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Dovie "Trudy" Crumpton Williams passed away peacefully in her sleep at home on April 8, 2021. She was born on November 5, 1934 in Haleyville, Alabama to Mary Leola Crumpton and Monroe Crumpton. After the unexpected death of her father, she moved to Mobile in the forties with her mother and siblings - Nelson Crumpton (Cleo), Millard Crumpton (Eloise), David Crumpton (Lynn), Mag Cochran, William Crumpton (Sue), and Shelby Pounds. Following graduation from Murphy High School she worked for the telephone company. She married John (Jack) S. Williams on October 13, 1955 and began to raise a family. She is predeceased by her husband, Jack, and her siblings. She is survived by their four children - Julie R. Williams Lessley (Daniel), John S. Williams (Suzan), Jacquelyn L. Williams Humphries (Ken), and Joy D. Williams Stiles (Hooper). She is also survived by a stepbrother, George Dezenberg (Theresa) of Huntsville, Al, seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Trudy was an active member for many years of Cypress Shores Baptist Church where she was head of the nursery then served as the Hostess committee chair and was on the committee to design the Fellowship Hall at the church. She was a member of the Ladies Sunday School Class. Trudy was also incredibly involved at Greystone Christian School and Mobile Christian school where her children attended through the years and where she served as room mother for each of her children. She was well known to the children of Greystone as head over the sippy shack. The family asks that in lieu of flowers donations be sent to Cypress Shores Baptist Church. Graveside services and interment are scheduled for Monday, April 12, 2021 at 10:00 AM in Mobile Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be offered at www.mobilefuneralservice.com.
A Christian Mother
God gives many gifts,
But far above any other,
The first and best He gives us
Is the gift of a Christian mother.
Her head bows over the scriptures
Teaching children from God's Word
Her hands are always busy
Doing service for her Lord.
Whenever her children need her
They know she's always there.
Her beauty's in the strength of faith
That she daily finds in prayer
Her children love and bless her,
And in their lives we see
The lessons of the Saviour
That were learned at mother's knee.
Ramon K. Cecil
Monday, April 12, 2021
Starts at 10:00am (Eastern time)
Mobile Memorial Gardens
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