Vickie L. Williams Death, Obituary – Vickie L. Williams, who had spent her whole life in Jacksonville, Florida, and had attained the age of 59 at the time of her passing on December 3, 2022, died away peacefully in the confines of her own house. She came into the world on December 6th, 1962 in the city of Toledo, which is located in the state of Ohio. Following the deaths of both of her parents, she became pregnant with Virgil and Jean McLaughlin DeCore’s child and gave birth to her.
She started out her career as a consultant for Longaberger Baskets, and ever since then, she has devoted the last 41 years of her life to her job at Echoing Meadows. She began her career as a consultant for Longaberger Baskets. She was a part of the Jacksonville Eagles and participated in several games for the team during the course of her career. In addition to the fact that she likes working in the kitchen, she has a soft spot in her heart for each and every one of her canine companions.
She is survived by her husband John Williams; her son Johnathon (Stephanie) Williams of Chauncey; her daughter Ashley (Travis Brown) Dearth of Glouster; her six grandchildren, Conner, Chase, Corey and Caitlyn Wooten and Emery and Lilian Brown; her three brothers Virgil “Butch” (Kim) DeCore, Daniel (Jamie) DeCore, and Jack DeCore; and two sisters Sharon (Jim) Larkins Her parents, her brother Thomas DeCore, and her sister Susie Post all passed away before her. She was the last surviving member of her family. Her grandparents were also taken from this world before she was. The first members of her family to die away were her parents.
On Friday, December 9, 2022, at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, funeral services will be held at the Morrison Funeral Chapel in Glouster-Bishopville, and Pastor Phil Westenbarger will preside over the ceremony. There has been no decision made regarding the time or place of the funeral yet. After the funeral rituals have concluded, the remains will be laid to rest in the Maplewood Cemetery in Glouster.
On Thursday, friends are invited to pay their respects by visiting the funeral home between the hours of 5 and 8 pm. They can arrive at any time within those hours. The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, a gift be sent to the Glouster Southern Baptist Church in the form of a toy that can be donated to the Christmas toy give-away that will be hosted there for children. The family has specified that the toy should be in good condition and suitable for children.