Genetha Williams McHee
“A Seasoned DIVA”
On September 7, 1924, a beautiful baby girl named Genetha Jackson was born to the proud parents of Albetha Simmon and H.C. Jackson. At a very early age, she confessed her love for God. After her confession of love for God, she immediately became an active member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida. After many years, she moved her church membership to Jeslamb A.M.E. Church in Madison, Florida. Upon the completion of high school, she later fell in love with Alonzo Williams Sr. After a period of times, she agreed to marry him. To this union, God blessed them with five children. Later in life, she was afforded the opportunity to marry Sgt. Lewis McGee. Through out her life, she was a woman of virtue and integrity. As her life progressed, she transitioned to Heaven on May 30, 2018 at 7:55 p.m.
Reverend Idotha Y. Battle (Reverend Jessie Battle) ; Number of children: Two and Two deceased children; Number of grandchildren: Seventeen; Number of great grandchildren: Two
Lieutenant Larry D. Williams (Linda Williams); Number of children: Nine; Number of grandchildren: Nineteen
Minister Dr. Alonzo Williams Jr.; Number of children: One decreased
Assistant Warden David L Williams (Kimberly Williams); Number of children: Two; Number of grandchildren: One
Sergeant Anderson Williams; Number of children: Six; Number of grandchildren: Six
Children: five; Grandchildren: Nineteen living and Three deceased; Great grandchildren: Forty-three; Great great grandchildren: Two
Eastern Star: Electra Chapter #64; Church Secretary of Jeslamb AME for over forty years; Secretary of Pallbearer: lodge #17; Member of the Sons and Daughters of Josiah; Church Missionary; 1st Soprano of the Jeslamb AME Church Choir
"Proceeds Her In Death"
1st Husband: Alonzo Williams Sr., 2nd Husband: Sergeant Lewis McGee; Favorite brother John Henry Williams
Living sister-in-law Virleem Williams
A host nephews, nieces, cousins, God children and friends.
"Care Providers: Home Health Aides"
Katryna Owens, Jennifer Betrand, Davyd Hall, Fredrick Brutton, and Queenie Millier