Paige Williams Death, Obituary – Paige Williams has sadly died unexpectedly, leaving loved ones and family and the entire community in grief and agony according to an online share. ”Paige On Wednesday, December 14, 2022, Denise Williams, who was 52 years old and a resident of Strasburg, Virginia, passed away peacefully at her home. At the time of her death, she was attended to by her loved ones on both sides.
Paige was born in the year 1970 in the city of Winchester, Virginia. Her parents are L. V. “Jack” Whitacre, who is her father, and Karen S. Massie, who passed away before she was born, who was her mother. She attended James Wood High School and was a member of Mt. Olive United Methodist Church during her high school years. She graduated from James Wood High School in 1988.
During the period that she was working for NREP, she held a bookkeeping position with the Frederick County Public Schools. Paige made the most of every moment of her life and made sure she didn’t waste any of the opportunities that came her way. Her nieces, nephews, and the children she taught all had a particular place in her heart, as did all of her other students.
She was the youngest person to ever win the Apple Harvest Apple Pie Baking Contest, she was an amateur photographer, and she had a profound affection for animals. She was the youngest person who had ever triumphed in the tournament when she did so, which was when she won it. Paige had a deep love for the ocean and looked forward with great excitement to the Annual Christmas Cookie Day that her family observed annually.
Her disposition was one of unflappable positivity, and the rose was her go-to selection when it came to floral arrangements. Once Paige had given you permission to enter her heart, you would remain there till the end of all eternity. She is survived by her father, daughter, Aubrie Renee Williams of Stephens City, Virginia, and Karl Williams, the father of Aubrie’s father; sisters, Beth Williamson (Shawn) of Martinsburg, WV, Jessie Massie of Winchester, VA, Kristin Orndorff (Aaron) of Blacksburg, VA, and Jackelyn Brannon (Gerald) of Stephens City; brothers, Joshua Massie of Winchester Pai A vast number of people who knew her, both personally and through extended family, will think warmly of her in the future.”