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Ms. Sharon D. Horton, 45, of Tampa, FL, was called home by her Heavenly Father on February 17, 2021.
Funeral service will be Satur- day, February 27th at 1 p. m. at Or- ange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Ave., Tampa. FL 33610, with Elder Alvin Wingfield offici- ating.
Sharon was born on March 3, 1975 in Fort Pierce, FL.
She was preceded in death by her loving son, Devonte Horton and her darling mother, Millie Lee Horton-Robinson.
She was a mother to six chil- dren, Devonte Horton, Attaliah Sanders, Thomas Tillman, Tome- sha Tillman, Terrance Tillman and Milriah Tillman. She was a sister to Trudi, Joyce, Melvin, and Swantasha.
Sharon had an abundance of nieces and nephews (16). Her family and friends are left to cherish her memories in Tampa and Fort Pierce.
The remains will repose on Friday from 4-7 p. m. at Agape Ministries COGIC, 5112 N. 34th St., Tampa, FL. CDC rules will be in effect.
Nathan Woody, LFD, Woody’s Funeral Home.
Mrs. Corlis M. Campbell, of Clearwater, FL, suddenly left this world on February 16, 2021, at the age of 62.
She is survived by her lov- ing husband, Chris Campbell; and their four sons, Christo- pher Pollock, Steven Campbell, Jonathan Campbell and Logan Campbell.
Corlis retired February 28, 2019 as the Circuit Administra- tor in Tampa for Florida De- partment of Corrections, where she worked for 39 years.
Her services will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2019 at 11 a. m., at Heritage United Methodist Church, 2680 Land- mark Dr., Clearwater, FL 33761.
For the safety of the family and others COVID-19 guide- lines will be followed.
Funeral service for Mr. John Skipper who passed away on February 17, 2021, will be held on Saturday February 27, 2021, at 12:00 noon at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, Florida with Rev. Kirk Bogen, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memo- rial Park Cemetery.
John Skipper, affectionately known as “Lil’ John,” was born on August 21, 2004, in Jack- sonville, Florida, to the parent- age of Dwan “Candy” Thomas and Kalin McKnight.
“Lil’ John” attended Free- dom High School. He enjoyed football, video games, and loved Black Panther. He also loved watching YouTube, road trips, and most of all cracking jokes.
Being a typical teenager he loved trying different foods and hanging out with his cousins and family. He was an early riser, and most of all he was all about fashion, ready to put on new clothes as soon as they were pur- chased. Again he really LOVED his family.
Lil’ John was preceded in death by: his great grandfathers, Deacon Clifford Harris, Jr., and Joseph McCardy.
Lil’ John leaves to cherish his precious memories with: a very devoted mother, Dwan “Candy” Thomas, of Tampa, FL; father, Kalin McKnight, of Jacksonville; siblings, Tearaney Thomas and Kody Raggins of Tampa, FL; grandparents, Jacquelyn Mc- Cardy and Jeffery Thomas, Sr., of Tampa, FL; Janice McKnight and Hank McKnight of Jack- sonville, FL; great grandparents, Dorothy Harris and Linda Mc- Cardy, both of Tampa, FL; un- cles, Desmond Thomas, Jeffery Thomas, Jr., Torrey Thomas; great aunts, Rosita Brooks, Vera Miller, Cathy Livingston, Cyn- thia McCardy and Cassandra McCardy of Tampa, FL; great uncle, Joe McCardy; special de- voted aunties, Gemeka Griffin, Deborah Yandila, and a host of cousins and friends, too many to mention.
There will be a viewing on Friday February 26, 2021 at Wil- son Funeral Home from 3:00 – 8:00 p.m. Due to the current CDC restrictions, we are asking that you use the visitation as an opportunity to pay your final re- spect. For your convenience and safety, we have extended our vis- itation hours.
“A Wilson Service”
Mrs. Ursel L. (Shack) Tous- saint, a Tampa native, was called home on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. The family will have a Memorial Service in her honor at a later date.
Mrs. Ursel Toussaint was born in Tampa, Florida on May 6, 1956, to the parentage of Urelee Shack and Anniebelle Austin. Ms. Toussaint graduated from Hillsborough High School and was a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ.
She later relocated to Boston, Massachusetts, where she met and married her husband who preceded her in death.
She lived and worked in Boston for many years before re- turning to Tampa.
After returning to Tampa, Mrs. Toussaint worked for Hillsbor- ough County for many years until her retirement.
Mrs. Toussaint leaves to treas- ure her precious memories with: her 2 sons, Austin Toussaint and Alan Toussaint; 4 sisters; 2 brothers; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and a host of other relatives and friends.
“A Wilson Service”
A graveside service will be held for Mrs. Diane B. Williams on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:00 noon at Rest Haven Me- morial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, Florida with Rev. Alec Hall, Officiating. The service will be live streamed on the Wilson Funeral Home webpage, www.wilson-funeral- (click on Facebook.).
Mrs. Diane B. Williams, age 70, was called home by her Heav- enly Father from labor to reward on Monday, February 22, 2021, while in Heartland Health Care Center, North Sarasota, Florida with the love and support of her family.
Mrs. Diane B. Williams was born on October 24, 1950, in New York, NY, to the parentage of Lenworth Gunther, Jr., (father) and Enid Elaine Dyer (mother).
In the mid 80s Diane B. Williams married Roland Williams in New York, joining her and her two loving sons to- gether in unity.
In her early years she ac- cepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and later served as Dea- coness at New St. Matthew Mis- sionary Baptist Church.
In 1995, Mrs. Williams was awarded Investigator of the Year from the United Council on Wel- fare Fraud. Her commitment to social services and the commu- nity spanned decades.
She enjoyed collecting angels and spending time with her fam-
Diane B. Williams was a
praying angel whose strength protected her family.
Diane B. Williams was pre- ceded in death by: her loving husband, Roland Williams and both parents, Lenworth Gun- ther, Jr., and Enid Elaine Dyer.
Our beloved Diane B. Williams will be remembered by her lovely family two sons, An- thony G. Williams, Sr., (fiancé, De Shana), and Michael A. Williams (wife, Vandrese) all of Tampa, FL; three loving grand- sons, Anthony G. Williams, Jr., Christian Williams and Cameron Williams; loving brother, Lenworth Gunther, III, other rel- atives and friends who all held special places in her heart.
There will be a viewing on Friday February 26, 2021, from 3:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Wilson Fu- neral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, Florida. Due to the cur- rent CDC restrictions, we are asking that you use the visitation as an opportunity to pay your final respect. For your conven- ience and safety, we have ex- tended our visitation hours.
“A Wilson Service”
                 IN LOVING MEMORY
8-10-1945 — 2-26-2020
Dearly missed by loving companion, Belevan Council; sister, Dorthy McDowell, and Ray; brother, Albert Williams; nephew, Troy McDowell and Diane; and family and very close friends.

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