Antoinette was born January 15, 1965 in Lacoochee, Florida to the late Manuel and Cordel Williams. Antoinette excepted Christ at an early age and was a member of St. John Missionary Baptist Church. Antoinette attended Pasco County schools, and after graduation, she enrolled in Job Corp Center, Miami, Florida from 1983 to 1985 for retail sales and accounting. Antoinette has been employed with Pasco Product, Metal Industries, Lykes Pasco Packing and Dalton Manufacturing. In more recent years, she was employed with Wal-Mart, Dade City for twenty years, where she started out as a Sales Clerk and moved up to a Pharmacy Technician until her untimely death. On Monday, May 25, 2020, Antoinette closed her loving eyes. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Calvin Williams. She leaves to cherish her memories: six children: Shakita Williams of Dade City, FL, Charlanda Simmons (Clifford) of Zephyrhills, FL, Charvanda Simmons (Patrick) of Bushnell, FL, Shamonique Simmons (Brandum) of Ridge Manor, FL, Charquanda Simmons (Nathaniel) of Dade City FL and Donald Simmons Jr. (Erriel) of Dade City, FL; thirteen grandchildren: Julian, Azariah, Jaiden, A’Yanna, Aubree, Javion, Fabian, Damondre, Zaniya, Bri’Asia, Ka’Liah, Ayden and Kiari; she also leaves behind five sisters; Helen Williams of Zephyrhills, FL, Joyce Harrod (Fred), Lois Gray, Ollie Mae Hicks (Lamar) all of Dade City, FL, and Mary Williams (Randy) of Lacoochee, FL; one brother, Chris Williams (Juanita) of Brooksville, FL; two special nieces; Stephanie Williams (Kent) of Brooksville, FL and Thusitha Williams (Horace); She has four aunts; Shirley Sanders of Lacoochee, FL, Joan Day of Dade City, FL, Johnnie Lawrence and Lasine Longshore both of Columbus, OH; one uncle, Arlester Lawrence of Canton, OH; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends; god mother, Ms. Carrie Vereen whom she admired and loved dearly; and best friends: Alice Johnson and Dorsey Steele all of Dade City, Fl.
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