Graveside Funeral Services for Kathleen White Williams, 99, formerly of Springfield, SC will be two p.m., Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the Williams’ Family Cemetery, Springfield, SC. Memorial contributions may be given in Mrs. Kathleen’s memory to the Springfield First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 368, Springfield, SC 29146 or the Williams’ Family Cemetery Fund, P.O. Box 127, Springfield, SC 29146. The family would like to extend an appreciation to the staff of the C Wing at Sandpiper Rehabilitation and Nursing Facility, Mt. Pleasant and also Piedmont Hospice. The family appreciates all of the kindness shown to Mrs. Kathleen while she has been in their care. Mrs. Kathleen passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017.
Born in Springfield, SC she was the daughter of the late Frank White and Pearl Hydrick White and was the widow of Woodrow W. Williams. She was a 1936 graduate of Springfield High School, retired from Salley Manufacturing Company and was a member of the Springfield First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her daughters Janet Kathleen Hafner (Jack) of Townville, SC, Rebekah Jean Beaman (Dan) of Charleston, SC; a son Byron Williams, MD (Furman) of Charleston, SC; grandchildren Brooks Hafner (Doria), Matthew Hafner (Kelly), Mayfield W. Brusca (Mike), Catherine Williams; step grandson Chris Stone (Heather); eight great grandchildren; a number of nieces and nephews.
Williams' Family Cemetery
Saturday April 8th, 2017
7061 Capital Way
Springfield, SC 29146
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Remembering all the sweet times I spent in her home visiting with Janet and Becky. Also remembering that she took me to get my wedding picture made because my Mama had died a couple of years before the wedding. Love to Janet, Becky, and Ronnie. Louise Copeland
Submitted by Louise Copeland on Apr 7 2017 02:07:53 PM
I was saddened to learn of Cousin Kathleen's passing. She was a beautiful, talented,generous lady who shared with everyone, including me, who passed her way.
I count her among the Proverbs 31 women who greatly influenced my life.
Lisa Cooper Van Riper
Submitted by Lisa Cooper Van Riper on Apr 4 2017 10:06:56 PM
I wanted to reach out to you during this sad time to offer my condolences. While nothing will completely take away your grief, by meditating on God’s promises found in the Bible, you can find real hope and the strength to keep going. I have found the scripture at Isaiah 25:8 to be especially comforting. Here it promises that God "will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces."
Submitted by Heather on Apr 4 2017 11:55:24 AM
It has been a joy to remained connected to all the Springfield Williamses. To Becky, Byron and Janet, my heartfelt sympathy. You are the fruits of your sweet mom's labors--each of you made her proud. Wish I could be with you all to celebrate her long life! Love to each of you!
Submitted by Angela W. Williams on Apr 4 2017 11:41:55 AM
Kathleen lived much, did much, gave much, and shared much. Although we will miss her, and have for awhile around here, what she has left us we and our own descendants will have always. Love to all, Sylvia
Submitted by Sylvia Williams Hiers on Apr 3 2017 09:02:30 PM
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