Willie Mae Midget

May 16, 1948 - November 06, 2022

Willie Mae Midget

May 16, 1948 - November 06, 2022


Visitation for Mrs. Midget will be held on Monday, November 14, 2:00pm-8:00pm, at Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Funeral Home, 2103 E. 3rd St., Tulsa, OK 74104.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 15, 11:00am, at Glad Tidings, 2123 N. Frankfort Ave., Tulsa, OK followed by interment at Crown Hill Cemetery.

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Reflections of Her Life

Willie (Willa) Mae Hamilton, fondly called “Nat”, was born on May 16, 1948, unto Milton Hamilton Jr. and Maggie Mae Webster Hamilton in Batesville, MS. She was the fourth child of ten children. The family relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Willa eventually made it her home. She continued her education by attending Carver and Booker T. Washington High School.

Willa spent 20 plus years as a key punch operator for Telex Corporation until the company dissolved the positions. She gained employment with Wal-Mart Corporation until she retired in 2013.

Willa had four children, Debbie, Tia, Warrez and Marlo, whom she loved dearly. After moving on with her life, Willa married her partner to the end, Napoleon “Chuck” Midget. Chuck and Willa knew that they had something special, and it would last a lifetime. The two of them found joy in serving their Lord and Savior together on Sunday mornings.

Willa’s love was unmatchable. Whether partaking in her role as a caregiver, cheerleader, listening ear, or a pillar of strength for her ever-growing family, she was always giving of herself without expecting anything in return. The unconditional love Willa relentlessly poured out to her family, was felt by all her loved ones until the very end. Her caring, maternal tendency was experienced by not only her children, but all who were blessed enough to encounter her nurturing spirit.

Willa’s smile was renowned. The beautiful sound and contagiousness of her laughter will never be forgotten. Her humor could brighten up any room. Her presence was the highlight of many of our lives. The void left by the loss of Willa will be felt by the copious amount of people who knew and loved her for years to come.

Willa was preceded in death by her parents, Milton and Maggie Hamilton; her brothers, Robert McKinney, Jr. and Harry Hamilton; her sisters, Juanita Herrion, Joyce Jones, and Allie Vee White; and her grand and great-granddaughter, Daphne and Kelis Jones-Kendall.

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4 responses to Willie Mae Midget

  1. I know there are no words that can ease your pain, I’m so sorry for your loss.
    Sending healing prayers, comfort and peace during this tough time.
    May she R.I.P.

  2. Mrs. Mae is what i called her, she was a very caring person. I got a chance to meet her while working at Walmart. Her appearance was always on point. I loved to see her hair styles that was always beautiful. I had the most respect for her. Her husband (Chuck) and my spouse’s father was very close. (Rabbit). The family will always be in our prayers

  3. Certainly we are thinking of Mr. Midget and his family during this time of transition of Sis Midget. Please know that your Paradise Baptist church family is praying for you.

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