The funeral service will be held at 11: 00 A.M., Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Union Baptist Church, Norris Street, Montezuma, Georgia. Burial will be held at New Hope Baptist Church, Hwy 26 East, Montezuma, Georgia.
Earlie Barron Williams was born on April 24, 1947 in Vienna, Georgia to Will Miller and Eva Barron. Earlie was preceded in death by her parents, Will Miller and Eva Barron, and two brothers, Leonard Toomer and Willie B. Toomer, Jr.
Earlie was a graduate of Vienna High and Industrial School (1965) in Vienna, GA. She received her Bachelor's degree from Fort Valley State University (1969) and her Master's degree from Case Western Reserve University (1971).
Earlie located to Cleveland, Ohio in 1969 and united in Holy Matrimony to Newt Williams. With this union, they were blessed with two children, Gerald and Valerie.
In 2010, Earlie retired after 31 years of hard work and dedication as a Supervisory Social Worker and selfless Social Services Advocate for the Louis Stokes Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. She also served as a social worker at Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio for ten years. Earlie loved the Lord. She was a member of Morning Star Baptist Church of Cleveland, Ohio.
Earlie’s life’s joy was being a mother and then becoming a grandmother. She always put her family before herself and made sure that they knew that she loved them. She enjoyed visiting her family and she traveled with them often. She took her dream trip to Hawaii this year to celebrate her 70th birthday with her family. She never met a stranger and her smile would light up a room. She will truly be missed.
Cherished memories will be held by her children; Gerald Williams (Rushetta) of Centerville, Ohio and Valerie Williams Robinson (Jay) of Apopka, Florida; four grandchildren, Kyla Williams, Demetrius Williams, Gabrielle Robinson and Stephanie Robinson; two brothers, Hollice Toomer (Carol) of Upper Marlboro, Maryland and Willie Miller (Mary) of East Cleveland, Ohio; one sister, Iris Mitchell of Atlanta, Georgia; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.