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Minnie L. Davis
December 7, 2022
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Minnie L. Williams-Davis, age 92, of Trenton, slipped away quietly into the arms of our Heavenly Father on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at home. Minnie, affectionately known as "cupcake."
She was born in Jefferson County Georgia, to the late Queen Victoria Jefferson and Andrew Williams. She is the oldest of four children. The family was blessed with two brothers Hubert and Leotis Williams and one sister, Nelliose Williams-Heard, all preceded her in death. Minnie was a resident of Trenton for over fifty years.
She was employed by Parkway Nursing Home and Mercer County Board of Social Services as a CNA.
She accepted Jesus as her savior in the prime of her life, at the Trenton Deliverance Center, under the leadership of Bishop Perkins Broach. She served in the ministerial department of the Miracle Pentecostal Church. She served as a Missionary at the New Hope Church of God in Christ. Her most recent service prior to her illness was at her home church, she served on the the usher board and senior choir, under the leadership of Pastor Mark Broach. Through her stewardship she led several of her family members to Christ.
She loved to sing and talk on the phone with her sister. As well as listen to her Gospel Quartets. She enjoyed family gatherings, and cooking and feeding the neighborhood. You were always welcome to a plate at Ms. Minnie's house!
She leaves a legacy of love and respect. Along with her family, she is loved and respected by many. Her legacy will live on through her family. Her gift of love will be passed on from generation to generation through her children.
Predeceased in death by her husband, Porter Davis, her son, Daryl Davis, her two brothers Hubert and Leotis Williams and her sister, Nelliose Williams-Heard. Her grandson, Ronald 1. Smith, Jr.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her daughters, Gwendolyn Williams, Ida Davis, Odessa Davis, and Sonya Williams. Her sons, Kenneth and Keidrick Davis He~ daughters and sons-in law, Deborah, and Joseph Holloway (pop), Shelia, and Franklin Tyler (June bug), Chinasa, and Brandon Thorpe. 10 grandchildren, 18 great-grands, her adopted sister, Dorothy Diston, and many adopted children. and her special friends, Sheila Conway, Gwen Henderson, Joyce Fisher, and Joyce Nock. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Sleep on our Matriarch! Our Queen! Take your rest, we all love you but God loves you best!
Funeral service will be 11am Thursday, December 15, 2022 at Trenton Deliverance Center Church, 1100 S Clinton Ave, Trenton, NJ 08611. Calling hours will be 9am until the time of service. Interment will be at Colonial Memorial Park, Hamilton, NJ. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home.