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Winnifer Ann Williams
October 18, 1961 ~ April 29, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Winnifer Ann Williams was born on October 24, 1961 in Eufaula, Alabama to the late Mr. Samuel and his wife, Mrs. Erma Jean Corbitt. God called her home from this life on Saturday, April 29, 2023 At an early age, Ann became a member of Mt. Level Baptist Church in Eufaula, Alabama. She will be remembered for her beautiful smile (dimples and all), loving heart, and for the way she’d brighten any room with lots of laughter and fun. Ann can now enjoy being whole again with her best friend, Michelle Hines. She was the mother of two beautiful children who adored her: Nakesha Corbitt and James Deon Corbitt. She also raised her granddaughter, Karnesha Turner (Jasper), as her own. Ann was the oldest sister to five living siblings—Jerome Corbitt (Patricia), Lyndon “Spanky’ Corbitt, Willie Mae “Lisa” Patrick (Tony), Michelle Corbitt, and Jaqueline “Jackie” Upshaw. Along with her three grandchildren Jalon Rivers, Malex Comer, Breannica Corbitt and three great grandchildren Javier Johnson, Piper Johnson and Jasper Turner Jr. Ann leaves a host of loved ones to cherish her memories.
Eulogy ...................................................................Pastor Tolan Morgan
A life well lived is a precious gift of hope and strength and grace From someone who has made our world a brighter, better place. It’s filled with moments--sweet and sad--with smiles and sometimes tears With friendships formed and good times shared, and laughter through the years. A life well lived is a legacy of joy and pride and pleasure A living, lasting memory our grateful hearts will treasure. –Author Unknown