Annette Williams, 45, homemaker, NSA clerk


Annette Williams, a homemaker and former National Security Agency clerk, died of kidney failure Jan. 22 at Catonsville Commons Nursing Home. The Cherry Hill resident was 45.

Born in Baltimore and raised on West Lexington Street, she graduated from Southwestern High School in 1977. She worked briefly as a clerk at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade in the 1970s.

Family members said she enjoyed attending family gatherings and listening to 1970s pop songs.

"She couldn't sing, but she loved to sing," said her sister, Denise Ware of Catonsville.

Services were held Thursday.

In addition to her sister, survivors, all living in Baltimore, include two sons, Delroy Peters and James Terry; a daughter, Jaetia Duncan; her parents, Evelyn and Richard Williams; a brother, Anthony Williams; two sisters, Angela Faulkner and Deborah Strand; and three grandchildren.

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