Margie Douthat Williams was born in Greene County, Tn March 14, 1925 to parents Henry & Dora Gaby at an \nearly age she accepted Jesus into her heart as her heart as her Savior and Lord and the gift of salvation\nand joined the Mountain Valley Church of the Brethern as was a faithful member for over 50 years, teaching the Junior Boys Sunday School Class and playing the piano and organ for the church for many years. She married Max Douthat in 1943. She was a member of the Andrew Johnson Club, Greene County Partnership, Main Street of Greeneville, Greene County Heritage Trust, Greeneville Art Council, Greene County Library, worked and supported United Way for many years, was a former member of Link Hills Country Club, and Ladies Golf Association and was always interested in and supported all civic affairs of the town. In later years, she joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Shiloh where she faithfully attended and supported. She passed away on Friday, January 21, 2022.\n\nShe is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law: Terry & Judy Douthat, Chris & Page Douthat; 3 grandchildren: Maxi Douthat of Greeneville, Christopher Douthat & wife Amanda of Marietta, GA, Amie Goins & husband Cody of Johnson City, TN and one step granddaughter:Ashely Page of Cave Creek, AZ; 6 great grandchildren: Abbi and Max Morelock, Maggie and Tucker Goins, and Emerson and Graham Douthat; one sister-in-law: Lougene Douthat of Raleigh, NC and several nephews and nieces, whom she loved very much. She also had an extended family. She married Billy Williams later in life. Step son: Mark Williams & wife Ann and step daughter: Becky Williams West and husband Lyle; step grandson: Chase Williams; 3 step granddaughters: Morgan Bridges and husband Jimmy of Lantana, TX, Erin and Dustin Click and Rebecca Williams, and 7 step great grandchildren.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her husbands: Max Douthat and Billy Williams; 2 brothers: Ralph & Claude Gaby; 2 brothers-in-law: Chuck & Billy Douthat; 4 sisters-in-law: Mary Ann, Irene Gaby, Beatrice Knipp, and Nancy Douthat.\n\nFamily and friends will receive friends on Tuesday, January 25, 2022 from 10AM-2PM at Jeffers Funeral Services Downtown. The graveside service will be at 2:30 at Oak Grove Cemetery. Pastor Tammy Greene of Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church will officiate. The family requests that you adhere to the Covid19 guide lines.\n \nPallbearers will be W. T. Daniels, Chris Marsh, Tim Waddell, Mike Harold, Randy Rumbly, Bill Ahalt\nCarl Carrier, Fred Laughters, Mack Hughes, Edward Patterson, and Odean Davis.\n\nHonorary pallbearers: Barby Graybeal, Bette and Jennings Thomley, Lori Waddell, The Monday girls lunch bunch, which are Patsy Smith, Dorothy Mays, Dot Alexander, Etha Kilday, Pat Holt, Cheryl Ahalt, Betty Carrier, Nancy Worley, the Thursday Nite Supper Club,Dr. & Mrs, Charles Montgomery, Andy Daniels, Judy Davis, Wayland Mayes, Robert Smith, A.J. Harmon, Al & Amy Dugger, Pat Norton, Amy Dobson, Bob & Joan Alexander, Dr. Bob & Chris Thorpe, Loretta Lyle, Jamie Skeen, Charles & Phyllis Shelton, Alex and Margy Brown,Jan Chapman, Paul & Nancy Harr, Anna Bell Neal, Nita and Gene Sledge, and many others she loved, too numerous to count.\n\nThe family would like to thank Amedisys Hospice and the staff of Laughlin Health Care for all their professional care and support.