January 22, 1945 ~ November 12, 2019

Born in: Douglas, GA
Resided in: Denver, CO

Delores Rich Williams was born on January 22, 1945 In Douglas Georgia To Maye B Harrell and Joseph Killings. She was the one and only child from this union. She’s been spoiled with love ever since! As a young girl Delores moved to Savanah Georgia and stayed with an aunt for a couple years. Her Mother vowed she would send for her as she loved her daughter dearly. And soon she sent for her and moved to Amarillo Texas. While growing up in Amarillo, Texas; Delores, loved being with her aunts and uncles and spending time with her cousins. Delores went too Carver High School where she was a cheerleader and made many friends. It was during her high school years that the nickname “ D Baby “ was birthed. Friends like Alma Swain, Legale, and Anthony Andrews say “we started calling her “D Baby” because she was so sweet to everyone. Delores was like innocent and lovable like a baby. So we started calling her “D Baby.”
Delores went on to Bishop State College University where she would get her associates degree in Business and Data Processing. In high school she met Robert C. Boston her first love (High School Sweetheart) and would later mary and have her one and only son Robert Boston III affectionately called “Trey.” Delores loved Trey like Jesus loved Lazarus! Trey could naturally do no wrong. Later on Delores would part with Robert C. Boston and would move to Denver, Co. It was in Denver that she met and fell in love with Leo Rich Her Mother Later moved to Denver Colorado where she would later join her. After she moved to Denver she fell in love with Leo Rich. They soon became married and to this union begot her one and only Daughter; Brigeda E. Rich. Delores raised her daughter as she had been raised; with nothing but the best. ANyone who was around knows Brigeda and Delores were always well dressed. Sharper than any tac and that’s a fact! Delores loved her children! She loved her family unconditionally and would do anything in her power to make sure her family was safe.

Delores also loved money. She beieved in working hard for what you want. In Denver she worked Safeway as a Data Processor for many years. She also worked for Lockehead Martin Department of Defense for a brief time. Delores Owned and operated Another Chance Bail Bonding in 1988. Under her mentor Grandville Lee; paving the way for many business owners in bail bonding.
Delores loved the Lord! She gave her life to Christ at an early age of 8 years old! While residing in Denver, Delores joined Antioch Church of God in Christ. Where she served faithfully and dilligently for over 25 years unnder the leadership of Bishop Frank E Johnson. Delores had a calling to work in the Nurses Unit. And was found to be a jewel!
Delores was a special woman. Truly one of a kind. A woman of high morals, standards and values. She was a mother, a sister, a grandmother, a confidant, and a friend! To know her truly was to love her. Delores was a very giving and caring woman and she exemplified that by how she carried herself and what she involved herself with. Delores was such a jewel not only to us but in the eyes of the Lord. SO much so in the eyes of the lord that he took his jewel back to place it in his crown!

Delores went home to be with god on November 12, 2019. Proceeding Delores is death : Mother Maye H Dixon, Step Father R.C Dixon, Father Joseph Killing, Grandson Denzel R.C. Quantrey Floyd (Grandson)’
She to leaves to cherish her memory: Robert (Lucetter) Boston III of Aurora Colorado, Brigeda E Rich of Thornton Colorado Sister Lillie Stokes Aurora: Grandchildren: Malia Boston, Brejanae T. Floyd, Quarron D. Floyd, Brittnei T. Floyd

Services

Visitation: December 2, 2019 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Antioch Church of God In Christ
6825 East 26th Avenue
Denver, CO 80205

(303) 377-3275

Celebration of Life: December 2, 2019 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Antioch Church of God In Christ
6825 East 26th Avenue
Denver, CO 80205

(303) 377-3275

Interment: December 2, 2019 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

St. Simeon Cemetery
22001 Colorado #30
Aurora, CO 80018


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  1. Granny I’m goin to miss u so much our long night conversations u leaving me voicemail saying this is your granny call me back 😩😩😩 Rip my Queen now your resting with grandmother 💋❤️

  2. Granny I’m goin to miss u so much our long night conversations too u calling me leaving me a voice mail saying this is your granny call me😂😩 I’m goin to miss u! Now u and grandmother can meet again well done my queen u lived a great life and now your resting in Paradise 👑

  3. Auntie I can’t believe this I will miss all the wonderful times we had you are one of my guardian angels I love you so much you an gammy save a spot up there for me 🤞🏾❤️😭

  4. I love you granny . Awnn my heart is hurtin . My bestfriend , my joy , my happiness , my hero . Until we meet again , I’ll try my best to make you proud .

  5. Mom, I just talked too you not long ago and you told me you loved me and I told you I love you. I was not ready for you to go as I am in shock and deep pain. However, God said something different (Ecclesiastes 1). You was all Brigeda and I had. I love you so much!

    As a man I will pick my head up, move forward, and make the kind of moves you and Mama taught me. I am just not ready to do that today. I have to accept and get through this first. I will do my best to make you proud. John 3:16

    Love Your Son, “Trey”

  6. Ganny Baby ,
    I miss you sooooo much Already , and I love you… Don’t be sad you will see me again one day and ima get on your last nerve 😂 . I love you babes. Fly high D-Baby ❤️

  7. Mother, I will miss the fun times we had. You taught me a lot in life and I was able to grow as a woman. Thanks for blessing me with a good husband. Words can’t express how I feel. RIP Mother I love and will miss you!

  8. Delores I miss you so much I prayed so hard you’d be alright. We been through a lot the last few years, your mom, my mom. I’ll always cherish the 40 plus years of our friendship. Rip my friend until we meet again.

  9. Delores, I will remember the good times we shared back in the day. I thank God that I was able to visit you in the nursing home. To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. Brigeda and Trey may the Lord send comfort to you.

  10. Delores, I will always remember the good times we had together back in the day. I thank God that I was able to visit you in the nursing home. To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. Brigeda and Trey may the Holy Spirit comfort you and be with you.

  11. DeBaby we go back a long way as classmates. I will always remember the times when we would hang out at your house when James Brown came to town for a concert and your mother knew him personally. We thought we had it going on. I’ll miss talk to you on the phone. Rest in heavenly peace my friend until we meet again! ❤

  12. Delores, I will remember the good times we shared back in the day. I thank God that I was able to visit you a Rose Medical Center. To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. Brigeda and Trey and the all family send prayers and condolences Love y’all
    Bertha Jones

  13. Delores, I will remember the good times we shared back in the day. I thank God that I was able to visit you a Rose Medical Center. To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. Brigeda and Trey and the all family send prayers and condolences Love y’all

  14. Delores, I will remember the good times we shared back in the day. I thank God that I was able to visit you at Rose Medical Center. To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. Brigeda, Trey & Quarron to you and the family may the Lord send comfort to you.

  15. Delores you will definitely be missed I have known you for over 50 years your mom and my granny we’re best friends Willie Mae stalks gone but never forgotten I love you

  16. Dolores I have known you for 50 years we’ve had so much fun over the years your mom and my granny we’re best friends Willie Mae stalks gone but never forgotten I love you

  17. Thank you for being a great friend for many years..I have many memories from our times at Antioch. I remember the many times my tribe beat your tribe during anniversary time… all in love though. Rest in heaven my friend.

  18. D, thank you for being a great friend for many years. I remember our times at Antioch together. All the times MY tribe beat YOUR tribe during anniversary times. All in love. So many good times. You will be missed.

  19. Our hearts are filled with sorry to hear the passing of our beloved cousin Delores. We know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.
    The Harrell Family – Douglas, Ga

  20. Rich Family,
    I am so sad to hear of Delores’ passing. I will miss her although we didn’t see each other all of time. She and my mom, Ida Middleton, was her close friend and classmate. Love you Trey and Brigeda. May the Lord strengthen you all. Bridget Middleton and The Middleton Family.

  21. Rich Family,
    I am so sad to hear of Delores’ passing. I will miss her although we didn’t see each other all of time. She and my mom, Ida Middleton, were close frirnds and classmates.

    Love you Trey and Brigeda. May the Lord strengthen you all.

    Bridget Middleton and The Middleton Family.

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