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Beth Williams, the former president and chief executive of Roxbury Technology Corp. and a prominent leader in Boston’s Black business community, has died.

Williams, who was 57, took the helm at her father’s Hyde Park manufacturing business in late 2002 after his death. Roxbury Technology focused on making and selling remanufactured toner cartridges for laser printers, fax machines, and copiers; the company was founded by her father, Archie, in part to boost job growth in underserved communities and champion economic development.

Donna Williams, Beth’s older sister who worked with her at Roxbury Technology, said she “was a warrior.”

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