Priscilla Jane Williams
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Priscilla Jane Williams CRAWFORDVILLE - Priscilla Jane Montague Patterson Williams, 76, who retired as a court reporter for the Second Judicial Circuit, died Monday, March 6, 2006. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. EST Thursday at St. Teresa Episcopal Church in Crawfordville. There will be a private graveside service at Oakland Cemetery in Tallahassee. Harvey-Young Funeral Home of Crawfordville (850-926-3333) is handling arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308, or St. Teresa Episcopal Church, 1255 Rehwinkel Road, Crawfordville, FL 32327. She was born in Tallahassee and had been a resident of Crawfordville for almost three years. She was an official court reporter for the Second Judicial Circuit from 1961 to 1967 and from 1973 to 1990. She was a member of Pierian Honor Society; Leon High School Sophomore Council; FSU Chi Omega Sorority; Garden Club of Tallahassee, Vanda Circle; Iris Garden Club of Crawfordville; Junior League of Tallahassee; National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, Tallahassee chapter; National Shorthand Reporters Association; and Friends of the Leon County Public Library. She was a volunteer for English as a second language and was a church-office volunteer for St. Teresa Episcopal Church. Survivors include a son, John Patterson Symon (and wife Kelly); two daughters, Mary Symon Lewis (and husband Scott) and Priscilla Jane Symon; a brother, John Howell Patterson Sr.; a sister, Elizabeth Patterson Ajemian; five grandchildren, Jeshuana Symon Koch, Sarah Jane Symon, Candace Danielle Symon, John Patterson Symon Jr. and William Gregor Lewis; three nieces, Jeanne Patterson Rawlings, Susan Patterson Roberts and Barbara Williams Russell; six nephews, Father David John Ajemian, Andrew Howell Ajemian, John Howell Patterson Jr., Jim Williams Jr., David John Williams and Douglas Williams; five grandnieces; and six grandnephews. She was preceded in death by a son, Donald Gregor Symon.

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Published in Tallahassee Democrat on Mar. 7, 2006.
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March 5, 2007
Well its been a long year.I hope your transition was easier than ours.We miss you and long to be in your presence .Love John
John Symon
March 4, 2007
Happy Belated Birthday Ms. Pris!
Lisa Doxsee
October 21, 2006
I miss you mama.Rest in peace.
Love,John. :(
John Symon
March 11, 2006
Mary and Family,
Your mother Priscilla was a beautiful lady in many ways. We were so very sorry to learn of her passing.
As God holds her sweetly in his arms, we will keep you in our prayers.
Love to you all.
Robin H Munroe
March 10, 2006
Seems like I'm getting good at signing these guest books lately, and that isn't really a good thing. As we get older, it is natural that our parents pass away, and it never gets easier. I never knew Priscilla as well as Lisa or Jeff did, but knowing Mary, Jane and John, I feel like I knew a part of her.

You'll always miss her. Its been almost 10 years since our mom passed away, and I still want to pick up a phone and call her. Comfort each other, lean on the Lord for peace and you will be fine. All the Doxsees love your family!!
Sue Doxsee Fristoe
March 8, 2006
Mary,
I am saddened to hear that your Mom is no longer with us. She was an admirable lady. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Jean Hutchison Smith
March 8, 2006
I was saddened to hear of your loss. Though inevitable, it is never easy to part with those we love. Try to take some comfort in knowing that a little part of her lives on in each of you.
Robert Hand
March 7, 2006
John, Mary and Jane- Our family has been blessed to know your Mom, and we share your heartache like family, as you did with us. I loved her smile and the glint in her eyes that you all have, and the humor. The pain has gone at last- God bless her and you kids. Think of her as she was when she was younger and in good health, raising you wild Symon's! We'll all miss her.
David Doxsee
March 7, 2006
Mary, Jane, John and extended Family,

My prayers and thoughts are with you all in this time of grief.

When I remember Priscilla, it will be of times at Alligator Point and the great fun we all shared there together.
Doug Smith
March 7, 2006
My condolences to the family and sincere prayers for the comfort of the Holy Spirit in days to come. Prissy was a fiesty lady.
Kathy Rogers
March 7, 2006
I am very sorry for your loss. All the folks in the Legal community remember her as a great lady.
Julie Jones
March 7, 2006
Such a sweet wonderful person, Priscilla lit this world as she passed through and caringly touched all she met.
Tom Tinney
March 7, 2006
John, Mary & Jane- Y'all know how much I loved Pris, she was a great person & tried her damndest to civilize John & I! She will be greatly missed, although I can assure you she IS in a much better place, and is now in peace. My Mom & Dad, and Greg, are greeting her with open arms! I can still hear her- "John, Jeff, which one of y'all tracked in this mud, get the vacuum, RIGHT NOW!" Love Y'all, please let me know if you need ANYTHING! (I'm not the type that just says that, I mean it! JD
Jeff aka JD Doxsee
March 7, 2006
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Lisa Mooney
March 7, 2006
My heartfelt prayers go out to the family and friends of Mrs. Williams. I was fortunate to meet her recently, and found her to be a kind, thoughtful and gracious lady...even in illness.
Cindy Vause
March 7, 2006
Priscilla was the true meaning of a classy southern lady! She will be missed, but know that she is well taken care of now, and out of pain and suffering. Mom and dad Doxsee are showing her around and making her comfortable! Mary, John and Jane ya'll should pat yourselves on the back for taking such great care of her, in her time of need! Love you all!
Lisa and Joe
Lisa Doxsee
March 7, 2006
Mary,
I am so very sorry to hear of your mom's passing. When I think of your mom I think of her as one of the moms in the neighborhood who helped raise me and as a friend in later years when I worked in Quincy. She was a very beautiful lady. I pray that you hang on to all the good memories, keep them close to your heart and may they comfort you. My love and prayers are with you.
Susan Starr
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