BY BEV SNIDER
Ron Williams, 73, is a proud veteran who has learned to conquer his circumstances.
He served in both the U.S. Army and Marine Corps, and he was wounded in Vietnam. When he returned to his Detroit hometown, he found the city in an uproar with the 1967 riots, a confusion of bloodshed and violence.
A disabled veteran, he is a determined warrior who has learned to overcome many challenges, including trouble with his heart and challenges with mobility.
If you want to watch his eyes light up, just ask him about his daughter, Renee Williams.
Renee, his only child, is a banking executive who does all she can to help her father retain his independence.