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Carolyn Jackson Williams-PinckneyMarch 14, 1955 ~ June 16, 2017 (age 62)
Mrs. Carolyn Jackson Williams-Pinckney was born March 14, 1955 in Columbia, South Carolina. She was the daughter of the late Arthur and Mary Ellen Jackson. She departed her life on June 16, 2017 at Providence Hospital in Columbia.
Mrs. Williams-Pinckney, affectionately known as Pig, attended A.C. Flora High School and later graduated from the Medical Training Center with a Nursing Assistant certificate.
In addition to working at Granby Mills for over 10 years, she enjoyed helping others by serving as a private duty nurse.
Mrs. Williams-Pinckney was a faithful member of New William Street Baptist Church for over 30 years, where she served as President of the Usher Board. Following her mother’s lead, she became a dedicated member of Saint John Baptist Church. At Saint John, she was a member of the Bailey/Green/Hingleton/Brown Family Ministry Unit.
Mrs. Williams-Pinckney loved her boys and took an active role in their lives. She loved to support them and the Valley Park Recreational Little League Baseball Program. She not only loved her family but also loved providing a family environment for other children as well. She was a devoted foster parent for over 12 years.
Mrs. Williams-Pinckney was predeceased by her parents, Arthur and Mary Ellen Jackson; her husband, Joe Pinckney; and her brother, Sam Arthur Jackson.
Mrs. Williams-Pinckney leaves to cherish her memory a loving companion, Charles Craft; three sons: Arthur (Tamiko) of Columbia, South Carolina, Redonzo (Xiomara) of Killeen, Texas and Gervonia (Gillian) of Charlotte, North Carolina; five sisters; Rosanne J. Leysath, Mary F. Bailey, Irene (Booker T.) McFadden, Yvette L. Taylor, Lorine B. Jackson, all of Columbia, South Carolina; 14 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins, who loved her as much as she loved them.