Anita Louise Bradley Williams
Published 3:29 pm Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Anita Louise Bradley Williams went to be with her savior March 31, 2020. She was born June 24, 1936 in Sylacauga, to Clemmie Adams Bradley and Houston Edward Bradley. She was preceded in death by her parents and Sister Joy Marie Bradley.
Anita is Survived by her husband of sixty five years Allen Williams children Suzanne (Wayne) Friday, Rick (Gina) Williams of Selma, Cathy Waters of Pensacola, Florida. Grand children include Christopher (Audra) Friday, Alicia (Gene) Slone, Justin (Michele) Bowman, Amy Bowman, Mallory Waters, McKenzie Williams, Pierce Williams. Great grandchildren Christian, Kelsie, and Kenzie Friday, Jesse and Matthew Slone, Allysa and Addison Bowman, Emily and Everliegh Waters, lsabelle Johnson. Sisters in law Joyce Wall, Nell Nichols, and Dot Williams. Numerous nieces and nephews
Anita was a member of Church Street Methodist where she was a long time member of the choir and Secretary of the Administrative Board; She loved the members of her Sunday school class, Spares and Pairs. Anita loved helping out in the community through services of Emblem club and Lioness Club. She always loved working with the flowers in her yard, and adored the many fond memories of her Supper Club and Birthday Bunch gatherings.
Special thanks to Amadysis and Homestead hospice, for all of their assistance and kind support through her illness. To Selma Medical for years of loving care, we would also like to express our gratitude to special caregivers Aquila James and Demetria Shannon for all they did for her and how they became a part of the family. To the people at Lighthouse there are no words to express the extreme gratitude we fill for all that you have done to get us through this time. All of you are truly angels on earth.
Family will hold private service on Thursday with memorial to follow at a later date. Flowers will be accepted or donations to Church Street Methodist will also be appreciate. Final care and arrangements have been entrusted to Lawrence Brown-Service Funeral Home.