Prayers to the family and friends. She was always smiling and loved church. Rest in Peace sweet Keisha
So sorry for ur loss she was q very sweet girl always
My daughter was friends with Keisha throughout elementary and middle school and we had her at our house several times she gave the greatest hugs and was a really good friend.
❤Keisha was a Joyful encounter for me (and others I’m sure 😊) at New Hope MBC in Evansville. Precious!
She delighted in working sometimes working with Children’s Church, and enjoyed the fellowship of the Youth Ministry.
Prayer for GOD’S COMFORTING PEACE and Resolve for the family and loved ones.
oh my sweet Keisha…..Can you call me one last time. Tiff bob what you doing? you want to come over….please just call one more time.. i go outside to see your apartment with someone else living there…how can you and your mom both leave us…i sure miss you bugging me.. i miss them calls can i go to church oh i know your having church in heaven singing with the angels you were my sister from diapers and i will always remember you always in my heart and your momma yall were a big part of my life and I’m so thankful i was put in your paths as a little girl i love you sis and miss you so much i hope you save us a seat up there in heaven!!!
Keisha Rene Williams, born July 5, 1990, went to be with the lord on October 17, 2020. She loved attending church, singing, dancing, bingo, crafts, and anything that involved being surrounded by her friends and family. Her laugh was infectious and everyone she met became a friend.
She was greeted in heaven by her best friend, her mother Cindy Byrns, and her step-dad Darrel Murray. She is survived by her father Tyrone Williams, siblings Robert (Ashley) Wilder, Logan Woods, Tyra Feltner, Styles Feltner, Kyleana Feltner, Kyleah Davis, and Mya Williams, niece Jailyn Wilder, nephew Kyh’Ryn Davis, and many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A private memorial service will be held by the family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville.
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