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Maggie C. Williams
November 2, 1941 ~ October 18, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Elds. Maggie C. Williams, transitioned from this world on October 18, 2023 to a place of Peace & Serenity. She was just two weeks shy of her 82nd birthday.
Elds. Williams, AKA Mom, Grandma & Charlene was born November 2, 1941 in Tupelo Mississippi. She was the daughter of Harriet & Orbrey Spight. April 9, 1961 she married the late Pres. Elder Benton Ray Williams, from this union, seven children were born.
Elds. Williams joined the Supreme Council of the House of Jacob in the 1960’s. She enjoyed attending church services and singing the songs of Zion. Elds. was best known for baking her delicious homemade Coconut cake & Carmelized candied yams.
Elds. Williams had a passion for plants & flowers, not to mention her large collection of beautiful Church Hats!
“One More Day” is a song that she often sang at home, and the Lord had indeed Blessed Elds. Williams with many days. She survived and thrived with diabetic kidney failure for more than fourteen and a half years.
She leaves to cherish her memory five children, Darlene (Daniel Sr.) Hill; Lovonzo Williams, Eula Williams & Rufus Williams, all residing in TX; Elizabeth Williams, residing in Ohio; eight beautiful grandchildren, Julius, Jasmine, Ivanna, Daniel Jr., Dominic, Darius, Shannon & Lynore: eight precious great-grandchildren, Aurora, Alexandra, Kingston, Xavier, K’Len, Tristan, Nova & Isaiah; one surviving sister, Ms. Liller Betty Lou Owens of New Mexico; three sisters-n-law, Ms. Sarah Monroe, Ms. Lurline Taylor and Ms. Kavillion Felder; one brother-in-law, Mr. William Taylor; last but not least, a host of nieces, nephews, church Family & friends.
She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Pres. Eld. Benton Williams; a son, Ray Williams; infant daughter, Priscilla Williams, and a grandson, Raymond Ford.
Visitation will be 10:00-11:00 a.m. Saturday, October 28, 2023 at Supreme Council of the House of Jacob, with funeral service beginning at 11:00 a.m. Services of Love and Dignity entrusted to the L.E. Black, Phillips and Holden Funeral Home.