ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our First Lady and  loved one, Cecelia Fletcher Williams, 64, born on October 14, 1951 and passed away on April 8, 2016. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Shanel Williams on June 18, 2016
Wish I could give you a hug and share some funny stories with you but until we meet again you will be in my heart
Posted by Jean FRESHLER on June 15, 2016
These flowers are in memory of the 40th anniversary you and Claude would have shared on earth on June 14th.
Posted by Jean FRESHLER on June 15, 2016
I love and miss you so much. I see your smile so much Cece and hear your laughter too.What a wonderful sister you are and will always be in my heart!
Jeannie aka Sister #2
Posted by Claude Williams on June 12, 2016
Your compassion, dedication, love and beauty will always be missed. You went home to be with the Lord much to soon. I can't explain how much I miss you. You were my best friend and a extraordinary wife, mother and first lady.

Love you much,
Claude
Posted by Victory Christian Center on June 11, 2016
Forever in our hearts. Your legacy of faithfulness, kindness, humility, generosity,and love for all will continue to live through the lives of members of Victory Christian Center Church.
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Posted by Jean Freshler on April 9, 2022
Oh my your light is forever shining! How glorious your rest is now. I miss you and look forward to the day we all will be in the presence of the Lord. Remembering you and Daddy always in April! Sweet kisses to you, daddy, mother, Claude, and Dakota ❤️❤️
Posted by Amelia Grimm on April 9, 2022
Hey Big Sis;
I have looked at your name on my calendar for the past week and talked with you often. So today I decided to visit your tribute page. Cece, we miss you immensely and the love is still so deep and so blessed. You were such an integral part of your siblings lives as well as so many others. Remembering your beautiful smile keeps us going. Love you always, Lois.
Posted by Sandra Fletcher on April 9, 2022
Cel,
April 8th was a travel day for me, however, the date just kept resonating in my spirit and I couldn’t readily put my finger on the reason. Once I slowed down, I realized it was your heavenly birthday. I felt a peace and the restlessness went away.  I can not and will not ever forget your heavenly birthday ~ it meant so much to you. You’re now with some of the people who were very special to you in your earthly life. So, celebrate, celebrate ~ just remember you can’t “crown Him” til I get there! Love you lots & miss you more!
her Life
I miss you so much for so many different reasons I love you keep taking care of dad
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Shared by Shanel Williams on June 18, 2016

My mom was so sweet and always had a joke to tell and most of them weren't even funny but she thought she was a true comedian. I always loved her being home every time I got out of school and having food and activities for me and my brother to do. It still seems unbelievable that she is gone. I'm still waiting for her to come through the door thinking she pulled the biggest joke of them all but I know she is at peace and is watching over all of us. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of her and I vow to always make her proud of me. 

Love you mom!!!! 

Cecelia: The Ballet Teacher

Shared by Jean FRESHLER on June 15, 2016

Cecelia was the oldest of seven girls, She was our teacher for many things in life, reminding us of the morals and values that our parents had taught her. One of my funnier life lessons was when she was teaching me and couple of my sisters how  to be graceful and to leap like a ballerina.
     
She set up chairs in the living room  across from one another and preceded to illustrate the graceful moves of a ballerina and stood on top of one chair and leaped into the air, only to miss the other chair and broke her toe! We looked at each other and that ended our lessons on leaping like a ballerina that day.

What she did inspire in me that day was the passion to dance with gracefulness and now that passion of gracefulness  dances before the Lord as part of a ministry. So thanks Cece, it did come full circle years later!  

I love you!
Jeannie