In memory of Ms. Mildred J. Williams, Fatina Lacy lit a candle
May God comfort you all, family... in Jesus Name!
2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Elder & Sister Cooper of Chicago, Illinois
In memory of Ms. Mildred J. Williams, Kecia lit a candle
I Love You Ms. Williams and family! Your Joy is coming back
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
I'm sending my Condolences & Prayers to the Williams family @ this difficult time, may God Bless you all, & I know Ms.Mildred was Loved & will be truly missed remember all the wonderful memories you all shared/had with her keep ur head up only down to Pray
Mildred means 'Gentle-Strength'. My Aunt ran her life similar to Wilma Rudolph's race. Although, the track and fields were different; the message of hard work, persistence and passion for life were similar.
My aunt made it her life's mission not just to survive, but to thrive; she did it with passion, some compassion, humor and style to quote Maya Angelou.
Moreover, Mildred was a craddle, to her children, great-grandchildren, family and friends. Regardless of the hurdles or the stumbling blocks that befell her, she was the true Wonder Woman with support and love.
So, take your rest after a well run race and worry no more of man 's aches and pains.
You are free, now run into the ARMS OF OUR FATHER OF PEACE.
A note of reflection with a beloved cousin:
My Dear Cousin, you will be missed by so many! Even though we were separated early in life, the memories of the time spent as children in Mississippi and again, when we became adults and lived in Milwaukee are everlasting. I remember your gardens, always so well attended and such good vegetables. You were the hardest working woman, who loved her family. I remember saying to you, "Girl you always just work too hard, sit down!" I Pray for your soul as you journey to be with the angels in heaven; and pray God comfort your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren with peace during this time.
Cousin Rasheedah (Marguerite).
My sincere condolences are being sent to Donald, Brenda, Valerie & family. I have lots of fond memories with you all from grade school to adulthood. We grew up together as family. May God continue to strengthen and bless you all during this most difficult time. Love y'all.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.