Fannie Lee Williams-Oliver, daughter of the late Ida Mae
Williams and George Davis incarnated on March 8, 1938 in
Baltimore, Maryland. Fannie departed this life on August
10,2019 after a lengthy illness.
Fannie received her education in the Baltimore City Public
After High School and later on in life Fannie met Alfred 1.
Oliver Sr., to whom she married and had ten children.
Fannie was a stay-at-home mom and a housewife. As the
children got older, Fannie entered the workforce. Fannie
worked at Abacus, Best Western, Broadway Services and
the Holiday Inn Timonium until she retired.
Fannie loved her music, her CDs, DVDs and her video home
movies. Fannie loved to dance, she would be the life of the
party, her sense of humor kept everyone laughing. "Miss
Fannie" as she was affectionately known, made numerous
friends wherever she went and she will sincerely be missed
by everyone that knew her.
Fannie leaves to cherish her memory: seven daughters,
Yolanda Spencer, Shirley Rubuyi, Nadine Oliver, Bernice
Oliver, Meredith Foster (Leonard Sr.), Sharon Oliver, Diane
Oliver and (Deanna Oliver preceded her in death); two sons,
Anthony and Nathaniel Oliver and (Alfred 1. Oliver Jr.
preceded her in death); one brother, Melvin Hawkins; one
niece and nephew, Yvonne and Hayward Hawkins; 14
grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and a host of other
relatives and friends.
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