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Dawn Williams Transition

Eleanor (Dawn) Williams,
co-founder of Unity Church of Blue Water, made her transition April 2, 2019.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 18th at 2:00 PM at First Congregational Church, 723 Court Street, Port Huron, Michigan.


Dawn Williams has filled our lives with her love, laughter, beautiful voice and enthusiasm for life and the teachings of Unity.  Her passing on April 2, 2019 leaves a void in our lives yet our hearts are filled with her blessings of joy, understanding and compassion and love.  She will be terribly missed.

Here is a beautiful way to honor the memory of Eleanor (Dawn) Williams and her husband Rob.  The Rose Garden at Unity Village has always been a place where life is celebrated. Let us pay tribute to Rob and Dawn with a personalized brick paver placed in the Rose Garden.  Our paver will be engraved with up to two lines. They range in price from $125 to $500. This paver will serve as a permanent part of sacred historic Unity Village and will be visible to thousands of visitors each year.

If you would like to donate money for a paver,
please make your check out to Unity of Blue Water and put "paver" in the memo line.

If you want to donate money to Unity of Blue Water in memory of Dawn,
please put in "In memory of Dawn" in the memo line of your check.

Deadline for donations for the pavers will be May 1,2019.



Mrs. Dawn Williams peacefully passed on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Port Huron surrounded by loving family and friends.

She was born on June 13, 1920 in Lonoke, Arkansas to the late John and Jessie Wright.

She married Robert J. Williams on November 8, 1972 in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Williams then moved to Port Huron and opened the Honeycomb Health Store in 1973. They operated the thriving business for almost 20 years, selling it in 1994. They were also cofounders and very active in Unity of Blue Water.

Dawn was a gifted pianist who played music by ear. She was active in developing fundraisers for the church such as the 10th Avenue Follies and working on the gardens around the church.

She is survived by one daughter, Deborah Zannoth of Fort Gratiot; four step-children, Cheryl L. Williams of Lapeer, Piper Devi of California, David L. Williams of Lapeer, Mr. and Mrs. James R. (Bronwyn) Williams of Fort Gratiot; nine step-grandchildren; many step-great grandchildren; and dear friend and caregiver Pamela N. Gray. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Williams and a daughter and gifted opera singer from New York, Sherry L. Zannoth.

Dawn will be greatly missed for her joy, sense of humor, love of flowers and gardening, as well as her great faith.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 18th at 2:00 PM at First Congregational Church, 723 Court Street, Port Huron, Michigan.

Those wishing to send an expression of sympathy may wish to send a contribution for a memorial brick paver stone in the Prayer Garden at Unity Village Headquarters in Missouri. Please send contributions to Unity of Blue Water, 431 17th Street, Port Huron, MI 48060. Arrangements were by Pollock-Randall Funeral Home.
To send condolences, visit https://pollockrandall.com/obituaries/13784.


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