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Loreatha Louise Williams

Loreatha Louise Williams
Loreatha Louise Williams

Loreatha Louise Williams was born to Ruth Virginia Williams on her birthday, October 28th in the year of 1950 in Leesburg, Florida. She accepted Christ as her Savior at an early age while attending St. Stephens A.M.E. Church. She was one of the pianists for the Sunday School and morning services. Later in life, she felt that she needed more, so she became Pentecostal and joined Carver Heights Church of God under Bishop Poitier, providing her services as an Organist.

She attended Dabney Elementary School and Carver Heights High School. In her Junior Year in 1967, Integration came about and her Grandfather Horace Williams Sr, decided she would attend Leesburg High School and she graduated in 1968.

In 1987, she moved to Los Angeles, California and continued her education with an A.A. Degree from West Los Angeles College and a B.A. degree from California State University Dominguez Hills, while continuing to raise her children. She also served as an Alter Worker under Bishop Clarence E. McClendon at what was then known as Church of the Harvest International of Los Angeles, CA. In 2012, she retired from the County of Los Angeles Child Support Services as a Child Support Officer II. At the same time, she retired from the State of California. Once her children were grown, she decided to continue to share her love and kindness with several foster children. She eventually relocated to Killeen, TX to enjoy her retired life. Loreatha passed away after complications from kidney failure on April 28, 2022 at 8:36pm in Temple, TX.

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