Mrs. Monica Leona Williams

Funeral Service for the late Mrs. Monica Leona Williams aged 80 years, of Monastery Street off Bernard Road, will be held on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 at 10:00 am; at St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Bernard Road, Nassau, Commonwealth of The Bahamas.  Officiating will be Rev Dr., J Carl Rahming Interment St Paul’s Baptist Church Cemetery, Bernard Road.

Fondest memories are forever in the hearts of: Children: Nurse Diana Williams-Marshall, MS. Bettyann Williams–Rubio, Ruth Williams, Monica Williams of Atlanta Florida, Patrick Williams Jr. And Charles Williams.

Step Children: Monique Scott, Linda Grace of Miami Florida, Apostle Bernard Walkine.

Grand Children: Felton Capron, Fatimah Capron, Mikiah Anderson,Ellesiah & Elise Tate, Nemiah Jr &, Beyonce Maycock, Darius, Ashton Lightbourne, Patrick Jr. & Patricka Williams, Davien Williams, Charlesia, & Charles Jr. Teco Williams of Atlanta Florida, Melissa Williams of Jacksonville and Sapphire Williams of Chicago

Grand Son-in-Law: Javon Lightbourne

Great Grandchildren: Ja’nai, Janaya, Kayden, Sha’dariel, Darius Jr., Jeremiah & Jaylani

Sons-in-Law: Ron Marshall & William-Rubio

Daughter-in-Law: Monique Williams

Brothers: David and Dawight Hall

Brothers-In-Law: Godfrey (Marsha) & Ricardo Williams

Sisters-In-Law: Kathy, Kathleen, Esther, Winifred, Wilda & Francita

Aunt-In-Law: Evelyn King

Adopted Mother: Iris Williams

Neices: Carolyn Adderley (Marcus), Sonia Rios of North Carolina, Barbara Fitz Milord of North Carolina,

Nephews: Benjiman & Ervin Wilson (Geleta), Bradley (Keisha) & Desmond Strachan,

(6) Grand Neice’s/Nephews and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention including:Tangine Greene, Travia Major, Kayla Gibson, Da’Shante Ferguson, Jaleel Mcphee, Dr. Dominique Turnquest, Moss family, Carlton Rolle, St. Paul’s Baptist church family and Family of Faith Ministries.

Friends may pay their last respects at Sweeting’s Colonial Mortuary & Crematorium, #54 Blue Hill Road Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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