of Paris, AR
June 25, 1931 - August 12, 2022
Cora Virginia Williams, Christian, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother, passed away on August 12, 2022. She was born on June 25th 1931 in Sevierville (Walden's Creek), TN.Cora married her dearly loved Walter on February 16th, 1951 in Knoxville, TN. In 1956 Walter and Cora moved to California with their young son, Jerius and their family grew with the birth of Tony the same year. Cora and Walter remained life partners in God until his passing in 2008.In addition to raising a family, Cora was an expert seamstress and after continuing her education, worked as a part-time teacher. Cora and Walter worked together on many projects demonstrating their faith and belief in God, including a roadside ministry, pastoring churches and Christian teaching. Cora also penned "A Walk with Elohim".In her later years, Cora enjoyed dressmaking for dolls, gardening, expert level sudoku and playing dominoes at the senior center. Much of her time was spent reading her bible and learning about God and his wonders. Cora will always be remembered for her strong faith in God and loving her family.Cora is survived by her loving family, including her brother, James; sons, Jerius and Tony; 7 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren and her great great grandchild. Cora was loved by everyone, remembered for her strong faith in God, her pleasant demeanor and being a lady. Cora will be greatly missed, however, those that knew her rejoice in the knowledge that she is safe and happy with the Lord in Heaven.In lieu of flowers or a memorial service, per her wishes, please make a loving donation to the Paris Christian Center (Women's Outreach) in Paris Arkansas.
Virginia was a real beautiful person, she was a great friend to mom,(Bobbie Azlin) mom lost her best friend she is deeply sadden.
Virginia was a marvelous Christian person and will be missed by all who knew her. I am thankful I had the privilege of being her friend.I am confident she is with God and her loved ones.R I P Virginia, we will miss you at our table at Senior Citizens!!
A blessing to have known her
So sorry for your loss . What a beautifully written obituary.
We are so glad to have known Sister Virginia. We loved her and learned so much from her. Enjoyed the lunches we shared and the visits we had with her. Such a beautiful lady inside and out. We will see you again someday. Love you always!!!
I enjoyed playing dominoes at the Center with Virginia! Loved to just sit and enjoy coffee with her! I will miss this sweet lady! God certainly gained a sweet angel! Love you Virginia!
Virginia was a very lovely person and she is truly gonna be missed I loved talking with her she had a lot of wisdom and Knowledge rest in Peace until we meet again
Sister Virginia..I have never met an amazing and strong Christian woman like you!! Your genuine love for my daughter and myself was so very important to me! I feel so blessed to have known you. Thank you for always encouraging me to sing at every opportunity especially when you were speaking to the church. The peace I find is in knowing exactly where you are!Love you!!!Gail
Virginia was very much loved by everyone that knew her and will be greatly missed.
I have always loved you. You are my best friend. We had some good times at A to Z.