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Swayzie Williams

July 28, 2014 — June 2, 2021

Swayzie Michelle Williams, 6, passed away on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle. She was born on July 28, 2014 in New Albany to Amber Tarry Wade and B.J. Williams. Swayzie was adored by all who were around her and her contagious, sweet, and innocent smile could brighten any day. She never complained about anything and although she never spoke a word, she could effectively communicate with anyone. She never could keep her fingers out of her mouth but would long enough to get a accept a kiss. Swayzie was a princess in every way and loved to watch anything Disney. She loved her grandfather, loved to cuddle, spend time outside, and playing with her cousins. Swayzie was happiness and liked to spend time around other children. She was a recent graduate of the T.K. Martin Center at Mississippi State University where she had close friends, Emma, Willow, Alyssa, Hunter, and Ellie. Her impact on this world was unparalleled and only Heaven knows how much she loved and how much she was loved by others.

Funeral services will be at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at Woodland Baptist Church, 3033 Ridge Road in Columbus with Bro. Brad Wright and Bro. Kevin Jenkins will officiating. Burial will follow in Egger Cemetery. Tisdale-Lann Funeral Home of Aberdeen is honored to be assisting Swayzie’s family.

She is lovingly survived by her mother, Amber Wade (Jacob) of Caledonia; her grandfather, John Tarry of Steens; her father, B.J. Williams of Shannon; one brother, Brodi Lee Williams; one step-sister, Keller Wade; uncle, William Breen (Blair) of Caledonia; aunt, Courtney Coggins (Joey) of Caledonia; cousins, Summer Coggins, Mason Coggins, Ethan Coggins, Dylan Lester Coggins, Aidan Tarry, Colbie Breen, Blaize, Brynlee, and Toye; and grandparents, Sandy and Larry Reich and Barik Wililams of Hamilton, AL.

She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Sandra Traywick Breen, step-grandfather, Bill Breen; great great grandparents, Theresa and Lester and Bonnie Anderson.

Pallbearers will be John Tarry, Jacob Wade, Joey Coggins, William Breen, B.J. Williams, Aidan Tarry, Mason Coggins, Brody Williams, Dylan Coggins, and Ethan Coggins.

Visitation will be on Sunday from 2 until 4 p.m. at the church.

Memorials, in Swayzie’s memory, may be made to the T.K. Martin Center, P.O. Box 9736, Starkville, MS 39762.

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