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Toshua M. Williams
March 29, 1970 ~ January 21, 2024 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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Toshua Williams graced this world with her presence on March 29, 1970, in South Bend, IN as the only child to Linda “Boochie” Sanders and Willie C. Williams. On January 21, 2024, God sent his angels to escort his beloved child home leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and cherished memories.
Toshua valued education and was a proud graduate of St. Joseph High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology from Purdue University in 1992 and later went on to receive her Master of Business Administration from Indiana University South Bend in 2004. As an adult Toshua was always looking for ways to give back to her community. She was a proud member of Greater St. John Missionary Baptist Church where she was a choir member and read the announcements during service. She was on the board for the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition as well as the treasurer for Pop Warner Little Scholars Incorporated. Toshua was initiated into the South Bend Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated on April 26, 2014, where she currently served as the Chair of the Emergency Response Team, Chair of the Technology Committee and was also a member of the Midwest Regional Technology team. In her spare time, she enjoyed traveling and was known for coordinating trips to the Cincinnati Jazz Festival for the last few years.
Throughout her 53 years, Toshua’s spirit illuminated the lives of those fortunate enough to know her as she had the unique ability to bring joy into every room she entered. Toshua was the organizer, planner, and handler of business with her close family and friends.
Toshua better known as Bibi to her grandbabies will leave many to cherish her memories including her mother Linda “Boochie” Sanders, step mother Roselyn Williams, her children in love Shannon Razor and Sade Madison; grandchildren Jay Razor, Keighan Curtis, Kaari Curtis, Jayla Grant, and Zuri Ragland; her sister Shamaine “Mai Mai” Chittum and brother Omar Williams; great uncle Alton Sanders; bonus grandparents James and Charlotte Bridges; Uncles Andrew (Gloria) Sanders, Donald (Gloria) Sanders, Dewayne (Burger) Sanders, Tommy Willliams; Special Aunt Betty (Andre) Bridges, Aunts Linda Sanders of Wichita, KS, Margaret (Ben) Miles, Maggie Jean Kerr and Family, Vanessa Hill; godmother Elois (Peaches) White; godbrothers Christian Dante White, De’Antre Hill; special friend Paul Ndegwa; godchildren Jalen Lee, Ashleigh James, Marvin James, Amaani Lee, and Jayce Lee along with numerous nieces, nephews, dear cousins and cherished friends.
Toshua now has the joy of being reunited with her father Willie C. Williams, her adored great-aunt Leola Sanders, maternal grandparents O.W. and Elizabeth Sanders, paternal grandmother Rosie Love Williams and paternal grandfather, her uncle James “Buck” Sanders, aunts Sandra Sanders and Ola Lee Sanders, grandson Karson Curtis and her beloved fur baby Maverick.
As we bid farewell to our beloved Toshua, let us carry forward the lessons she imparted… love unconditionally, laugh wholeheartedly, and cherish the beauty in every fleeting moment. In her memory, may we find solace and inspiration to live our lives with the same zest and kindness that defined her existence.
Toshua Williams, though physically gone, remains eternally alive in the hearts and memories of those who were touched by her extraordinary spirit. May she find eternal peace and may her legacy continue to brighten our paths in the years to come.