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Erin Elizabeth Williams

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Erin Elizabeth Williams

Erin Elizabeth Williams is an American beauty queen from Lincoln, Delaware who was crowned Miss Delaware 2003. She competed for the title of Miss America Miss America 2004 in Atlantic City. The pageant was ultimately won by Ericka Dunlap of Florida.

Williams competed three times for the title of Miss Delaware. In 2001 she was the preliminary talent winner and second runner-up to Erin Cooper, in 2002 she was the preliminary talent winner and first runner-up to Shoha Parekh and won the title in 2003. When she won the title of Miss Delaware, Williams was a sophomore at Syracuse University.

Williams crowned Linda Kurtz in June 2004 and finished her degree in English Education at the University of Delaware. She became a high school English teacher in Sussex County, Delaware and theater performer. She was also a Miss Delaware Organization volunteer.

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