Obituary for Consuezella Williams
Knoxville – Consuezella Williams passed away, December 4, 2021 at the age of 55 at UT Medical Center.
Preceded in death by grandparents, Reverend Roy Lee Dunn and Hattie Mae Dunn; father, Charles Parkey; uncles, James Dunn and Tommy Dunn.
She leaves to mourn her mother, Marzetta Dunn; devoted sisters, of Knoxville Rozetta and Selena Parkey and Christina Parkey; brother, Maddrick Bowen; children Nabre, Keaunna and Jeremiah Dunn; aunt, Jannell Sherles; three adoring grandchildren, Trinity and Brandon Malone, and Ava White; nieces, Amber Nereu, and Pariss Drew; nephew, Cortez Drew, other nieces and nephews; best friends, Sherry Taylor and Angela Mason, and a host of cousins too numerous to mention.
Connie was a graduate of West High School in 1985 where she was a trailblazer to say the least.
Blazing new trails as West High School’s first black Homecoming Queen, Prom Queen, KIL All-State Cheerleader, Alpha Kappa Alpha Debutaunte of 1985, and too many other accolades to list.
She went on to pursue her higher education at Derry Institute of Technology in both Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX. Connie obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering.
She was a precious woman of love and great devotion to her family. A strong believer in faith, forgiveness and giving, she would give you anything she had and help you to get it if she didn’t. A tremendous daughter, loving mother and grandmother; Connie was the life of the party and would holler loudly whenever she seen her family. Her tremendous expression of affection and love was known by us all. As a long time member of her church home, Light House Church of God, Connie
loved her church family and they loved her. She held steadfast to her trust in God.
Family and friends will receive friends, 2:30- 3:00 p.m., Sunday, January 2, 2022 at Jarnigan & Son Mortuary; Memorial service, 3:00 p.m.
Arrangements by JARNIGAN & SON MORTUARY
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