Mrs. Mildred Williams-Bey

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August 3, 1937 – February 15, 2016

Saturday, February 20, 2016
Lie In State: 10:00 A.M.
Family Visitation: 11:00 A.M.
Funeral Service: 12:00 Noon

Olive Branch Church
1115 Minerva Drive
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Evergreen Cemetery
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Mildred Elizabeth Smith Williams-Bey was born on August 3, 1937, to the late Gabe Tollie Smith and the late Nettie Lou Smith. She went home to be with the Lord February 15, 2016. She professed hope in Christ at an early age, becoming a life-long member of Brandon View Baptist Church, now God’s House of Restoration. She was educated in the Rutherford County School system. Mildred was united in holy matrimony to Marshall Williams-Bey and to this union was born six children.

Mildred leaves to cherish her memories, six children, Yvette (Thomas) Ramey, Felicia (Larry) McCollum, Darryl Williams-Bey, Avis Hambright, Pamela (David) Strong, and Terrence Williams-Bey; siblings, Annie Marie Smith, Elmer Smith, Wilma Batey, and Darryl Smith; grandchildren, Nakisha Williams-Bey, Jovan (Robert) Johnson, Oddonis Williams-Bey, Darryl (Antoinette) Johnson, Brittany and Bryan Hambright, De’Lauren Pratt, and Robert McCollum; great-grandchildren, Roshod Carter, Terrence and Tamia Swan; devoted niece, Nita Smith; devoted friends Derbie Fincher of Philadelphia, PA,  Delores Robinson of Beckley, West Virginia, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends.

11 thoughts on “Mrs. Mildred Williams-Bey

  1. When God stopped by the other day,He had a pair of wings that wouldn’t fit just any woman.These were for a Special ,Godly and Virtuous woman.Ms .Mildred earned these wings.Bootsie and I will never forget you.We love you and your family.

  2. Sorry to hear about Mrs. Mildred’s death. The Bible gives us so much comfort and hope. John 5:,28,29 tells us that there is going to be a resurrection. a real hope of being reunited with our dead loved ones under God’s Kingdom.

    Our thoughts are with you.

  3. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a MEMORY no one can steal. We the Freeman/North family are so sorry to hear about Ms. Mildred. Your family has been apart or our family for a long time. Trust in your faith and you will get through this. We are here for whatever you need.

  4. Those we love remain with us,for love itself lives on.Some people make a difference just by being who they are…Her inner light shines bright and touched lives near and far.Those we love remain with us, for love itself lives on.Cherished memories never fade,because one loved is gone.Those we love can never be,more than a thought apart,just as long as there’s a memory….they live on in your heart…so family I say to you,When someone you Love becomes a Memory,the Memory becomes a Treasure (priceless moments forever in the heart.

  5. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints Psalms 116:15 Milly was precious in life and to be precious in God’s sight is truly a tribute to the life she lived and the hearts of others that she touched….She shall forever be remembered as a true friend for 55 years..To my extended family I love you and sorry I am unable to be with you at this time…,my thoughts and prayers are with you….
    Deepest Sympathy,
    Delores Robinson

  6. So sorry to hear about ms. Mildred’s passing; God is always standing near, so look to your left or right, behind or in front, He’s there. God bless you all !!!

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