Nona Yvonne Williams

September 14, 1938 - February 28, 2014

09/14/1938 - 02/28/2014

Nona Yvonne Williams

Chesapeake – Nona Yvonne Williams, 75 went home to be with the Lord on February 28, 2014. Mrs. Williams was born in Wilson, NC to the late Vernon and Martha Watson. She was a devout Christian who loved fellowshipping with others, reading her Bible and most of all caring for her family. Mrs. Williams was predeceased by siblings, Jack, Charlie and Margie Watson.

Left to cherish her memory are her loving husband, Larry A. Williams, Sr.; sons, Larry Williams, Jr. and wife Debbie of Sacramento, CA and Henry L. Williams and wife Scheryl of Moyock, NC; grandchildren, Stephen and Sarah Williams; and siblings, Junior and Rosie Watson.

The family will receive friends on Sunday at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 929 Battlefield Blvd, S, Chesapeake from 1:00pm until 2:30pm with a funeral service immediately following with Pastor John Stamatelatos officiating. Condolences may be expressed to the family at

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Henry L Williams
7 years ago

Dear Mom,

I want to say my heart will forever be broken. You have made such a positive influence in my life. I have been proud to have been her son. She always seen the positive and beautiful things in life. I could be having a bad day and she could forever make it brighter. She was a very devote Christian and that makes me feel so much better and she would pray for all of us and fully trusted that the his Lords will be done. I know I will see her again in the kingdom of heaven. When we ever had a 2 problem we would pray in whenever or more agree prayers would be answered. She will be miss.

Pastor John Stamatelatos
7 years ago

Fellowship Baptist Church is thankful to our Lord Jesus Christ for allowing us to share this time with the Williams Family, we know there is going to be day when we shall see our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ face to face in all His glory, and see the other saints that gone on to be with Him. We are praying for you, the Williams family. love in Jesus Christ, Pastor John Stamatelatos

Tom & Linda Hewitt
7 years ago

Henry and Scheryl Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Debbie Williams
7 years ago

I send my deepest sympathy and prayers to all of you. I thank God for her life. I will love and cherish her oldest son and granddaughter for all of eternity. They would not be the wonderful people they are without the influence and prayers of such a Godly woman. Our hope lies in her beloved Jesus Christ who will one day reunite us all.

Ray & Debbie
7 years ago

May God provide you enough strength to face these difficult times, although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer

Janet Baker
7 years ago

My prayers are with you and your family. May the Lord bless you and your family.

Scheryl Williams
7 years ago

To the most wonderful outstanding mother in law a person could have. I would have a problem or issue and I could call my second mother “Nona” and she would put me back on track through the Lord’s power. She had a gentle spirit and a kind and loving heart. Our son Stephen would call and she would keep him in her prayers. If it were not for her wonder prayer I don’t know where I would be. I cannot imagine life without such a wonder. Thank you Lord for allowing her to be a part of your life’s. Please keep us all held up in prayer. Nona you will be sorely missed. Your loving daughter-in-law and grandson. You are now among the Angels. Watch over us from above. I love you.

Stephen L Williams
7 years ago

Too the greatest grandma a young man could have. I love you so much. you will be sorely missed. I know you are looking down on me as i am typing this in haven. you have guided me with faith and many life lessons. Always telling me to keep true to God, and family. You never asked for more than a hardy slice of cake. I am thankful for the time i spent with you here, and look forward to seeing you again, in heaven one day. Some of the best times I’ve ever had were at Ur home. i learned so much from you and i’m thankfully you got to see me get married. And watch me grow from the little boy to the man i am today. For that i thank you for your kind words and wisdom along the way. Sincerely your grandson Stephen Lee Williams.

Sarah Williams
7 years ago

You will always be in my memories. My prayers are with you.