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Angela Nicole Walker Williams
November 18, 1974 ~ October 1, 2023 (age 48) 48 Years Old
Angela Nicole Walker Williams, of McKinney, TX, affectionately known as "Angie," was born on November 18, 1974, in Pascagoula, Mississippi. She graced the world with her presence until October 1, 2023. She was a woman of many facets, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing her.
Angie's journey began at Moss Point High School where she graduated in 1993. She continued her pursuit of knowledge by earning a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at THEE Jackson State University, a testament to her dedication and passion for her field.
Her career in Computer Science showcased her commitment to excellence as she thrived in her professional endeavors, leaving her mark on major employers in the tech industry.
Angie is survived by her husband Tyreece Williams, and their union is a story to be told. Some things are just meant to be. Tyreece and Angie’s friendship began in middle school, and after being named Mr. and Miss Moss Point High, who would have thought they would have become Mr. and Mrs. Williams? For nearly 20 years, Angie and Tyreece embarked on a journey of love and companionship that became a cornerstone of their lives. On April 3, 2004, Angie and Tyreece were married and from this union, two wonderful children were born: (Ty, 17 and Addison, 10). Angie adored being a wife and mother. She loved spending time with her adorable family (Tyreece, Ty, and Addi Pooh).
Angie was a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a testament to her commitment to community and her desire to uplift and empower others. Her involvement in various committees and her dedication to her sorority were emblematic of her caring and giving nature. Fashion forward as ever, she will always be "Fashion Plate" of Delta Pi - Spr '95.
Beyond her professional and philanthropic endeavors, Angie had a deep love for her family. She was a beloved wife to Tyreece, a devoted mother to Ty and Addison, and a cherished sister, daughter, and aunt. Her love and warmth were felt by her extended family, and she held a special place in the hearts of her cousins, relatives, and dear friends.
Angie's life was a tapestry woven with the threads of her passions. She found joy in traveling, indulging in retail therapy, and most of all, spending quality time with her family. Always jovial, her engaging spirit and zest for life illuminated every room she entered. She was a caring, loving, devoted, happy, stylish wife and mother who brightened the lives of everyone she met. She is preceded in death by her beloved grandmother, Onzie Mae Stringfield and Susie Walker, grandfather, Watt Liddell and Frase Lee Walker Sr, aunts Annie Laura Liddell, Drula Sellers, Fredia Walker, and uncle Willie Walker.
She leaves behind a legacy of love and warmth, embodied by her husband Tyreece, son Ty, daughter Addison, Godly-child Jakarra, loving and devoted mother Mrs. Ida (Allen) Bush, father Frase Walker, mother-in-law Mrs. Mena (Earl) Martin, sisters Catrina Walker, Akeba Jackson-Harris and Tamika Miller, brothers Mr. Allen (Toya) Bush Jr., Jeremy Walker, Mr. Michael (Natalie) Bush, Demetrius Inge, brothers-in-laws Mr. Datren (Maya) Williams, and Mr. Ladelious (Sheena) Little, her beloved first niece, Taylar Walker, uncles - Dean Walker, Mr. Watt (Barbara) Liddell, Mr. Earnest (Abigail) Liddell, aunts - Ms. Earline Haynes, Mrs. Ida (James) Jackson and Rose Creer and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and cherished friends.
As we mourn the loss of this remarkable woman, let us remember Angie for the love, joy, and compassion she brought into our lives. Her memory will forever be a guiding light inspiring us to be caring, loving, and devoted, just as she was. May her soul rest in eternal peace and may her legacy of love live on in our hearts.
In lieu of flowers, all are encouraged to consider making a donation to the college fund for Angie's children. Your kind contribution will play a vital role in shaping their educational journey and future, and your support is deeply appreciated. Simply click the link below to contribute: