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July 7, 1949 ~ November 7, 2022 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Gloria Ferguson daughter of the late Farrell and Wilhelmina Williams was born on July 7, 1949 in Colleton County.
Gloria was a faithful member of Rock of Ages CME, where she served on the Stewardess board until her health declined. Gloria was employed and retired with the Colleton County School District, where she touched the lives of many, and gained many lifelong friendships.
Gloria was a loving and compassionate Christian, mother, sister, grandmother, and friend. She enjoyed spending time with her family, sightseeing, going for long rides, fishing, trips to the beach, and shopping. Gloria was a lover of all things beautiful and had a great interest and love for antiques and flowers.
On Monday, November 7, 2022, at her home, a golden chariot accompanied with white stallions from the four corners of the earth carried the soul of Gloria, a good and faithful servant through the pearly gates into the waiting arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She was proceeded in death by three siblings, Willie Williams, Lennon Williams, and Annie Claire Glover, and one nephew Willie Jermaine Glover.
Gloria leaves to cherish her fond and loving memories, two loving daughters, Melissa Moultrie (Edward), and Amy Ferguson (Norman); one loving brother James Williams, all of Walterboro, SC. Six grandsons, Adrien Williams, Phillip Davis, Nicholas Davis, Andrew Davis, Zashaun Shider, and Darius Hosey. Two devoted and protective granddaughters Natalie Mouzon and Kimberly Davis; two aunts, Anna Liza Jones of Ridgeland, SC, and Cora Lee Singleton of Walterboro, SC; three uncles, Eddie (Doris) Johnson, Furman Johnson both of Walterboro, SC, and Caper (Sandra) Johnson of Summerville, SC; a loving a devoted cousin Deola Johnson of Walterboro, SC; a special niece Karen Glover; special nephews Mark Glover, and Kelvin Glover; special friends Cheryl Howard and Cleveland Wright; adopted son’s in love Phillip Davis, Larry Bodison, and Latron Mouzon, along with a host of other relatives, friends, and 15 great grandchildren whom she held near and dear to her heart.