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Henson & Kitchen Mortuary
Family Owned & Operated

Huntington - Barboursville, West Virginia 25705
Phone: (304) 736-8986
Fax: (304) 736-8987
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    Eudoris Dickey Williams 

Location : Huntington, West Virginia
High School : Huntington High
College : 
Profession : Secretary St. Mary's School of Nursing
Spouse : Mike
Children : 4

Eudoris Dickey McCulloh Williams, 84, aka “Mama Doris” and “Doe-Doe”, she was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend passed away Saturday, June 12, 2004 at St. Mary’s Medical Center following a long and courageous battle. She was born March 14, 1920 to the late Ernest and Emma Dickey of Huntington. She was a devoted and active member of Eastwood Baptist Church where she will be greatly missed by her many kind and loving friends. She retired from St. Mary’s School of Nursing in 1987 and was an active member of Barboursville Senior Citizens. She will forever be remembered as a beautiful woman both inside and out, a brilliant artist, a kind, wonderful, devoted mother and grandmother, and a loyal and caring friend. She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Meyer “Mike” L. Williams, two children and their spouses, Marylee Robyn and David Rooper, William D. and Carolyn Qualls, 2 step children and their spouses Rick and Marsha Wimbish and Danny and Linda Williams, four grandchildren, Barbara Anne Qualls, Curt William Qualls, Steven Ryan Lemaster, and Gary Todd Blankenship, 5 step grandchildren, Sherry Williams, Michael Williams, Stephen Wimbish, Jason Rooper, and Scott Rooper, five step great grandchildren, and many loving and cherished friends and family. The void she will leave in the lives of those who loved her can never be filled. She will be missed forever. Visitation will be held Monday, June 14, 2004 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Henson Mortuary. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 15, 2004 at Henson Mortuary with Pastor Hugh Summers officiating, burial will be immediately following services in Ridgelawn Memorial Park. She also leaves behind her most beloved “baby dog”, Joy, who is missing her. She loved Joy so dearly. Also, a special thanks to a dear friend Koral Midkiff for being there, her kindness is immeasurable. A very special thanks and gratitude to the staff of Dr. Kirti Jain’s office and the staff of St. Mary’s Medical Center for their kind and gentle care during her illness.