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Janet Williams, 68, of Hastings was born on Friday, October 20, 1950 in Orlando to the late Verdell Holmes and Thomas Willmon. She was raised in Hastings and graduated from Walter E. Harris High School. After graduation, she worked in the farming and agricultural community of Hastings. Later in life, she moved to Daytona Beach where she attended the Pentecost Church of God. In 1984 she moved to Melbourne where she pursued a degree in Accounting, Business, and Child Care at Indian River Community College. In the early 90’s, Janet relocated to Hastings to be close to her mother. She worked in St. John’s County for the school system. One of her greatest enjoyments in life was working with the children at The Loving Lamb’s Daycare Center. While living in Hastings, she dedicated her life once again to the Lord. Until the day that the Lord called her home, she was a faithful and active member of The Lord’s Temple City of Refuge.

She was preceded in death by her Sons, Graylaine Lamar Willmon, Izell Eugene Willmon; Sisters, Marion Deloris Denson, Obediah Session; Brother, Richard Smith; and Niece (raised as a sister) Cynthia Anne Miller.

Survivors with loving memories; Sons, Richard Willmon, Theodore Willmon; Daughter, Elizabeth (Angel) Stanley; Grandsons, Lamar Eugene Williams, Deonte’ Von Richardson; Sisters, Bernice Williams, Annie (Lawrence) Harris; Brothers, Theodore (Ethel) Smith, Robert(Elizabeth)Smith; Aunt, Elizabeth Banks, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and former classmates.

The Homegoing Celebration will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 12, 2019 at The Lord’s Temple City of Refuge, Bishop Thomas Cave III, Pastor and Eulogist.  The viewing will be 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at The Lord’s Temple and 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Coleman’s Mortuary Family Chapel.  The burial will be in Resthaven Cemetery, San Mateo. 


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  • Wednesday, January 2, 2019
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  • Wednesday, January 9, 2019
    Ma Dukes will forever and always be in my heart! The true meaning of a woman of God! I love her and her family so much! Prayers are with you! Fly high Angel, we love and miss you! To Beth I love you! Your mama is a wonderful woman!
    ~ Lucy Chartier   Hastings, FL
  • Wednesday, January 9, 2019
    Ma Dukes will forever and always be in my heart! The true meaning of a woman of God! I love her and her family so much! Prayers are with you! Fly high Angel, we love and miss you! To Beth I love you! Your mama is a wonderful woman!
    ~ Lucy Chartier   Hastings, FL