- 49 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 18, 1964
- Date of passing: Jun 27, 2014
|"I love you a bushel and a peck..."|
This memorial website was created in memory my loving, passionate, and creative mama, Deanna Williams, 49. She was born on July 18, 1964 and passed away on June 27, 2014. We will remember her forever and lover her for always.
"Deanna, you are celebrating your second "Heaven" birthday today! Your sweet, loving parents are celebrating your life today with special friends in your favorite location by the sea! How appropriate!
You are so loved and so "not forgotten!!""
"Here we are two years later. I still have dreams that you are back and it's like you never left. You feel so close sometimes and so far away other times. I miss you constantly and wish so much that I could still hear your voice and make you laugh. I know you are with me always and I hope that I am making you proud. Love you forever mama. LYBP"
"Deanna, Your Mom and Dad love the way the rosebush you gave them blooms at just the right time......everytime!!! It's so sweet to see their faces when the first bloom comes and then each one subsequently!
You must be very proud of your parents, who miss you very much, but are supporting each other every step of the way!
We know you are having a great time celebrating your birthday up in Heaven! Happy Birthday, sweet lady! We love you!"
"I remember when Deanna was a kid and they lived across the street from us in Carrollton. She was such a pretty and sweet little girl. Her family is in such pain now and I know that words cannot ease that pain; but I want them to know that my heart goes out to them all. Pat and Jim have been good friends for 45+ years and they are very special folks. I haven't seen Jackie and her brother in many years, but I hope they know that I have them in my prayers. Know that Deanna is in God's hands and she has a host of friends there with her, including Roy. My heartfelt love to you all. Frances Martin Downing"
"Difficult to express our heartfelt sympathy for all the family. Deanna, you will be forever loved and missed by many. Some things in life do not make sense, but one thing we do know is you are at peace with the Lord. We will someday meet again! Our prayers are with your family, Mary and Bob Bingham"
"Deanna, even though we only met a couple of times, you were such a fun loving person to be with. Hate that you had to struggle with such a terrible illness, and hate that it took you from your loved ones. You were so loved! May you forever live in peace and happiness now!"
"Dee, my first personal experience with you was a pure blast! I was lucky enough to be in on the experience where you and your Aunt Janice endeavored to make your Dad into a beautiful "Supreme!"
You and your sweet smile/laugh lit the room every time I was with you. I know it wasn't always that way for you and that makes me sad for you, BUT I do know you are smiling and laughing now..........and that makes me smile for you now!!!! ps.......you would be SO proud of your sweet parents and children on how they are handling their loss!"
"Dee was one of the most vibrant and happy people I ever knew...I wrote a song for her one night in1984, after a long conversation about our lives. I look forward to seeing you again, my friend...and playing your song. God speed!"
"aunt dee. i am so happy that we got the opportunity to get so close these last few years. i love you so much and cant believe youre gone. i know how much you loved kenliey and I and how much those precious times meant to you. i feel like if i wouldve got up there just a little more it could be different today, but i know im not the only one who thinks that. i know you're happy now and pain free and thats all we want for you. thank you so much for being such and amazing woman and one of my best friends, i knew i could talk to you about anything and you would always give the best advice. i miss you more than words can express. rest easy i love you!!"
"My sweet sweet mama. I don't even know how to cope with this. I haven't accepted or comprehended that you are gone. That I can't pick up the phone and call you or drive down the road to have dinner with you on "Mom Mondays." I haven't come to terms with the fact that you won't be there for my wedding, or to answer all my pregnancy questions, or to hole my future babies. I love you and I always will. I am so thankful that you don't have to suffer each day from your horrible illness, but I still wish I could of had more time with you. LYB&P"
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