- 67 years old
- Date of birth: May 20, 1947
- Date of passing: Dec 3, 2014
|Let the memory of Dorothy be with us forever|
Ms. Dorothy A. Williams of Lee Street in Hogansville, Ga. died Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at Hospice LaGrange.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 12:00 Noon at
St. Mary United Methodist Church, 100 Pine Street in Hogansville, Georgia. Pastor Elaine Gilbert will officiate.
Interment church cemetery.
Final Services Entrusted to Thrash & Sons Funeral Home. http://www.thrashfuneralhome.com
"Dot will be remembered by all those who came in contact with you. Your smile was contagious and your personality uplifted those around you . Thank you for visiting me in Philadelphia. It was a pleasure having you in my home and touring the city and talking about the good ole days. You will forever be in my heart as a true friend."
"Dot you will always live on in my heart. Miss you still."
"I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories comfort you until you meet again. "There is going to be a resurrection" (Acts 24:15)."
"Words can't express the sadness I feel about the passing of Dot. I just talked to her maybe a month ago - I just can't believe she is gone. I will always remember her laughter and saying "Sho' you right". She was the classmate that tried to keep the Class of 65' togeather but more than than that she was my forever friend and I'll miss her.
My prayer is that the family will find peace and remember she lived a life worth lilving. Take care Cynthia Johnson Cole"
I am so excited to think about all the great times we spent together over the years.You were larger than life to me. You were always so much fun to talk to and hang out with any time. I loved your realness, great smile, and awesome energy. Whatever I may have been upset or down about, you had a unique way to make me forget about it all and just enjoy life. I appreciate you sharing that gift with me and my family. May you rest in peace darling. I will never forget you!
Love the Williams Family (Jon, Lauryn, Pam, and Dwayne)"
"Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams and family,I share your loss very much. The
time that I shared with Dot some time ago will never be forgotten. You
all will be in my prayers now for God's continued Love and comfort during this time in your life.Lovingly Yours Always."
"Dorothy Ann Williams was the heart and soul of the Class of '65 of West End High School. Dot was the one who took the time to call her classmates from near and far to come together to re-connect and reunite at class and school reunions, meetings, and other events. She loved West End, but most of all she loved her Class of '65. She will surely be missed! And remembered always. Lois Byrd Jenkins, WEHS Class of '65"
"To my favorite aunt and my twin I will sorely miss you. I appreciate everything you taught me and will miss our dinner and movie dates when I come to Georgia. I'm happy that you can rest in comfort and know you'll always be with me in spirit! #dot"
"It was a pleasure to have met Dot. I'm a firm believer that God places people in our lives, sometimes for short periods and sometimes long for a reason.
Hug someone, love someone, do it today. For tomorrow is not promised, it to will soon fade away. Jesus will be back for you and I one day. Will you be ready, when He calls your name one day?
I pray for your strength,peace, comfort and most of all God's love that will always be with you during this time of mourning. Know that this is not the end, and that God will never leave, nor forsake you.
1 Thessalonians 4:13-14 Brothers, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who fall asleep, or to grieve like the rest of men, who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.
Love always, Tyrone & Sharon Jackson"
"Please accept my deepest sympathies. Sincerely, Loraine Crenshaw (West Ga. Hospice)"
"To the Family:
You have my deepest and profound sympathy in the lost of your love one. May the Lord bestow peace and quietness to you 'all during this difficult hour.
Thank you for your uplifting words when my family needed it. Thank you for the get-togethers, class reunions and family reunions. Now I'll say "So long Dot! " My son and I will always remember you. "Rest in Peace". Shelby Hall- Cousin and Classmate. West End 1965'"
"Dot will be missed by all who knew and loved her, I know I will never forget her,she will live on in memory. ( 1965 classmate.)"
"Dot will always be remembered as her true saying through the years
"Sore you RIGHT"/ " SAVIOR" and " HONey BOOM/ HOME"
Memories will always be from traveling, bid-whist and bowling
RIP - Family remember God is in charge
Much Love from Robert and Linda Nash family"
"Dot, you will always be remembered for being one of the first to sit down at a card game and calling me asking can I stay all night. I will always remember the fun, your laughter and your witty ways. You will surely be missed. You have remained the same since I met you in 1965. I was very glad to see you one last time on Monday, December 1, 2014 not knowing it was really a farewell.
Your friend Mary"
"Dorothy Ann you may be gone but you will never be forgotten! You were fun-loving, straight-talking and sassy! However, I loved you just the same. You were always there for us--and your boys, Tim and Dwayne. Remembering Las Vegas, New York City, Chicago, Disney World in Orlando and Oklahoma while we toured England, Spain, and the Caribbean! Where did the time go! We will miss you so much our love! Forever.....Fred, Millie, Dwayne and Tim Williams"
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