Priscilla Carter Williams, of Yazoo City, could be found in the crop fields and mud races in her early days. After losing her late husband, MD “Sonny” Carter Jr, in a racing accident in 1982, Prissy took on the grandmother duties in 1984 when the first grandchild was born. Prissy pursued every opportunity to follow the grandchildren in all their sports activities. Prissy was the best fan and rarely missed a game.
Prissy was an adventurous person who could always be found on the move. She loved hunting, fishing, and any hobby that involved the great outdoors. She also instilled the love for these items in every family member that was willing to learn. Prissy was even a hunting guide at one point in her hunting career. With a combined love for sports and outdoors, Prissy picked up the game of golf in her later years. These are the years that she talked about the most. Prissy made many lifelong friends while involving herself with the game of golf, and everyone should know how she cherished each moment.
Prissy and her survived husband, Carl “Stud” Williams, lived for sunshine and golf. Each surviving family member has a story as to how this wise mother, grandmother, and great grandmother taught valuable life lessons for the betterment of our futures. Priscilla Carter Williams loved hard and never let family slip and it go unnoticed.
Graveside services will be conducted in Glenwood Cemetery in Yazoo City on Wednesday, September 22 at 3:00 P.M. under the direction of Stricklin King Funeral Home.
Survived by husband, Carl Williams and “Hank the Dog” of Yazoo City; daughter, Renee Carter of Yazoo City; brother, PL Jr and Katie Dew of Eden; grandchildren, Michael and Neely Berry, Austin and Courtney Berry of Madison; great grandchildren, Huntley, Brantley, Bowen, and Brynnley Berry of Madison.