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Services Are Aug. 13 for Roma Williams, 61

Aug. 10, 2004 – Viewing and funeral services will be Friday for Roma Diana Williams, who died on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at Juan F. Luis Hospital. She was 61.
Williams is survived by her daughters, Sharon Grant and Brenda, Bunny, Cheryl Ann and Dawn Williams; her sons, Brent, Brian and Ricky Williams; her adopted son, Wingrove Creighton; and her grandchildren Abdullah, Adana, Adawah, Adiana, Adiuka, Ahjanae, Ajani, Amanda, Anika, Audia, Axel, Ayoka, Brian Jr., Cherridan, Chinelle, Curtis, Delacey, Diana, Donnie, Eugene, Freddy, Iesha, Jakemo, Kenisha, Keshawn, Rashad, Rashadi, Rashawn, Rene Jr., Ricoya, Riquesha, Shamika, Shanika, Shaquille, Sheridawn, Simeon, Tanika, Waleeja, Wendy and William.
Also surviving are her great-grandchildren Ashara, Devonte, Freddy Jr., Jaheel, Jasmin, Kalif, Kaylah, Kelton, Kobe and Kurtisha; her sisters Eutrice, Jonie, Mavis, Nelson, Norma and Rita Blackman; her brothers Allan Stephen, Cecil, Henry and Junior Nelson; a special granddaughter, Chinnel Herbert; her daughters-in-law Grace Armstrong, Shakima Harris and Latisha Phillips; and her sons-in-law Daniel Dowlen, Glen Grant and Eugene Rhymer Jr.
Also surviving are her special friends the Armstrong, Byron, Joseph, Lang, Leo, Meryl, Morris and Spencer families; and other relatives and friends.
Viewing will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Central Seventh-day Adventist Church. The funeral will be at noon. Burial will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
Arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home.

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