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Olivia Ann Williams
July 17, 1971 ~ October 5, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
My name is Olivia Ann Williams, I entered into this earth on July 17, 1971 to Willease Williams and Jessie Jones in Florence, SC. On October 5, 2023, I slipped away peacefully from earth into eternity.
I received my formal education in Florence One School District. I was a graduate of Wilson High School, class of 1989. I continued my educational studies at Florence-Darlington Technical College where I received my Surgical Technology Degree in 1991 and Nursing Degree in 2011.
I was employed with McLeod Regional Medical Center for nearly 25 years. My nursing career afforded me many wonderful opportunities to meet people and help others. Just to name a few, I was employed as a traveling nurse, relocated back home and began working with MUSC in Florence, and later MSA Hospice as a hospice nurse until my health declined.
I enjoyed living life to the fullest, spending time with my family and friends, traveling, dancing, laughing and riding motorcycles.
I was preceded in death by my loving mother; brother Maxie Williams; grandparents Ella Mae Washington, Lillie Mae Jones, Willie Williams, Andrew Jones, Sr., and Tommie Washington Sr.; three aunts Marie Abraham, Carrie Jones and Elizabeth Bryant; four uncles Lamar Johnson, Andrew Jones, Jr., Maxie Williams and Tommie Lee Washington.
I leave to cherish my precious memories, my father Jessie Jones; a special friend Quincey Rhodes; four brothers Kenneth (Priscilla) Williams, Deondray (Domonique) James, Kenny (Normie) Jones and Willie Jones; three sisters Vanessa Williams, Elizabeth Thompson and Lorraine Peoples; four aunts Novelean Wilder, Gloria Frazier, Nola (Ronnie) Echols and Bunnie Washington; a special nephew Jakari Artist; two special cousins Wanda Peterson and Claudia (Aaron) Davis; four special friends Linda Wilds, Margie Coe, Lacresha Johnson and Carol Bethea; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends.