Shakita Lashawn Williams was born April 11, 1985 in Zephyrhills, Florida to the late Denise Williams. She received her education at Pasco High School and graduated in 2003. She went on to further her education at PHCC. She worked at PHCC and Chili’s. She loved her family and friends. She loved fishing with her dad and her dogs. She was proceeded in death by her mother, Denise Williams; her grandparents, Manuel and Cordel Williams; and her uncle, Calvin Williams. Shakita leaves to cherish her memories with: her auntie/mother, Joyce Harrold (Fred) of Dade City, FL; uncle/father, George Baker (Jammi) of Lacoochee, FL; grandparents, Mr. Ellis and Doris Harrold of Zephyrhills, FL; brothers, Sterlin Williams Sr (Meghan) of Zephyrhills, FL, Donald Simmons Jr of Dade City, FL, George Baker Jr of Lacoochee, FL, Regis Baker of Lacoochee, FL, and Yazherion Canty of Dade City, FL; sisters, Charlanda Simmons of Dade City, FL, Charvanda Simmons of Bushnell, FL, Shamonique Simmons of Ridge Manor, FL, Charquanda Simmons of Dade City, FL, Carolyn Allen (Terri) of Dade City, FL, Tyresha Baker of Lakeland, FL, Sherwane Baker of Lakeland, FL, Zabria Wimbush of Dade City, FL, Nikki Sanders of Dade City, FL, Latoya Tomlin of Lakeland, FL, and Janet Sanders of Dade City, FL; aunts, Helen Williams of Zephyrhills, FL, Lois Gray of Dade City, FL, Ollie Mae Hicks (Lamar) of Dade City, FL, Mary Williams (Randy) of Lacoochee, FL, Thusitha Williams (Horace) of Zephyrhills, FL, and Stephanie Williams (Kent) of Brooksville, FL; great aunts, Shirley Sanders of Lacoochee, FL, Joan Day of Dade City, FL, Johnnie Lawrence of Ohio, and Lasine Longshore of Ohio; uncles, Christopher Williams (Juanita) of Brooksville, FL, Arlester Lawrence of FL, Aron Harrold (Darlene) of Zephyrhills, FL, and Johnny Harrold (Wanda) of Zephyrhills, FL. and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing friends. Special friends Megan Terry, Shalonda (Nikki) Felder (Glen), Bobby Lennon, Crystal Shaffer, Monique Carter, and Pooh.
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