She will be greatly missed love you my dearest friend, until we meet again. Prayers for the family for comfort and peace during this time. God bless you all.
You will be great ly missed my dearest and best friend, prayers for your family for peace and comfort during this time. Until we meet again, we love you so much.
You will be greatly missed. I always enjoyed coming over with Christen and Dannette to your house. You was always a happy and sweet lady and treated me like one of your own. Praying for your family.
My mom was not only my mom but one of my best friends! I’m so sad that I won’t be able to to call her to say I love you , to get a hug from her, take her to wrestling meets or on vacation. I know that she was a fierce servant of God and loved Him with everything she had!! I find peace knowing that I will see her again!! I love you sooo much mom!!! God gained a great great angel, and I want to praise Him and thank Him for blessing me for 44 years with her! Thank you Jesus!!!! I love you mom!!!!!
You were such a wonderful MeMe and you will be missed so much! may you fly high with my grandma bonnie and enjoy all the beautiful wonders heaven has to offer!!
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Dianne Williams, 72, passed away on Sunday, November 7, 2021. She was born on July 3, 1949, to Dorothy (Kirkman) Harris and the late Howard Dean Harris in Elkton, KY.
Dianne was known to be a true faithful Christian woman and follower of our Lord Jesus Christ. She was a member of Covert Avenue Baptist Church in Evansville, and routinely attended bible study at her mother’s on Fridays. Dianne received her Associates degree from Trinity Bible College of Theological Seminary where she also worked as an executive for many years. Before retiring, she was employed at VNA as a word processor. In addition, Dianne was known to be a loving and caring person who always put others first. She did this by following and spreading the word of the Lord daily. You could truly feel the Lord work through Dianne’s actions in everything she did. Her family will always remember how strong her faith and how abundant her love for Jesus was. Dianne cherished spending time with her family too, especially her grandchildren. She also loved shopping, watching movies, crafting, scrapbooking, fishing, jigsaw puzzles, and berry and pecan picking.
Dianne was preceded in death by her father, Howard Dean Harris, and her grandmother, Eura Kirkman.
Dianne is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, Harold Williams, and 4 children, Darrin Williams, Stacy (Chris) Gager, Dannette (Carl) Hall, and Darrick (Cassie) Williams. Additionally, she is survived by her mother, Dorothy Harris; 9 grandbabies, Erika (Shaun) Scott, Aaron Powell, Lindsey (Nick) Seaver, Austin Williams, Abby Gager, Chance Williams, Christan (Brian) Kircher, Cody Hall, and Keegan Williams; 5 siblings, Freddie Dean ( Linda) Harris, Keith (Tammy) Harris, Kevin James “KJ” Harris, Lora Harris, and Angie (John) Aders; Special friends, Debby and Ronny Pierson; 6 great-grandbabies, numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Visitation will be from 11am until the time of service at 1pm on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at Sunset Funeral Home with burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Covert Avenue Baptist Church in Evansville, IN.
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