Rose Marie Williams was born December 3, 1962 in Vicksburg, Mississippi at Khun Memorial Hospital to the union of Clarence Edward Williams and Ida Mae Love, married July 11, 1962 in Rollingfork, Mississippi.
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Rose was quick to smile but also quick to frown. Rose had a kind heart and would help any way she could. Rose had her faults just as any other person but she dedicated herself to providing the best for those she loved. A no non-sense type of woman. she could snap and tell you what was on her mind, but she would come back and love you more than ever.
Rose attended Cherry Elementary, Old West End Jr. High School and Scott High School. Rose spent her life caring for others. She started off babysitting at a young age and that lead to a career of caring. From direct care to personal care, from caring for the elderly to running group homes. She was god sent, a blessing to those she cared for.
A loyal and dedicated employee, Rose was employed for many years by J and S Harris Home. Rose loved the people she was left in charge of in such an honest and loving manor they felt the love she had for them. Rose Williams was many things; she was a daughter, a sister, a mother, a friend, and a grandmother. Rose loved her children but she loved their offspring a little more. She said her grands made her feel alive, a reason to keep on pressing. She loved them more than life itself.
Rose leaves to cherish her memory her mother Ida Williams, her sisters Fran Williams, Regina Colbert (Raymond), Tersea Williams and Annette Adams. Her brothers Eddie A. Williams, Jonathan Williams. Her children Latoya Williams, Rockne Adams, Quantrell Adams (Javonna McMillan), and Laquaile Adams. Grandchildren Daytreon Williams, Keirra Sanders, Keshawn Hill, Quantrell Adams Jr., Quantreon Adams, Alajah Adams, Irisha Mekenize, Naki Adams, Payton Adams, Rhylee Chatman, Jakary Mcalland, Kaden Mcalland, Her best friends Darlene, Mag, Sonja, and Vicki. Other People that held a special place in Rose's heart, James Adams, Chartise Moore, Mitchell Moore, Katrina Moore, and Diaz McCalland.