We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Ben Davis Funeral Home
"Strength and honor are her clothing; She shall rejoice in time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, And on her tongue is the law of kindness." Proverbs 31:25-26
Lottie, born in 1944, confessed Christ Jesus as her Lord and Savior at an early age and upon returning to Houston, she joined Revelation Baptist Church, pastor John Perry. She later moved her membership to New Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church where she was faithful until her health would no longer allow her to attend. As a member, she served as an usher, choir member, an active missionary, Sunday School teacher and Pastor Aid Committee. She served on many different program committees. Attending service 3 times on a Sunday, Bible study, mission meetings, and choir rehearsals during the week, which was what she enjoyed doing. Later in her tenure, she became Mother-of-the-Church. Lottie loved to dress from head to toe. She loved to wear her crowns, her many hats. Her favorite song to sing with the choir was “Hold To God’s Unchanging Hand.”
Lottie loved to cook and this she did exceptionally well. It was her gift, cooking and baking from scratch. Her passion for cooking led to her working many fulfilling jobs in cafeterias, restaurants, and bakeries. She was no stranger to working hard to provide for her family. She cleaned homes, sat with the elderly and was a telephone operator. If you knew her, you knew she LOVED to talk.
On December 13, 2021, Lottie Mae Williams transitioned to be with the Lord. Her loving memories will be forever cherished by her three children: Audrae (Tiffany), Benjamin (Annette), and Bertha (Jerome); grandchildren: Malcolm, Eboni, Keondrick, Brittiny, Deisarie, Benjamin and Derek; bonus daughters and caretaker for five years: Lashunda, Carol, Mamie, and Rhonda; two sisters-in-law: Bertha and Joyce; and a host of nieces, nephews, many relatives, and a beautiful church family.
To celebrate Lottie's life, the family has entrusted the professional services to Ben Davis Funeral Home, 931 Preston St., Columbus, TX 78934.