Tondylea E. Williams

IMG 20230326 174811580

Tondylea Williams nee Steed, better known as “Tee”, 70, passed away on March 15, 2023 in Columbus, Ohio.

She was born in West Virginia. After moving to Ohio, she attended and graduated from Zanesville High School. During her full and adventurous time on Earth, she accumulated many friends from all walks of life. She had two children, son Robert James Steed and daughter Ericka Elaine Williams.

She is survived by her sisters; Eva Taylor, Denise Johnson, Francis Banks, and Brenda Brandon, brothers; Lanny Steed, Charles Steed, Wayne Valentine, and Manny Brandon, aunt Wartrenna Terrell, several nieces and nephews, daughter; Ericka Williams, grandchildren; Natazia Williams and Miguale Vance Jr. and a great-grandson; Amir Vance.

She is preceded in death by her mother Elizabeth Wallace, father Robert Steed, son Robert James Steed, and husband Samuel Williams.

Visitation 1:00pm and Memorial Service 2:00pm Saturday, April 1, 2023 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Williams Cover

Please Click Here To View Program

Condolence Messages

  1. Deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss

  2. To the family of Tondalea, I pray that God will be with you all, bless and keep you.We are all going to miss her. Tondalea was a true friend , always there to help someone .We pray that her absence here on Earth is to be present with the Lord.God saw that she was tired, so he closed her eyes so that she could get peaceful rest.Sleep on my dear friend get your rest.

  3. To the family of Tondylea, We are sadden, to here about her passing. We are going to miss her.she was a good mother, and grandmother .She was such a great friend to all of my family. She will never be forgotten God saw that she was getting tired so he closed her eyes, and said come home my child and take your rest. She is peacefully at rest.All of her heartaches, pans, disappointments and tears have vanished .She is at peace.We pray that her earthly absent is to be present with God. Sleep on my friend take your rest.So long soldier, you fought a good fight.

  4. Raefield Watkins

    May God bless your soul. I will always remember the days in Zanesville in the early 70’s. May God bless Lancaster and other family members.

  5. Brenda (Mickle) McMahon

    Sending my condolences and prayers from Mickle from West Virginia. Allow the our Lord give you strength and guidance to this storm.
    Pray the you fill his comfort this days.
    Love and Peace always
    Brenda (Mickle) McMahon

  6. Brenda (Mickle) McMahon

    Sending my love, condolences in (old WV holler) Morris Drive of Mickle. May our prayers for strength and comfort surrounding the family this coming days.
    Reach our to the Lord to help you.
    We’re continue pray without ceased!

  7. To the family of Tondÿlea Williams. Sad to hear about the passing of your mother .she will truly be missed. She was such a kind and humble spirited person. Always willing to help.She fought a good fight with her health issues .God saw that she was tired, so he gently closed her eyes and gave ĥer complete peace. So long soldier take your rest.

  8. Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church

    We, the members of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, do pause this day to express our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to you, the Steed / Williams Family, in the passing of your loved one Ms. Tondylea Williams. We realize that there are no adequate words which could possibly ease the human hurt and sorrow that you must feel at this time, but we must realize that all God does for His children He does in love and for their benefit.

    Therefore, we commend you to God who will sustain and strengthen you in your great loss. For there is comfort in the words of Jesus who said: “Cast your burdens on Him, for earth hath no sorrows that Heaven cannot heal.”

    Lift your heads and be strong; remembering that God is able to strengthen and comfort you in times such as these.

    Humbly submitted by Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
    Rev. Herman James, Pastor
    Sis. Rosetta Austin, Clerk

Leave Your Condolence