Welcome to Williams Funeral Home
We want you to feel comfortable and at home. Our goal is to make our guests, and your guests, feel at home, or at ease. We understand the importance of our role in the celebration of the life of your beloved family member. We continue to pledge our service and support to the community of Sumter and the surrounding areas. We owe these communities a debt of gratitude for their years of trust and support.
We provide this website to you as a way to answer some of your questions about Williams Funeral Home, Inc. and its services. While we view our website as a service to you, we do not consider it a substitute for personal contact and service. So if you have questions you would like to discuss, or there is a way we may assist you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Vertell L. Williams, 83, was born to the late Galathin Rembert Hull in Bishopville on February 6, 1939 and departed this life on September 24, 2020. After graduating from Lincoln High School, she married Eugene Williams and relocated to Montgomery, ALA. Vertell leaves to cherish her memories: two sisters and two brothers, Libby (Chester) Owens and Louette (Willie) Cabbagestalk of Sumter, Frederick (Naomi) Hull of Pennsylvania and Albert Hull of Sumter; and a host of nieces, nephews, other... Read More
Samuel F. “Tilly” Brown, son of the late Jervey and Adaline Nelson Brown, was born on March 14, 1946 in Sumter County. He departed this life on Monday, September 28, 2020 at Prisma Health Baptist Hospital, Columbia. Samuel attended the public schools of Sumter County and Voorhees College. Samuel met JoAnn Williams on March 12, 1972, proposed in June and they were married on December 23, 1972. To this union, one son was born Monte’ Samuel Brown. Samuel was a life-long member of New... Read More
Carrie Dinkins Dawson, 84, affectionately known as “Mush”, was born on November 8, 1935 and departed this life on Friday, September 25, 2020 at NHC National Healthcare Sumter. She was the youngest of fourteen children born to Riley Dinkins and Millie Johnson Dinkins. She attended the public schools of Sumter County. She was preceded in death by her husband, Levi “Brother” Dawson and one son, Eddie Dinkins. At an early age, Mush was baptized and attended Rafting Creek Baptist Church... Read More
Catheleen White was born to the late Richard James and Queen Elizabeth Lyons on January 5, 1974. Her cousins, Priscillia Colclough and the late John Colclough, Sr. raised her like their own after the passing of her late great grandmother, Catherine Lyons. Catheleen departed this earthly life on September 22, 2020 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Florence. She leaves to cherish her memories: her two children, Catherine Keyana McDonald and Kingston McDonald; her siblings, Martha... Read More