Liketa Williams Blocker was born in Blakely, GA on October 21, 1970 to Anna Jean Williams and the late Roosevelt “Coot” Booker Jr. She married the late Tracy Blocker Sr. on May 12, 1998. She transitioned home on August 25, 2021 while at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital.
She joined St. Maryland Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and remained a faithful member until her transition.
She graduated from Early County High School in 1988 and obtained a nursing degree from Wallace Community College in Dothan, AL. She began working in healthcare at age 15, and she was dedicated to serving her patients with dignity, respect, and compassion. It was not uncommon to hear of a patient requesting her assistance in their care. She was employed at Lifebrite Hospital of Early until her transition.
She was a special mother to four children. She served as their nurse, counselor, critic, and comforter. She adored her grandchildren and showered them with gifts at every chance. She left a lasting impression on everyone who came in contact with her. She will be remembered for her sense of humor, giant smile, caring heart, and words of wisdom.
She is predeceased by her husband, her father, her sister (Ashley Lindsey), and a host of aunts and uncles.
She leaves the following to cherish sweet memories: her mother, Anna Williams; four children, Tenica Williams, Uniqua Reddick (D’Greek), Tracy Blocker & Traylon Blocker; stepdaughter, Cindy Blocker; sister, Jacquelyn Williams; four brothers, Zachary Williams (Tabaitha), Keith Williams (Tomeka), Bryan Thornton (Nicole) & Chris Thornton; grandchildren, Logan Reddick, Asher Reddick, Summer Reddick, Sage Reddick, Tylen Blocker, Karson Blocker, Kaitlyn Snipes, Jillian Snipes & Julian Snipes; two special nephews, Laversay Taylor and Clarence Taylor III; a special niece, Destiny Williams; goddaughter, Addison Grant; three special friends, Lashonda Lyles, Nichole Freeman & Tonya Hicks; and a host of other relatives to include aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. She also leaves behind coworkers who became friends during her time of employment at Calhoun Memorial Hospital.
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