Williams, Dorothy Mae Wroten -

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Williams, Dorothy Mae Wroten -


age 89 of Prosper, TX, went to be with the Lord and her Savior Tuesday afternoon, April 17th, 2012. She was a member of Allendale First United Methodist Church in St. Petersburg, FL and has been a favorite at First Baptist Church and Prestonwood Baptist Church in Prosper, TX since moving there with her beloved granddaughter, Marla Carole Griffitt and her family, in 2004. They were an inseparable pair since the day that Marla came into this world. She was a bright shining light to everyone that she came into contact with; leading always by example of compassion, conviction, and love. She was married to Thomas Carl Williams for 54 years. She was born in Natchez, MS June 19, 1922. She graduated from United Vocational High in Red Lick, MS. At one point she was the owner or partner in several businesses; Williams Grocery, Lorman, MS; Gregg-Williams Insurance Co. Memphis, TN; and Singer Sewing Machine Co in St. Petersburg, FL. She volunteered for Ditty Bags for migrant workers of Florida. She loved beautiful flowers and was a member of the several garden clubs and was known there for her wonderful American red and white roses. She loved to read and study her bible and was always involved in ministries, clubs, and organizations within the church and the community. She was the president of the local PTA in Red Lick, MS for four years. …

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