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Naomi Renee Williams was born into this world on August 10, 1999 in Oak Park, IL to Vernon and Shelley Williams.
Naomi was raised in the Austin community of Chicago, IL . She was affectionately known as Munchkin. She attended St. Edmund Parish School, completing the 8th grade. From the ages of 7 to 12, she spent her summers at Union Park Day Camp. Under the direction of Park Supervisor Tony Fitzgerald, Naomi learned to swim, was introduced to scuba diving, sailing, canoeing, and a multitude of outdoor activities, She impressed her parents with the fact that she knew how to right a capsized canoe, an overturned kayak, and starting a campfire with sticks and rocks.
Naomi was much loved by her family and friends for her infectious laugh, quick wit, and sense of humor. She loved watching ‘Jeopardy’ with her granny and had a great love for anime. So much so that she had the goal to one day travel to Japan.
Naomi departed this life on March 2, 2021. She leaves to cherish her memory her parents, Vernon and Shelley, grandmother, Barbara Buckner, aunt, Calisa Williams, uncles, Kelvin Jones, Mackentral Williams, and Isaac Glover III, cousins (as close as siblings) Raphael Williams, Cherea McGill, Kiersten Hill, Derrick ‘Alex’ Wallace, Marriah and Jovan Paige, Shaniya and Samere Williams, and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends.
Funeral Services Entrusted To:
Ferguson Funeral Services
Rev. Chris Ferguson
5515 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60651
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Lisa Tee Tee
My heart still aches in unbelief, I talk about you and think about you every day Niya and I joke about things you would say. Just so hurtful without you, just still can’t believe, I, we love you sooo much and always will keep your spirit alive in our lives❤️💝❤️❤️
My dear niece Naomi its hard to believe it’s been a year come 4/2 /22
since your passing, I have mourned everyday since your passing, I still can’t believe it, I still want to ask where are you when I stop down to visit with Vernon and Shelley. It’s so devastating and my heart still breaks, you were my niece, my daughter, my girl and we shared so many great memories, how we would laugh and joke all the time, and ifanyone tried to say or do anything to me that was not right, you would Say “uh uh don’t come for my tee tee” I still remember your scent when I would kiss you on your forehead,, you still smelled like a baby,, because you still were a child at heart.There’s not a day that goes by that Niya and I don’t talk about you and laugh at how you would comment on the things we would say. We love you,, I love you and miss you, soooo, soo much. Love Tee Tee
Naomi, It’s been 5 months and I’m still trying to locate all of the pieces of my broken heart. I love and miss you terribly, yet I know you’re safe and with GOD. Thank you for keeping score on jeopardy and taking care of me when needed. But most of all thanks for your love.
I just found out about the passing of the little girl I used to see riding her bike up & down my block, who would see me & say HEY RACHÉAL! Never knew that conversation we had last year in front of my mom’s house would be our last. I will forever remember your beautiful sweet spirit. I’m in disbelief & my heart is aching for you Chelly.
God Be With You!
May GOD grant the family peace and comfort as they say farewell to their lovely daughter!!!
So sorry for your loss may god bless you and Vernon
You’ll always be in my prayers
Evelyn Ann Simpson
My beautiful niece, may God rest your soul. I can’t be there, but I am there in spirit. God will continue to have his arms around Vernon and Shelley and give them the strength to stay strong. Fly High Naomi.
Joseph L & Barbara I. Berry Collins
My the GOD of all comfort, strength you and family, during this difficult time.
You have our deepest sympathy. I will continue to pray for the entire family.
My deepest condolences, Family. I’ve not stopped praying for healing and comfort. God Bless you.