Fay Williams ’77

Fay Williams ’77

Faye graduated South Philadelphia High School in 1977. Faye was an outfielder for the Southern Girls SoftBall Team. In 1976 the team won 62% of its games with an appearance in Playoffs. In 1977 the team has a similar performance with improving the winning percentage to 71% and again elevating to playoffs. aye was known for her tenacity at the plate and being recognized as a long ball hitter. Her hitting ability was one of the reasons for the teams outstanding winning percentage in 1976 and 1977.

In addition to playing softball Faye also player Volleyball for South Philadelphia High under the coaching of Ms Way. Faye was active in volleyball and softball all through her years at Southern.

Additionally Faye spent 18 years with the Philadelphia School Board as a teacher involved in summer programs for students. Faye also worked 30 years at WAWA Food Markets and an assistant manager and the reaching the level of store manager.

Faye is retired now but still is very active with youth baseball where she has coached her team to 3 city championships.

Faye continues to give back to the city she grew up in by staying involve in community activities for young people that helps the develop to be positive and productive members of their neighborhood.