Agnes Lee Williams, a homemaker and former Sunday school teacher, died Tuesday of complications from a stroke at Oak Crest Village in Parkville, where she had lived for the past eight years. The former Mount Washington resident was 91.
Born Agnes Lee Brooks in Baltimore and raised in Remington, she attended city public schools.
After raising her six children, she sold toys at the old Stewart's department store on York Road near Rodgers Forge, retiring about 30 years ago.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. July 10 at Mount Washington United Methodist Church, 5800 Cottonwood Ave., where she taught adult Sunday school and cared for children in its nursery.
Survivors include three sons, John Mitchell Williams of Ocala, Fla., Roger Paul Williams of Parkton and Daniel Brooks Williams of Lutherville; three daughters, Jill Ann Storey of Thurmont, Melissa Leslie Harrah of Bel Air and Michele Lee Summerville of Essex Junction, Vt.; 17 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. Her husband of nearly 40 years, Raymond Jackson Williams, a Koppers Co. security guard, died in 1972.