I am Christian, son to the deceased Charlotte Williams. It has been a long uphill journey, but my Mother has passed on to be with the Lord. Since June of 2015, she has been debilitated after suffering a massive stroke which paralyzed the right side of her body. She has fought and won so many battles with illness but succumbed to another massive stroke, heart attack, and pneumonia with other lung complications. It's so unreal..her not being present but we've found comfort in knowing she no longer has to be heavy ladened with pain . God gifted us with two more years than the Doctors predicted. We are grateful for the time she's been shared with us and are holding on to the very faith that sustained her.
Since 2009 my dear Mother has had many bouts with illness, from lupus, to diabetes, to sarcoidosis, to bronchitis, to stoke, to blood clotting, to an untimely heart attack. Yesterday, September 3rd she took her very last breath. Her lungs couldn't produce the oxygen needed for the heart to maintain its rhythm. We all pleaded with God and her to stay, but she was tired. She said it often, tired of her earthly body failing her. She has now gone to claim her crown. She struggled with her faith at some point in the last few months and battled depression, as to be expected being bound to a bed unable to speak and ridden with pain. I am glad to have witnessed her through prayer have a breakthrough whereafter she uttered "Thank you Jesus!" I saw her faith restored only days before her passing.
I'm sharing all of this with you (the reader,) family, friends, and loved ones to solicit your support. Those of you who see fit and whose heart God impressions charity upon please help us. As you can imagine with my Mother having so many illnesses spanning nearly ten years back my Dad, being the primary caretaker, has found it impossible to insure her; funeral insurance was even less feasible. We want her Home-going service to illustrate the beautiful woman of faith and valor she was. Money is a burdensome concern, My Dad has devoted his life and ever fiber of himself to rehabilitating her, keeping her alive, and making her comfortable. He has maintained full time work and collectively they have exhausted their savings and earnings to just be alive together. He's lost his bride and it's my duty as a son and the intention of my heart to make this part of dealing and coping with loss as painless and pressure-less as possible. Please hear my heart.
If you are able to make monetary contribution, it is much needed and humbly accepted. If it should be your time, your thoughts, your prayers, or comforting words.. anything you wish to do, we honor and welcome your gift of love.
God bless and Thank You! ❤️