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Rebecca M. Patton

October 2, 1968 – February 13, 2020


Owens Funeral Services (chapel)

1808 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg Va 22401
Monday 4-8pm
February 24, 2020

Owens Funeral Services (chapel)
1808 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg Va 22401
Tuesday 11am
February 25, 2020

Rebecca Marie Williams quietly slipped into eternal rest on February 13, 2020 at Capital Care Adler Center in Aldie Virginia. Rebecca lovingly known as Becky, was born on October 2, 1968 To Ann Cox-Hadden and the late Reverend Johnnie D. Williams. She was born in Albany New York, but raised in Northern Virginia where she lived out her life. She graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and went into the field of business and finance.

Becky was an amazing wife, mother of 6, grandmother of 5, sister, aunt, God mother, prayer warrior, intercessor, worshipper, and friend.

Rebecca chose to give her life to the Lord at an early age and she loved the Lord and His people. She was a strong pillar in her community. She took in the helpless, homeless and motherless. She showed love to everyone she met and showed them what real family looked like. Everywhere she went people gravitated to her beautiful smile and bubbly personality. Prayer and Faith were her weapons of choice. Whether at work, walmart, a parking lot, or church she would be found encouraging, praying or helping somebody. She never let you leave her presence without saying I appreciate you. She was a giver and believed that blessings overtake those who trust in the Lord.

Rebecca was preceded in death by her Grandfather James Cox Senior, and her father Reverend Johnnie D. Williams. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband Thomas Patton, Her grandmother Nora Cox; mother Ann Cox-Hadden, God mother Denise Kirkley-Cain; 4 Daughters, Seaira Williams, Tanina Williams, Decoia Williams, Jasmine Williams; 2 sons, Pierre Williams, Jazmier Williams; 1 daughter in law, Jasmine Moore-Williams; 1 son in law, Micheal Smothers; God children Meosha and Sandar Rorie; 10 sisters, Angela Williams, Shalonda Williams, Evelyn Shields-Poole, Meme Rorie, Lydia Cannon, Tanya Williams, Lori Jones, Sharlene Cannon; 7 brothers, Bryant Williams, Saleemudiin Al Asad, George Williams, Sam Springsteen, Pierre Williams, Damien Williams, David Williams, Roman Parker, Terry Clayton; 5 grandchildren, Kymani Dodson-Williams, Kristian Moore-Williams, Seraph Smothers, Omari Williams, Skylar Williams; A host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends.

God saw her pain and suffering and did what He knew was best, He put His arm around her and whispered, “Come Home and Rest

"Over 26 Years of Proven Personal Experience Serving this Community."