Harviette Cohen Williams

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Harviette Cohen Williams, 54, of St. Augustine, entered the sunset of life surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, at Duke Regional Hospital, Durham, North Carolina. The daughter of Waldence and Delores Virginia (Findley) Cohen, she was born on Friday, Oct. 4, 1963, in Orlando, Florida. Harviette was a 1981 graduate of St. Augustine High School. She was a faithful member, deaconess, and senior choir member of New Mt. Moriah Christian Ministry, St. Augustine. Additionally, she also served as a community youth choir director, missionary, Prayer and Bible Ministry member; People Helping People Choir member; N.F.C.A.A. volunteer; American Legion Post #194 softball team member. She was a loyal FAMU Rattlers fan and her hobbies included shopping, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.

To cherish her memories: husband of 33 years, Ronald Williams; daughter, Ebony (Royce) Martin; son, Ronald Williams, Jr.; father, Waldence (Inez) Cohen; sister, Shirley (Michael) Scott; brother, Byron (Drina) Cohen; stepsister, Carla (Bruce) Mitchell; stepbrothers, Marlon (Evette) Jones, Orris (Queena) Jones, Vernon (Sherry) Jones; six grandchildren; godchildren; aunts and uncles, Linwood (Debra) Findley, Thomas (Christine) Cohen, Willie James Cohen, and Martha Pasco; special daughter, LaShantz Stevens; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation: 5-7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 12, at New Mt. Moriah Christian Ministry, 676 Christopher St., St. Augustine, the Rev. Ronald L. Stafford, pastor and eulogist. Homegoing Celebration: 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, at St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 85 Dr. M.L. King Ave., St. Augustine, the Rev. Ron Rawls, host pastor. Interment: Evergreen Cemetery, 505 N. Rodriquez Street, St. Augustine. Cohen-Williams Family condolences: www.flaggserenitychapel.com.

Arrangements entrusted to Karl N. Flagg Serenity Memorial Chapel, 2400 Madison Street, Palatka, Fla.
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Published in St. Augustine Record on Jan. 12, 2018