Rev. Chette Williams, Sr. is Auburn University’s football team chaplain, and campus director for Auburn's Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). A noted speaker and author, Williams ministers every day not only to coaches, players and their families, but to the athletic department staff as well. In recognition of his servant leadership Williams was named the 2008 Keystone Leader-in-Residence by Auburn University’s College of Education. He has also received the "Most Distinguished Alumnus" by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and the Chilton County Auburn Club's Unsung Hero Award.

Chette had been a three-year letterman on the Tigers football team in the early 80’s, during which time Auburn won the Sugar Bowl, Citrus Bowl and Liberty Bowl. He graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Adult Education, going on to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, earning a Masters of Divinity in 1993. Williams is past president of IMPACT Ministries in Spartanburg, South Carolina, former pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church in New Orleans, and Associate Pastor of New Song Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama.

Married to the former Lakeba Hibbler, the Williams' have two daughters—Lauren Denise and Caitlyn Mae—and one son, Chette LaRue, Jr.

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