Eva Dell WilliamsDecember 24, 1947 ~ May 23, 2017 (age 69)
Mrs. Eva Dell Williams 69, departed this life on Tuesday May 23, 2017 in Marion County. She was the wife of Blondell Williams and the mother Bryan Williams and Waciana "Vette" Johnson. You may visit the family at 2878 Collier Drive (St. James Community) Marion. Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00pm Saturday May 27, 2017 at the St. James AME Church, Aerial Crossroad. She will be laid to rest in the Williams Cemetery (St. James Community) Marion.
His Lord said unto him, well done, good and Faithful servant; thou hast been Faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things; enter thou into the joy of the Lord. Matthew 25:23.
Mrs. Eva Dell Williams departed this life on Tuesday May 23, 2017 at her home surrounded by Family and Friends. She was born in Dillon, South Carolina on December 24, 1947 to the late Nathan and Thelma R. Wilson.
Eva Dell attended Bethel High School, Britton's Neck, South Carolina where she graduated in 1966. She worked for many years at Marvel Light and Supreme Lighting, Mullins, South Carolina. Eva was a fighter who lived such a life that if you came in contact with her you had to love her. In her early years she attended Bethel AME Church, Britton's Neck, South Carolina and later moved her membership to St. James AME Church, Marion South Carolina.
Eva was preceded in death by her Sister Hilda Wilson and Brother Gene Wilson.
Eva leaves to cherish fond and loving memories her husband Blondell of 44 years; two children Waciana Johnson of Marion South Carolina and Bryan (Chakesta) Williams of Longs, South Carolina, one step daughter Irene Harrington of Morganville, New Jersey; three brothers, Charles (Candace) Wilson of Bowie Maryland, Woodrow (Deloris) Wilson of Marion South Carolina, Douglas ( Wanda) Wilson of Brooklyn New York; Three sister-in-law; Beulah Platt of Chester, PA., Willie Harriet Williams of Mullins South Carolina, Catherine Williams of Marion South Carolina; one brother-in-law Odell Wilson of Marion South Carolina; two aunts Martha Richardson of Marion South Carolina, Dolly Richardson of Anderson South Carolina; two special grandchildren Makayla and Shania Johnson of the home; Andre and Onaje Franklin of Edison New Jersey, Deshawn McCray of Longs South Carolina and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.