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Naomi "Dinky" DD Williams

January 4, 1945May 21, 2020
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Naomi “Dinky” DD Williams

On May 21, 2020, Nomi made her final journey home after a lengthy illness.

Naomi was born January 4, 1945 to Reverend David J. Vasco and Reverend Violet R. Vasco. She received her nickname Dinky from her dad because she was so tiny and that is why she has been called that to this day.

January 30, 1959, she married her true love, Rufus Williams. They had two sons, Eric and David. Naomi was preceded in death by: her father, David; mother, Violet; her brothers, Ace and David; and her sisters, Texie and Margaret.

Left to cherish her memory are: her husband, of 61 years, Rufus; her sons, Eric and wife, Mary Jane, David and wife, Kaye and her adopted daughter, Ester. She also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews. Her greatest joy was when she was named DD. She loved her babies and they will miss her dearly. Left to carry on her legacy are: grandchildren, Aaron and wife Hannah, Alan and wife Lauren, Mary, Lindsey and husband Brandon, Lauren, and Lance. She has seven great-grand babies, Owen, Collum, Logan, Liam, Lincoln, and Samuel.

Mrs. Williams will be laid to rest May 23, 2020 at Hill Crest Memorial Park at 2:30 PM, with Brother Milton of the Bradford House, presiding.

We would like to thank the Bradford House and SICU at Willis-Knighton North for the care they provided our DD.

  • FAMILY

  • Rev. David J. Vasco, Father (deceased)
  • Rev. Violet R. Vasco, Mother (deceased)
  • Ace and David, Brothers (deceased)
  • Texie and Margaret, Sisters (deceased)
  • Rufus Williams, Husband of 61 years
  • Eric Williams (Mary Jane), Son
  • David Williams (Kaye), Son
  • Ester, Adoped Daughter
  • Aaron (Hannah), Grandson
  • Alan (Lauren), Grandson
  • Mary, Granddaughter
  • Lindsey (Brandon), Granddaughter
  • Lauren, Granddaughter
  • Lance, Grandson
  • Owen, Collum, Logan, Liam, Lincoln, and Samuel, Great-Grandchildren
  • Mrs. Williams also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

  • Life Celebration

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

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Judy William's Kowis

May 23, 2020

We are all so sorry for your loss. We all loved Dinky like a sister. Rufus our brother and family we send our love and condolences to all.
Love u
Judy Kowis family
Keet Smith family
Evelyn Aymond family
And Carroll William's family

Michelle Meyers

May 23, 2020

From this day forward if someone calls me Mickey it will definitely have a different meaning you were the one who titled me with that name as a baby. Always excited when we knew we were going to go see Aunt Dinkey and Uncle Rufus. Oh what fun we would have your smile and your laughter Lit up the room. I love you
forever your Mickey

Rebecca Harper

May 23, 2020

So sorry for your loss Uncle Rufus and Williams family. When I think of being a child I think of Aunt Dinky. Always a favorite and usually a willing partner in crime! She had just enough mischief mixed in her sweetness to make her a stand out. You will be missed by so many and I’m pretty sure the angels will gain a few pounds eating those magnificent biscuits that no one could ever top!

Scott Smith

May 23, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I am out of town this weekend. Wish I could be there with y’all. I loved my Aunt Dinky.

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Naomi “Dinky” DD Williams

On May 21,2020, Naomi made her final journey home after a lengthy illness.

Naomi was born January 4, 1945 to Reverend David J. Vascoe and Reverend Violet R. Vascoe. She received her nickname Dinky from her dad because she was so tiny and that is why she has been called that to this day.

January 30, 1959, she married her true love, Rufus Williams. They had two sons Eric and David.

Naomi was preceded in death by her father David, mother Violet, her brothers Ace and David, and her sisters Texie and Margaret.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband of 61 years, Rufus, her sons Eric and wife Mary Jane, David and wife Kaye and her adopted daughter Esther. She leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.

Her greatest joy was when she was named DD. She loved her babies and they will miss her dearly. Grandchildren-Aaron and wife Hannah, Alan and wife Lauren, Mary, Lindsey husband Brandon, Lauren, and Lance. She has seven great grand babies-Lukas, Owen, Collum, Logan, Liam, Lincoln and Samuel.

She will laid to rest May 23, 2020 at Hill Crest Memorial at 2:30.

We would like to thank the Bradford House and SICU at Willis Knighton North for the care they provided for our DD.

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Naomi “Dinky” DD Williams

On May 21,2020, Naomi made her final journey home after a lengthy illness.

Naomi was born January 4, 1945 to Reverend David J. Vascoe and Reverend Violet R. Vascoe. She received her nickname Dinky from her dad because she was so tiny and that is why she has been called that to this day.

January 30, 1959, she married her true love, Rufus Williams. They had two sons Eric and David.

Naomi was preceded in death by her father David, mother Violet, her brothers Ace and David, and her sisters Texie and Margaret.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband of 61 years, Rufus, her sons Eric and wife Mary Jane, David and wife Kaye and her adopted daughter Esther. She leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.

Her greatest joy was when she was named DD. She loved her babies and they will miss her dearly. Grandchildren-Aaron and wife Hannah, Alan and wife Lauren, Mary, Lindsey husband Brandon, Lauren, and Lance. She has seven great grand babies-Lukas, Owen, Collum, Logan, Liam, Lincoln and Samuel.

She will laid to rest May 23, 2020 at Hill Crest Memorial at 2:30.

We would like to thank the Bradford House and SICU at Willis Knighton North for the care they provided for our DD.

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Biography

Naomi “Dinky” DD Williams

On May 21, 2020, Nomi made her final journey home after a lengthy illness.

Naomi was born January 4, 1945 to Reverend David J. Vasco and Reverend Violet R. Vasco. She received her nickname Dinky from her dad because she was so tiny and that is why she has been called that to this day.

January 30, 1959, she married her true love, Rufus Williams. They had two sons, Eric and David.

Naomi was preceded in death by: her father, David; mother, Violet; her brothers, Ace and David; and her sisters, Texie and Margaret.

Left to cherish her memory are: her husband, of 61 years, Rufus; her sons, Eric and wife, Mary Jane, David and wife, Kaye and her adopted daughter, Ester. She also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.

Her greatest joy was when she was named DD. She loved her babies and they will miss her dearly. Left to carry on her legacy are: grandchildren, Aaron and wife Hannah, Alan and wife Lauren, Mary, Lindsey and husband Brandon, Lauren, and Lance. She has seven great-grand babies, Owen, Collum, Logan, Liam, Lincoln, and Samuel.

Mrs. Williams will be laid to rest May 23, 2020 at Hill Crest Memorial Park at 2:30 PM, with Brother Milton of the Bradford House, presiding.

We would like to thank the Bradford House and SICU at Willis-Knighton North for the care they provided our DD.

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