A Portrait of Life
Miss Katrina Zsavon Williams, beloved daughter of Ms. Sarah Williams, was born September 29, 1991, at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital, in Portsmouth, Virginia. Katrina was educated through the Colleton County School District, graduating from Colleton County High School class of 2013. At early age, she began to exercise her faith and became of member of the Soul Saving Refuge Center of Walterboro, South Carolina; under the leadership of her grandmother, Pastor Eunice Williams. During her tenure, she developed a love and joy for worshipping the Lord. Having this passion and desire, she would often wake up daily singing, “Yes Lord, Yes” and “Can’t Nobody, Do Me Like Jesus.”
Katrina was never married, but she had a favorite doll, “Albert”; who was the “apple of her eye.” She lived her life to the fullest of her capacity and her family and friends were her life. On Saturday, September 3, 2022, Katrina traded her time on earth for eternity with her Heavenly Father. Preceding her in death are grandfather, Ellis Williams, Jr.; sister, Kimani Armstrong; aunts, Janice, and Rebecca Williams; and niece, Christyana Williams.
Left to reflect ad embrace her life are mother, Sarah Williams; grandmother, Pastor Eunice Williams; sister, Lakiesha (Michael) Frasier; brothers, Jamaal Levant and Christopher Williams: aunt, Odessa (John) Johnson; uncles, Marcellus (Pamela) Williams, Davy (Debra) Williams, Wallace Williams and Devon (Tanya) Williams; special caregiver who called her “Shady Mable”, Shawnesha Washington; lifelong friend, Cheryl Harden; nieces and nephews, Jeslisa, Kahlil, Keyana, Sincere, Joshua, Camryn, Corby, and Nirvana: along with a host of numerous other relatives and friends.
As service arrangements have been updated below, expressions of love and sympathy are welcomed as well as prayers of comfort, whispered on behalf of this bereaving family.