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Imogene Williams
E. R. Johnson Family Mortuary

God saw you were getting tired; when healing was not to be, so he put his arm around you and whispered, “Come with me”. You have tried so hard to stay. Beautiful memories we’ll cherish forever, your smile and voice we'll miss each day. A heart of gold stopped beating; hard working hands at rest; God's garden must be beautiful, for he only takes the best.

Mrs. Imogene Williams, 82, received her reward of eternal; rest on Saturday, December 1, 2007 at UTMB Hospital.

Imogene was born on July 5, 1925, in Center, Texas, to Alvin, Sr. and Mae Bell Hall Coleman. She attended school in Center and was a graduate of C.H. Daniel High School. She married Charles Williams on April 16, 1945, and to this union, four children were born, and later made Galveston her home. She was retired from UTMB Microbiology Lab after 25 years of service. She was a member of Carter Temple CME Church where she served on the Usher board. She also was a member of the Court of Calantha.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Charles R. Williams; and sisters, Ivory J. Scates.
 
She leaves with cherished memories, her sons, Chris D. Williams (Theresa) and David E. Williams (Vickie) both of Galveston; daughters, Evelyn R. Gulley (James) of Galveston, and Toni L. Briggs (Joel) of Stafford, TX; grandchildren, Chris Williams, Jr.; Roderick Joiner; Chalen Gulley; Dylan Robertson (Nicholas); Ashley Little (Charlton); Kristen Williams; David Charles Williams; Davenel Joiner, and Channing Briggs; great grandchildren, Elijah Robertson and Ashton Little; brother Alvin Coleman, Jr.; sisters, Elsie Jackson of Galveston, and Lois Rather of Dallas, TX; sisters in law, Ima F. Kay; Maxine Williams; Elodie Williams and Hazel Brooks; brother in law, Wadie Williams, Sr.; devoted friends, Christine Jackson and Gloria Curry; and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

Casket bearers will be Johnny Jackson, Joel Briggs; Vincent Courville, Walter Kay, Michael Williams; Charlton Little, and Anthony Priestly.

Viewing will begin at 4PM on Friday, December 7th followed by a quiet hour from 7-8PM at E. R. Johnson Family Mortuary.

A service celebration her life will begin at 11:00 AM on Saturday Decembers 8, 2007, at Carter Temple CME Church with Pastor Charles Webster officiating. She will be laid to rest next to her beloved Charles in Lakeview Cemetery.



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