Memorial & Funeral Services

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Mrs. Jessie Alston Williams

Mrs. Jessie Alston Williams, 91, of  West End, North Carolina, died Saturday, December 14, 2019, at her residence.


Survivors: Children, Lee Williams (Crystal), Jeff Williams (Monica), and Vicky Williams;  siblings, Saundra Simmons (Alton), Almeta Simms, Virginia Hostler, and  Henry Alston; eight grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; and other relatives.


Online condolences can be made until January 12, 2020.

Service Details


Saturday, December 28, 2019

11:00 AM


Christ’s Way Community
Church & Outreach Center

15767 US Highway 15-501

Aberdeen, North Carolina



Saturday, December 28, 2019

10:00 – 10:45 AM

At the church

Eastwood Community Cemetery

West End, North Carolina





Grandma my heart, my everything, you will truly be missed, but never forgotten, though we may be full of sorrow on this earthly dwelling, the angels in heaven are rejoicing.. Love you forever

Renee Cuffee

My heartfelt condolences and prayers to the Williams family. Mom Jessie was such a sweet spirit with grace, class and style. I will never forget our many conversations on various topics especially her love of reading and cooking. She will be missed.

Vicky Williams

A woman to be cherished and revered. She was a kind-hearted, classy, eloquent lady. Her heart was her kitchen, she made a lot of people happy with home-cooked meals. Around the Holidays is where she shined; making sweet p'tatter pies, Coconut cakes, and any southern meal you could imagine. I will truly miss her but I will never forget her. She showed me what it was to be a lady and have respect for thyself and others. Yet she was not a woman to be messed with. Love you MOM !!!!

Darlene Williams

My God Bless the Williams Family at this time of sorrow

LaMonte and Donna Wilson

To my Good Brother Jeff and Family. Donna and I extended our deepest condolences to you and your family during this period of mourning the loss of your mother. I am blessed to have had the opportunity to know her and to feel connected to her as a part of the family. Know that you are in our prayers. Most importantly, know that God is your anchor during this time. We encouraged to cherish the sweet memories of your mother and know that she is at peace and in the presence of the Lord. Love Respectfully submitted LaMonte and Donna