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Caldonia "Callie" (Williams) Kelly
March 22, 1926 ~ February 9, 2021 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Caldonia Williams (affectionately known as Callie) was born March 22, 1926 to the late James & Susie Anthony Williams. She attended the rural schools of Baker County, Georgia.
Caldonia was a member of Notchaway C.M.E. Church for many years and later became a member of Donalsonville Holiness Deliverance Church (Overseer Diann Kelley, Pastor) which is under the umbrella of Evangelical Faith Vision Ministries, Inc. (Sr. Pastor Apostle Felix & First Lady Andrea Revills) where she served faithfully until death.
She was united in holy matrimony to the late O.C. Kelly, and to this union 11 children were born.
Caldonia was a very loving and compassionate woman. She loved people and would take you anywhere you wanted to go as long as it was not farther than Colquitt! She left a lasting effect on everyone she met. However, if you were looking for someone to "sugar coat" the truth when asked, then you had the wrong one, because she told it just like it was! This too was done in such a way that all you could do was say OK and just love her for it! She will surely be missed.
We thank God for sharing this ‘Beautiful-Classy Lady’ with us for as long as He did, and for that we are forever grateful.
Caldonia departed this life on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Susie Anthony Williams; her husband, O.C. Kelly; one daughter, Susie Mae Carter; father and mother-in-law, Ulysee & Alberta Kelly; one son-in-law, Joseph Williams; one daughter-in-law, Evelyn Kelly; one sister, Elvonia Brown; six brothers, Mike Williams, George Williams, Isaiah Williams, Robert Williams, L.C. Williams and Nathaniel Williams; one brother-in-law, Saul Brown; four sisters-in-law, Lucille Williams, Greenie Mae Williams, Leola Williams, Ethel Lee Williams; five brothers-in-law of spouse: Mangle L. Kelly, Henry B. Kelly, Jamie Freeman, Albert Freeman and Willie White; four sisters-in-law of spouse, Grace Kelly, Pressie Lee Jackson, Pearline Freeman, and Sylvia Mackey.
She leaves to cherish her memories and carry on her Legacy, five daughters, Arabia Williams of Newton, GA; Eldoria (Joe) Riggins of Fort Lauderdale, FL; Lynda (Jerome) Porter of Deland, FL; Eddie Mae Kelly and Vevelon (Steven) Crankfield both of Colquitt, GA; five sons, Wilmon (Geneva) Kelly and Jimmy (Shanda) Kelly both of Colquitt, GA; Walter Kelly of Deland, FL; Otis (Jennifer) Kelly of Douglasville, GA; Eugene (Diann) Kelley of Iron City, GA; one son-in-law, Freddie Carter of Newton, GA; three sisters-in-law, Cordelia Williams, Ossie Mae Williams and Anna Williams; six sisters-in-law of Spouse, Maggie Freeman, Ella Hawkins, Emma Kelly, Betty White, and Edrena Kelly all of Newton, GA, and Irene (Willie) West of Key Largo, FL; 41 grandchildren; 47 great grandchildren; three great- great grandchildren; A special friend, Charlie Mae Johnson and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.