Rebekah Jeanne Williams (Steiner-Jones)
November 13th, 1944 - February 6th, 2022
Rebekah Jeanne Williams (Steiner-Jones) - 77 years of Petersburg, MI - died in her residence on Sunday, February 6th, 2022. Cremation has occurred. The family is planning a celebration of life service at a future date.
Rebekah was born on November 13th, 1944. She was the daughter of James and Margaret (Ault) Steiner. Rebekah was a 1962 Ida High School Graduate. She worked for Hydromatic Powertrain in Toledo, Ohio for 38 years, retiring in 2009. Rebekah was a member of Whiteford Wesleyan Church in Ottawa Lake Michigan, where she was part of letter writing and card ministry, and volunteered in the church office. In addition, she was a caregiver for the elderly.
Survivors include - children: Charles Jones Jr. and Rosemary Jones, siblings: Dwight (Donna) Steiner, Harold (Michelle) Steiner, Rachel Steiner, and Deborah (Danny) Coots, grandchildren: Bruce (Micaela) Dixon, Melissa Dixon, Robert (Sarah Zam) Dixon, Jamie (Raymond) Crews, Jessica (Alex) Ledesma, Tonia Fulton, Charles (Carrie) Jones III, Brandilynn Jones, and great-grandchildren: Mateo Dixon, Camello Dean, Harmony Miller, Nathaniel Crews, Eloise Crews, Violet Ledesma, Matthew Ledesma, Gradi Hudson-Avila, Mikah Hudson-Avila, Eden Hudson-Avila, Lillian Jones, Annalynn Bauman, and J Bauman Jr.
Rebekah was preceded in death by her parents: James and Margaret (Ault) Steiner, husband: Charles Jones Sr., daughter: Suzanne Dixon, sister: Margaret Cummings, and great-grandchildren: Alix Ledesma and Matti Ledesma.
Memorial contributions can be made to: Gary Haines Evangelistic Association, P.O. Box 62759, Colorado Springs, CO 80962-2759.
She found strength and joy in the old hymns and the music of Jimmy Swaggart. She loved Southern Gospel music, and one of her favorite artists was Ivan Parker. Her favorite author was Grace Livingston Hill. She loved to read her Bible, and her favorite passage that she would often quote was:
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and He shall direct your paths."