Brenda Williams Hunter went home to Jesus on November 15, 2019, at the age of 57. Brenda was born in Newport News, Virginia on June 24, 1962 to Willie and Mary Williams. She worked for the Department of transportation as well as the Special Education Department of Greenwood District 50 and Ninety Six District 52 Transportation Department. She was heavily involved with her church family and participated in the summer school outreach program for Kids at St. Paul AME church. She played the piano for 40+ years singing every chance she could get. She played the piano and her last music at Good Hope Baptist Church.
Brenda leaves to cherish her memories: both parents Father Willie Williams and Mother Mary Williams; One sister Deidre Williams. Her children Charlene Belcher (Larry Belcher) Michael Carson (Jennifer Carson) Trenton Carson (Adrienna Carson). Twelve grandchildren Lyric Carson Delgado (Raul),Malachi Carson, Michael Carson III Michala Carson, Mikhi Carson, Skylar Carson, Mikel Carson, Tristian Edwards-Carson, Israel Belcher, Trinity Belcher, Jordan Choice, Camron Jackson: two great- grandchildren: Miracle Delgado, Jadisyn Choice and three nephews Kevon, De’Varius, and Karl Harrison.
Services celebrating her life will be held Thursday, November 21, 2019 at St Paul AME Church with Rev Franklin Pruitt Presiding and Rev. Guy Sullivan Officiating.
Burial will be Evening Star Cemetery. Mrs Hunter will be placed in the church at Noon.
Pallbearers will be nephews and family. Flower bearers will be friends and family
The family is at the home of a son, Trent Carson 104 Shannon Street, Emerald Place Subdivision.
Percival Tompkins Funeral Home is honored to serve the William-Hunter family.
Mothers are faithful companions and confidants even in the most difficult times. Mothers dedicate their lives to caring and providing for their children both physically and emotionally. They always seem to know how to help them overcome problems and thrive despite their flaws. A mother’s love is irreplaceable, which makes losing her to death an incredibly painful experience. While sons and daughter of all ages carry within their hearts a dull and lasting ache where they once felt love and security, it is important they continue searching for the happiness their mother always desired for them.