Annie “DORIS” Williams

Born April 11, 1954 in Deland, Florida
Departed March 28, 2024 in Palm Bay, Florida

Annie “DORIS” Williams was born in Deland, Florida to Lee Calvin Williams and Della Mae Johnson. She grew up in Pahokee, Florida and moved to Riviera Beach, Florida where she started working, at a youthful age, as a caregiver. That work ignited Doris’s Compassion and concern for people because as an adult, that became her way of life. She loved going to church and was a classy, jazzy songbird. She really loved music! Doris and her family moved to Melbourne in 1992. She worked at Dictaphone and Glenbrook Assistant Living until she retired completely.

Doris was truly a strong woman. She was a breast cancer survivor. She, then, developed a mighty strength to cope over 8 years with Parkinson’s disease and dementia. We, her family, and care takers, have some good memories to reflect on. Annie Doris kept us on our feet and with a good laugh all the time. The disease did not get the best of her because, in the midst, she still had a zest for life. The good fight ended on March 28, 2024, when she took her rest surrounded by her loved ones.

Left to honor and cherish her FOREVER:
Her children: LaTwanjala Dayanetta Perry Elliott (Carlo)
Camillia O’Neadrea Perry Williams (Charlie)
De’Manuel Lee Fedd (Michelle)
Her Grandkids: On’Dro Deon Hollis-Perry
ChaTavion O’Neal Johnson-Perry
Cordelia Che’Rie-Dion Hollis
Reign O’Niyah-Sade’ Perry
Lyric Tremmelle-Shaun Raymond
Sovereign Twandreas-D’Shaun Raymond
Cherish O’Nyla-Solei Williams

Her Great-Grandkids: TruLani Dolce’ Lockett Perry
Mekhi Jamir Perry

Her Sisters: Willie Mae Garbit, Mary Jane Henley, Emma “Happy” Powell, Extella Smith (Robert), Nicole Hudson

Her Brothers: Donald Williams (Mary)
Gary Williams (Barbara)
Jeffery Williams (Elizabeth)

Special Friends: Heather Aird
Tasha Mullings

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Emma mighty from Melbourne wrote on May 4, 2024:
Camillia and sister, Iam so very sorry about your loss. I worked with Doris at dictaphone, she was a good person , so much fun, and very spiritual person, I went to church with her a few times, the last few years, I wondered where was Doris, we lost touch, but I never forgot her. I know she’s in heaven, singing her favorite songs. Love, miss Emma: ph:321-423-9192
Camillia Perry from Palm Bay wrote on April 7, 2024:
We miss you mama 😘
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