The Williams Family & Their Dream Home

Williams Family Episode Re-airs September 19

The episode featuring the Williams family on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition re-airs September 19, 2010 at 8 PM Eastern Time on ABC.

Watch the ‘Move That Bus’ Video to Find a Cure for ALS!

Every time someone watches this video of Mark McGuinn’s song ‘Move That Bus’ below, our fantastic sponsor companies will donate one penny to The ALS Association to help find a cure for this terrible disease. Be sure to tell your friends and post this link on your Facebook page! You can HELP STOP ALS!

Thank you for watching our video to help find a cure for ALS. For every view of this video, our amazing company sponsors will donate a penny to The ALS Association, an organization that encourages scientific research to find a cure for ALS, heightens awareness of the nature of the disease, stimulates volunteerism and activism, and increases awareness of government leaders to encourage support of research and patient care. Tell your friends and post this link of your Facebook page! You can HELP STOP ALS!

The Williams Episode Airs on ABC on Sunday, May 16, 2010 – 8/7 Central

Nationwide and Palm Harbor Homes are pleased to announce that this episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition featuring the Williams family and their new home in Pine Mountain, Georgia, will air on Sunday, May 16, 2010, at 8/7 Central on ABC. We are excited to bring the first modular home to this show and look forward to watching this exciting episode with all of the volunteers and cast and crew and donors and sponsors and associates who worked so tirelessly to make this wonderful, life-changing event happen for the Williams family!

April 12 – Mark McQuinn Dedicates Newest C&W Song to Jeremy Williams and the Fight Against ALS!

Jeremy’s story spread all the way to Nashville and inspired Mark McGuinn to write and record a new song called Move That Bus. You may know Mark from his breakthrough Top Five song Mrs Steven Rudy or his song about 9/11 called More Beautiful Today. I went to high school and college with Mark and he contacted me while we were building the house and the story of the Williams family really moved him – specifically Jeremy. Mark sent me a text message and said: “How someone like Jeremy can feel blessed given the circumstances he is facing is simply awe inspiring. After reading his story, I grabbed my guitar and a few minutes later the song was done!”

Meet the Williams

Just three years after his son Jacob was born with Spina Bifida, Jeremy, a local high school football coach, was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s or ALS. Despite surgeries and setbacks over the years, the family is a hopeful, uplifting inspiration to everyone in their Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia, area. Read more about Jennifer and Josie and the rest of the family.


Thank you West, Central Georgia! Your support has been overwhelming. You should all be proud of the community spirit that is so evident.