Phyllis was born in Middleton Ohio on October 28, 1932. She went home to the Lord on January 23, 2013 after a brave, endless battle with multiple illnesses including Addison's Disease. Phyllis tirelessly devoted all of her adult life to her family; she was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Never too busy to lend a hand or an ear when needed, you could always count on Phyll to tell things the way they were, usually with a smile. She enjoyed pets, horticulture, antiquing and ice cream. Phyllis is preceded in death by her mother Dora; husband Walter, Brother Bob and son Mike. She is survived by her children; Steve (Sandy), Phillip (Janet), David (Melissa), Linda (Brad) and Susan. Grandchildren: Angie (Mark), Matt, Dirk (Natalie), Chris, Ben, Rachel, Nick A., Nick S., Jacob, Hannah, Luke, and Great Grandchild Dietrich. As well as an endless amount of relatives, friends, and acquaintances. She will be greatly missed and thought of always.
Phyllis will be laid to rest in her home state of Ohio at Rose Hill Cemetery with graveside services.
In memory of Pauline Baxter
Pauline Baxter, self diagnosed in the late 1980s, died
January 11, 2013 at the age of 73 from multiple complications from Addison's Disease. Through her 20+ years fighting this disease, we have found it difficult and challenging to find family practice doctors in small rural America that have the awareness and education to treat and manage this life threatening illness. Through constant research and doctors, she was able to finally find a specialist to manage her disease. Through your prayers and contributions, her story like many unknown can be told for awareness and any thoughtful contributions will allow the NADF to spread critical information to patients, family and friends like you.
Complications from the Addison’s Disease, along with other underlying conditions, took her from us on August 28, 2011, at the young age of 47 years.
THE CHRISTIE M WILLIAMS
RACE FOR AWARENESS
Thank you for your generous donations to the Christie M. Williams Race for Awareness. Together we raised over $8,000! See the race results here.
Jamie Williams' 2010 Wine and Chocolate Fundraiser in Honor and Memory of her Dear Sister Christie
With over 100 in attendance, which included such notaries as retired San Francisco 49er Wide Receiver Dwight Clark, and silent auction items such as a signed picture, CD and harmonica from Huey Lewis, a signed football from Dwight Clark, volleyball signed by Kerri Walsh (Olympics winner), a hockey stick signed by members of the 2009-2010 Sharks team, and a jersey signed by the 2008/2009 Sharks team, Jamie Williams’ Wine & Chocolate Fundraiser was a great success, raising an astounding $6,235.03 for NADF and adrenal patients!
Jamie hopes "to see everyone out there next year…whatever event I end up putting together. And thank you for celebrating Christie and helping her memory live on."
In memory of
Christie Marie Williams
Christie, at the age of 23, passed away on March 3, 2009 in her San Jose home. Her death was related to Addison’s Disease, which she was diagnosed with last June.
The family is asking, in lieu of flowers, that donations be made in her name to the National Adrenal Disease Foundation.Read the Euology.
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