Amanda E. “Mandy” Williams

November 17, 1945 ‒ August 15, 2009

Centerburg, Ohio

Amanda E. “Mandy” (Longworth) Williams of Centerburg spent her life caring for others. She “believed” in God, family, and friends, she passed away Saturday morning, August 15, 2009 at the age of 63. .

She was born on November 17, 1945 in Columbus to the late Pitman and Ruth (Minteer) Hunter. A lifelong resident of Columbus and the Sunbury area, she worked in the billing department for Safelite Auto Glass.

Survived by her best friend and loving husband: Richard “Rich” Williams, who termed their relationship as a team of horses, pulling together to stay together through thick and thin. Also survived by daughters: Ella Louise (Jim) Corrado of Wilmington, DE, Edna Jane (Chris) Stetzar of Magnolia, DE, Dana Marie (Chuck) Warrix of Richwood. Amanda enjoyed her 7 Grandchildren: Trey, Amanda, Danielle, Angelina, Natalie, Alicia, and Samantha, and her Great-granddaughter: Madison Taylor, Brothers: Butch (Susan) Hunter of Groveport, William (Cheryl) Hunter of Gahanna, Sisters: Helen Jordan of Columbus, Ethel Donley (Billy Marshall) of Groveport, nieces, nephews, cousins, her loving and caring friends of Sunbury United Methodist Church and friends and co-workers of Safelite Auto Glass, her “Believe” team.

A member of the Sunbury United Methodist Church and the Rebecca Rose group, she was also a member of the Whitehall Women of the Moose #865 and the Linden Eagles #2252.

Beautiful as her favorite flower, the rose, she loved to garden and will be remembered for her lovable personality. Always easy going, she volunteered in many capacities. She enjoyed the Hocking Hills, camping, and traveling, especially to the Flamingo in Las Vegas.

Friends may call one hour prior to the Saturday 11:00 a.m. memorial services at Sunbury United Methodist Church with Rev. Brian Smith officiating, eulogy given by Karen Hansen. Arrangements entrusted to DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home in Sunbury.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to her church or Heartland Hospice.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com