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Mrs. Regina Forbes-Williams, age 58, of Hampton, passed away June 30, 2018.
Mrs. Forbes-Williams was born on February 18, 1960 in Atlanta. She spent her career working with children, whom she loved and cared for, as a para professional at Fayette County Schools and Lake Dow Children’s Academy. She also loved animals, particularly her 3 dogs. Mrs. Forbes-Williams was optimistic and determined. She was so loved by her family who will miss her dearly.
Mrs. Forbes-Williams was preceded in death by her father: Clifford Frank Clow; brother: Ronald “Ronnie” Sears; first husband: Robert Lee Forbes. She is survived by her loving husband: Max Williams of Hampton; mother: Mary Grace Clow; son: Nick Forbes of Hampton; 3 loyal canines: Louie, Zannibel “Zanni” and Piglet.
Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com. The Forbes-Williams family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Highway 54 West, Fayetteville.
Donna Borders says
I worked with Gina at East Fayette Elementary School, and I remember fondly her love and concern for our children as well as that of her own child, Nick. Please know that I am so saddened to learn of her passing–too soon gone from us. Please also know that I send my love, thoughts, and prayers to her entire family.
Cheryl Schwertfeger says
I am saddened to hear of Gina’s passing. My son, Steven, had her as a para pro in kindergarten & I worked with her after that at East Fayette. Her love for children was obvious. Sending sympathy & prayers to her family.
Kathy Whetstone says
I am saddened to hear about Gina. My daughter, Kaylan, was in her class in kindergarten and first grade. I worked with her at East Fayette as well. She is loved and will be missed.
Faith Hardnett says
My condolences to Gina’s family, especially Nick. I am SOOO very saddened to hear this about my sweet, precious Gina. She was indeed, one of the most caring & kind hearted paraprofessional educators whom I have ever encountered throughout my career.
Freddie sears says
We also will miss Gina very much even though we were not mentioned as her brothers Randy, Freddie and her real father Fred Sears SR we all loved her very much wish the best for max Williams
Rosemary Hartung says
I am so sad to hear this news – I worked with Gina and Nick was one of my students- my thoughts and prayers are with the family and, Nick, know that I am sending you love and hugs
Rosemary Hartung, Fayette County Schools
Lynn Gunter says
I was so sad to find out today of Gina’s passing.
I had the opportunity to work with Gina at East Fayette Elementary and I saw firsthand her love and compassion working with our students. She invested her life in the lives of many students and greatly impacted their lives. May our amazing God comfort and strengthen her son and all of the family in the days ahead.
Sherry sears says
So saddened by the loss of my sister in law Gina Sears Forbes Williams. I loved you like a real sister and it breaks my heart that you are gone but your suffering has ended. All my best to Max in this time of sorrow.
Kameshia Cofield says
My deepest sympathy
Carol A says
I did not know Gina however I work with her son Nick ..I know she must have been a special lady to have raised such a kind and compassionate son.
My heartfelt condolences to the family
Jaycie charette says
I knew Gina, she was my daycare teacher and she made a special relationship with every student! She thought me so many things about life and I really appreciate now that I’m older! I just found out about her death and her family I will keep in my prayers! I love you Ms. Gina and will always!!