Deborah Denise Williams

Deborah Denise Williams was born in Buffalo, New York, December 19, 1958 to the late Elman Hunt and Eliza Williams.

She received her education in the Buffalo School system until relocating to Columbus, Ohio at the age of 15, where she attended Linden McKinley High School.

Deborah was later employed through Franklin Job and Family Services as a Home Child Care Provider. She was a member of Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies. She left many friends in Buffalo New York who will truly miss her.

Deborah enjoyed going to the Casino and was an avid Bingo Player.

Deborah was preceded in death by her parents, Elman Hunt and Eliza Williams; son Lamar and siblings, Susie A. Duncan, Jerry Williams and Lester Williams all of Buffalo New York.

She leaves to cherish her memories, daughter, Latricia Jones; son. Robert (Michelle) Jones; sister, Mary Williams, Peggy Baines (King Arthur) of Buffalo, New York, Vivian Benjamin of Pittsburgh, PA, Thelma (Leonard) Williams and special brother, Elmer (Lisa) of Columbus, Ohio; Special friends, Richard Thornton, Dawn Parrish, Myrtice (Penny) Shepard and very Special Friend, Terrance Nevins (Tudy) a host of special grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She will be truly missed by all.

Visitation 3:00PM and Funeral Service 4:00PM Saturday, August 24, 2019 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. To the Williams Family I am sorry for your loss praying that God will give you strength through this difficult time in your life.

  2. Charles and Sharon Boyer and family

    We are heartbroken but still feeling blessed to have had Deborah in our lives as a family member. Always a listening ear, amazingly funny and so inspirational to anyone in need. She will be deeply missed. May she rest in Heavenly peace until we meet again

  3. Candy Cochran Williams

    Saddened deeply by the loss of you. Although frozen in this time of grief , I know that GOD is a GOD of COMFORT and LOVE..
    I trust DEAR LORD that you will welcome my friend home.

  4. Family,
    Absent from the body is truly present with the Lord. God made us a promise that He will Never leave or forsake us. While this process hurts, please lean to God He is a father to the fatherless, a Mother to a motherless and a Comforter.
    Hold to His unchanging hand.

  5. You were more than just my grandma Vanessa best friend you were my aunt Debbie… Im forever going to miss you auntie love you so much…. sending my prayers to Trish and Gooch and her grandbabies. i love yall family

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