Visitation/Viewing:Sunday, April 11, 20211-2:00 P.M.Washington's Funeral Home405 Elm Street WestHampton, South Carolina 29924 Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing as well as limit the number of persons during each view. Facial masks will be required for entrance into the funeral home. We ask that you would, after viewing at the funeral home, please exit. This will allow others the opportunity to view as well. Please, no gathering outside afterwards. Thank you in advance.
Monday, April 12, 2021
1:00 Post Meridian
Viewing of Remains After the Eulogy
Varnville, South Carolina 29944
Pastor Lucretia Church., Eulogist
As a result of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and in conjunction with guidance from state and national officials, Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing. We requst that you wear facial masks during the graveside service. The family thanks you in advance for your prayers and considerations during their time of bereavement and for the days to come.
Minister Tammy Evette Williams was called from labor on Monday, April 5, 2021 at University Hospital, Augusta, Georgia. She was born August 18, 1965 to Mr. Orgie Dencil Williams and the late Mrs. Rosemary Priester Williams.
Tammy was a 1983 graduate of Lafayette High School of New York. She served the body of Christ as a member and minister at Christian Global Outreach Ministries in New York.
She was gainfully employed in management at The Maritime Hotel and The Hotel Pennsylvania.
Tammy gave her life to the Lord while at a Teen Challenge Program in Pennsylvania. There she learned the scriptures and began sharing her testimony of God's saving power during the organization's community programs. Tammy had an amazing voice which she used in ministry. Her ministry was not limited to music as she was also a writer, a powerful prayer warrior and evangelist. As a member of Times Square Church in NYC, under the leadership of David Wilkerson and Tim Dilena, Tammy was baptized and served in the choir. A beautiful woman of God with limitless faith, she loved to talk about the Word of God. In 2020, she launched her weekly radio show, “Life in the Word”, on Exuberant Gospel and Praise Radio. She also partnered with her sister in Christ, Lucretia Church, in launching their internet podcast, “Let's Talk About It”. Tammy’s heart's desire was that everyone heard the Word of God. She believed that if a person knew God and His Word, they would fall in love with Him, changing their lives forever.
Those who knew and loved Tammy will miss her; however, her legacy will live on in all our hearts.
Preceding her in death, whom she joins in glory, is her Mom, Rosemary Priester Williams.
She leaves to mourn and share beautiful memories: Her Dad, Orgie D. Williams, Sr. of Varnville, SC; Two sisters: Sherry Williams of Hempstead, NY and Ericka Brown (Patrick, Sr.) of Aiken, SC; One brother, Orgie D. Williams, Jr. of Aiken, SC; Nieces & nephews: Damien & Demetrius Williams of Hempstead, NY, Latifah Brown of Atlanta, GA, Audrey Williams of St. Louis, MO, and Patrick, Jr. & Mackenzie Brown, both of Aiken, SC, Special devoted family and friends: Richard Dunbar, Denise Wright, Linda Smalls, Lucretia Church, and a host of cousins and friends.
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