Home Going Celebration forMrs. Marion Gothie Williams
Monday, November 22, 2021
4-6:00 Post Meridian
Washington's Funeral Home
405 Elm Street West
Hampton, South Carolina 29924
Tuesday, November 23, 2021
1:00 Post Meridian
Old Mills Cemetery
Rizer Cemetery Road
Ehrhardt, South Carolina 29081
We will be practicing COVID_19 safety protocol. So, please wear your facial masks and practice social distancing. Thank you in advance.
Reverend Stanley Ritter, Pastor
Reverend General S. Hay, Officiating
I have fought a good right. I have finished my course, I have kept the Faith, Henceforth there is laid up for me acrown up of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, Shall give me at day; and not to me only,but unto all them also that love his appearing. Timothy 4:7-8Marion "Bob" Gothie Williams was born on March 6th, 1951, in Miley, South Carolina to the late Brooker T. Gothie & Ethel Mae Mingo Gothie.She received her formal education at the former North District Training School in Varnville, SC where she was a 1969 graduate. At an early age, she accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Savior and was united in fellowship with Rizer Chapel United Methodist Church, Ehrhardt, SC. She held many duties within the church until her health began to decline. Her main and most enjoyed service was being on the usher board.Marion Gothie Williams was united in holy matrimony to the late Leon "Gibb" Williams on December 22nd, 1979. Their union was blessed with three Children: Ryan, Marquita, and Creola.In her leisure time, before her health began to fail, she enjoyed sewing, cooking, watching soap operas, and spending time with family. She was employed with Hampton School District One as a Dietician Aide. She retired from that position in 2010.On November 14th, 2021, at 9:31 p.m., Marion left her earthly home and entered eternal rest. She heard the summon of her Master's call, saying "Well Done". She was preceded in death by her parents, Brooker T. Gothie and Ethel Mae Gothie; brothers: Paul and Stewart Mitchell; mother-in-law, Ethel Lee Williams and father-in-law, Nathaniel Hill; brothers-in-law: Nathaniel Davis and Benjamin Williams.She leaves to cherish many fond memories to her children: Ryan Williams of Hampton, SC, Marquita Williams and Creola Williams, both of Varnville, SC; A grandson reared in the home, Kamonta Boles of Varnville, SC; A step son, Marc Williams of Sarasota, FLA; (3) Sisters: Geneva Gothie of Ehrhardt, SC, Janice Dunn (Charles) of Blythe GA, and Annie Mae Gothie of Brooklyn, NY; (1) Aunt, Hazel Mingo Smalls of Brooklyn, NY; (3) Brothers in law: Johnnie Bryson of Hampton, SC, John Hill (Eva) of Orangeburg, SC, and Rodney Hill (Bernice) of Hampton, SC; (7) Sisters-in-law: Linda Byson of Hampton, SC, Teresa H. Williams, Cynthia Hill, Oderia Hill and Terrie Hill, all of Cummings, SC, Ann Mitchell of Lady Island, SC, and Yvonne Mitchell of Greensboro, North Carolina; A host of nieces and nephews, which includes special nieces: Tara Gothie, Erica Gothie, Ineather G. Nicely, Wanda Gothie, Coretta Gothie, Tinish Bryson Smith, Lavonna Bryson, Tinaya Harley, and Amber Mole. Special nephews: Desmond Williams, Korey Williams, Tyler Smith and Ta’Kwan Lewis. God-sisters: Adrian Wright and Carol Odom; Other relatives which include special in law, Rodney McQuire and Apostle Larry Green; Special friends from the class of 1969: Peggy Brabham, Odetha Murray, Marie Mears, Leroy Davis, and Delphine Johnson. An adopted grandson who became very fond of her, Ka'Shawn Whitney. Friends: Ardul Mitchell and Melqwan Youmans.
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