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Carol Williams

Carol Williams (King)

Monday, December 20th, 1943 - Wednesday, June 10th, 2020
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Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure
You are loved beyond words, and missed beyond measure
Mrs. Carol Mardinia King Williams, beloved daughter of the late Clyde and Helen Gilmore King, was born in Iredell County on December 20, 1943. She departed this life, peacefully, on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, at Iredell Memorial Hospital in Statesville, N. C. following an extended illness.
She was a graduate of Morningside High School and was employed by J. C. Penny Warehouse until her retirement. At an early age was a member of First Baptist Church where she served faithfully for many years as a Missionary, Choir member and on various committees. At the time of her death, she was a dedicated member of Christian Outreach of the Piedmont where she served as a choir member. She was a member of the Dorcus Chapter Order of the Eastern Star.
She was married to Willie Paul “Red” Williams, who preceded her death. In addition to her husband, Red, and her parents, Clyde and Helen, she was also preceded in death by two sons, Willie Williams, Jr. and Roderick “Roddy” Davis; two daughters, Lanesia Ikard and Linda Everhart; two sisters, Pam Malone and Patricia “Trish” Stevenson; a granddaughter, LaToya Everhart; her in-laws, Carrie Bell “Gig” Williams Ramsey and Roy Winford; her brothers-in-law, Freddie Williams, Rufus Ramsey, Johnathan Ramsey and George Ramsey, Jr.
She leaves to cherish the memory of her life, four daughters, Cherie (Chris) Gillion and Avis (Sonny) Schofield, both of Statesville, Tenna Williams of Huntersville, and Ruta (Pastor Glen) Usry of Salisbury; a god daughter, Nora Stevenson; god sons, Jamey Johnson and Marcus Stevenson, both of Statesville; brothers-in-law, June Stevenson of Statesville and Phillip (Carol) Ramsey of Winston-Salem; four sisters-in-law, Ruth (William) Summers of Wilmington, Deleware, Juanita Ramsey of Winston-Salem, Francine (Wayne) Mauney of Statesville and Diane (Tommy) McDaniels of Tennessee; fourteen grandchildren, Asia (Marcus) Smith, Raykesha “Kera” Everhart, Contesa (Daniel) Culbreath, Landry Schofield, Titus Summers, Warren Schofield, Marquis Peet; Kiara Peet, Nick Schofield, Vashti Usry, Fredrick Cherry, Corban Usry, Jania Ikard, and Ronekia Parks; great grandchildren, Dantasia Culbreath, Khalyah Culbreath, Kylan Culbreath, Aubrey Graham, Aden Usry, Kameron Peet, Ke’Mari Knox, Derryck Turner, III, Kamiya Peet, Skylar Westmoreland, Dakota Turner, Malteaven Dalton, King Cherry, Lavae Graham, Journey Schofield, A’Miracle La’Reign Corpening, Titus Summers, Jr., Corshaunte Brandon, Martrez Smith, Markaylan Smith, Toyuan Miller, and Naraysha Miller; one great great grandchild, Malachi Casey; special cousins, Barbara Turner, Nate Turner, and Dr. Gregory K. Moss, Sr.; the family of Robert and Lola Bell Stevenson; extended family, Greta Angle, Jennifer Privette, Michelle Pounell and Michael Privette; special friends, Dollietha Daniels, Jackie R. Robinson, Barbara Frazier, Veronica Sherrill, Landa Houston, Harvey Lackey, Patsy Finger, and Crystal Scott, the Christian Outreach Church Family, other relatives and friends.
Our Mother taught us everything, except how to live without her.

Thank you for honoring the memory of our beloved Carol and for remembering us during her illness and passing. Special thanks to Dr. James and Jan Hunter, Dr. Zachariah, Dr. Naren, Dr. Moran and Christy Georgeson who provided special care for our mother. In our risen Lord, we have peace that passes all understanding. The Family

Celebration of Life Services will be conducted Sunday, June 14, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. at The Christian Outreach of the Piedmont. Pastor Glen J. Usry will officiate and burial will follow in the Belmont Cemetery.

Mrs. Williams will remain at Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home until taken to the church to lie in state at 1:00 p.m.
Visit the Book of Memories for Carol at www.rutledgeandbigham.com. Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home, 603 South Center Street, Statesville, NC is serving the family of Carol King Williams.

General Public viewing will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at the funeral home and will resume on Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon.

There will be NO PUBLIC VISITATION, unfortunately, with the COVID-19 Virus we, at Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home, along with other funeral homes across the country, have been issued a mandate to limit the number of family and/or friends at funeral services. YOU CAN ONLY ENTER THE FUNERAL WITH A FUNERAL PASS WHICH WILL BE GIVEN TO THE FAMILY.

TO VIEW ONLINE STREAMING OF THE SERVICE...GO TO FACEBOOK TO Bernardeane's Page
AFTER THE SERVICE IS OVER YOU CAN VIEW THE ONLINE VIDEO BY CLICKING ON HER PICTURE ON OUR WEBSITE.
GO TO
The BOOK OF MEMORIES
CLICK ON PHOTOS AND VIDEO.
YOU WILL SEE A LINK TO FACEBOOK - THAT'S THE ONLINE VIDEO
Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home is serving the Williams Family.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Sunday, June 14th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Sunday, June 14th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Christian Outreach of the Piedmont, Inc.
    Address
    1424 Rickert Street
    STATESVILLE, NC 28677
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    Officiant
    Pastor Glen J Usry
  • Interment

    Sunday, June 14th, 2020 |
    When
    Sunday, June 14th, 2020
    Location
    Belmont Cemetery
    Address
    Greenbriar Road
    STATESVILLE, NC 28625
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Frances Daniels Burton

Posted at 10:34pm
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and thought are with all you. 🙏🏾🌹 Pearl Daniels and Frances Daniels Burton
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1963walk

Posted at 05:39pm
We are so sorry for your loss. Kelvin and Terry King

Wayne Gibbs

Posted at 10:44am
Always by your side, truly
J. Wayne Gibbs / Evelyn and Darren Gibbs
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Bobby f Morrison

Posted at 10:14am
We are so sorry for your loss and the family have our condolences, Bobby Morrison and family.
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Lesley summers

Posted at 05:39pm
Condolences to my cousins, I will never forget how Carol made me and my sister feel when we came down to visit, especially during the summer, because she made us feel like we were sisters of her own daughters. She was a very caring and loving person and she exhibited it through her actions; when the daughters cleaned the house, me and my sister cleaned also. When they went to a ball game, me and my sister went also, Carol like I said treated us like her daughters too. We will never forget her because she is in our hearts, love from the Summers family, Ruth, Bill, Lesley and Juanita.
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