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Eunice Davis Williams

May 5, 1943 April 26, 2012
Eunice Davis Williams
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Eunice Davis Williams was born May 5, 1943 to the late H. D. and Ora Mae Dorsey Davis in Webster, Florida.  Eunice accepted Christ at an early age and continued her Christian journey at New Life Center Ministries, Wildwood, Florida.  Eunice loved people and truly believed, "If I can help someone as I pass along, then my living will not be in vain."  Eunice caught the evening train to glory on April 26, 2012, after God summoned her home to take her rest.  Eunice leaves to cherish her memories: Husband, Cleotha Williams, Leesburg, FL, Ex-husband, Rev. Willie Everett, Sr., Leesburg, FL; five Sons, Larry (Bessie) Everett, Webster, FL, Charles (Marsha) Everett, Sr., Upper Marlboro, MD, Willie (Patricia) Everett, Jr., Webster, FL, Leslie (Chablis) Everett, Apopka, FL, and Khristian Francis, Webster, FL; two daughters, Carolyn (Joe) Houston, and Shamerica Williams, both of Webster, FL; two aunts and uncles; Nineteen grandchildren, Chris, David, LeBrica, Toccara, Eriane, Earl, Khaneidra, Brandon, Carlos, Charles Jr, Clinique, Courtney, Jordan, Jaylin, Brandi, William, Josie, Savannah, and Nessa; twenty great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing friends.  Public Viewing will be held 6-8pm, Friday, May 4, 2012, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 133 County Road 730, Webster, Florida, Rev. Roy Mitchell, Pastor.  A celebration of Life will be held 11am, Saturday, May 5, 2012, at New Life Center Ministries, 9707 County Road 229, Wildwood, FL, Bishop Leslie Hannah, Pastor, Minister Dwayne Barron, Officiating.    

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