Ebony Shenice Williams, 31 of Atlanta, GA passed away on November 13, 2020
Ebony was born in Eustis on July 11, 1989. She attended Apopka High School and went on to receive an audio-engineering degree at Omni Technical. While Ebony did security work for five years, music was her main passion. Her audio-engineering degree was a stepping tool for her taking her artistic talents into the professional world of music. In addition to music, Ebony had a love for the beach and water. Whenever she had a bad day or simply needed some time to herself, you could find her by a lake or river. Most of all, Ebony had a love for people. Regardless of if you were young or old, stranger or friend - you could always count on Ebony if you needed help or even just a laugh to lift your spirits. Ebony’s love for people showed through all of her actions, most specifically through her dedication to helping others struggling with sobriety. With her Chasing Sobriety instagram account, Ebony aimed to touch those that were struggling and to remind them that “Its Okay Not to Be Okay.” From the comments on the Chasing Sobriety page to the stories those around Ebony have about her, it is clear that she left an impact on anyone that knew her (no matter how brief) and that she will truly be missed.
She leaves behind to cherish in her loving memory: her father, Eddie Williams, her mother, Shirl Holmes, her maternal grandparents, the “late” Leo Ewing and “late” Shirley Holmes, and her paternal grandparents, the “late” Eddie Booker Williams and Lena M Williams-Busby, her siblings, Deja Williams Horne, Terrace Mars and Imaree Williams, Along with nieces and nephews, and host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and loving friends.
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