Annie Mae Williams was born to Ruth Cain and Clark DeLoach in Vicksburg, Mississippi on June 30th, 1921. She had 1 brother, Earl Riptoe (preceded her in death).
Annie Mae and Joseph Major Williams wed on September 28, 1941 and remained married for 50 years until his death. Seven children were born as a product of their union: five sons: Joseph Earl (Nina Graham), Bernard James aka Owusu Hodari (Johari), Ronald Leon (Cynthia), Jesse Henry (preceded her in death), Paul (Lynn), and 2 daughters; JoAnn (James) and Yvonne (Steven).
Annie Mae has 16 grandchildren: Shari, Derrick, Ann Marie, Chini, Ronnie, Sukari, Kim, Ibn, Omari, Shomari, Walter, Teule, Stefanie, Halili, Evelyn, Jomyron and Talon, 22 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild, and a host of nieces and nephews. Annie Mae was also an adopted mother to many.
Annie Mae was a proud housewife, den mother for Cub Scouts, President of the Matron League for her church, a floor supervisor for lingerie company, and an awesome cook. She believed in being firm and she was committed to her family. She showed them the importance supporting and loving each other.
The family will receive friends and loved ones at Clark Funeral Home on Wednesday, July 5, 2023 from 11:00am until 12:00pm. Funeral Services for Mrs. Williams will begin at 12:00pm at Clark Funeral Home Chapel. Mrs. Williams will be laid to rest at Georgia National Cemetery on Monday, July 10, 2023.
At the time of service, Mrs. Williams service will be livestreamed on Clark Funeral Home's Facebook page .
Clark Funeral Home is honored to care for the Williams family during this diffiult time.