headstones, paying homage to his late father."He was a always a great father to me, so I try to be just as great to my children."
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