Mildred Leona (Taylor) Williams was born on November 21, 1962 in St. Louis, Missouri to the union of the late Tallies and Bobbie (Hudson) Taylor. She was the fifth child of six girls. Her parents and daughter preceded her in death.
Mildred attended Roosevelt High School in St. Louis. She later moved to Cleveland to live with her sister Linda. Unable to attend school in Ohio, she returned to St. Louis to go to school. She also attended Harris-Stowe State University, St. Louis and there she met and later married Mr. Lynn Williams.
Looking back over her blessed life, she will forever remain in the corridors of our hearts. Mildred was a loving and happy person who loved people. She helped raised her niece and nephews while doing the best she could. ”The Lord look upon you kindly and give you peace!”
Mildred accepted the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and she attended churches. The death of a Christian is very different from the death of an unbeliever. The difference for a believer is hope. People who don't know Jesus Christ have no foundation for facing death with hope. Because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, we face death with the hope of eternal life. And when we lose a loved one whose salvation was secure, we grieve withhope, knowing we will see that person again in heaven. I hear my Master calling me. His Voice, it sounds so sweet, and through I feel my strengthis gone, I rise onto my feet, I feel His presence moving near, I sense His endless love. I feel His peace fall on me, descending like a dove.
To treasure her memory she leaves her Life Legacy of Love, Inspiration and Spirit of Servant Kindness to her husband Lynn Williams: four grandchildren, Charisma, Marissa, Antonio, Isaiah; three great grandchildren, Charli, Aniyah, Landan; nephew and nieces she raised, Damarcus, Daivonna and Shonda; three sisters, Earlean Taylor of St. Louis, Mo., Para Lee Taylor of Greenwood Ms., and Linda Parnther of Maricopa, Az.; one uncle, Will(Christian) Hudson of Cleveland Hts, Oh.; Godfather, James Fisher of St, Louis Mo.; and a host of other nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives and friends.
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