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Richard Williamson

Obituary of Richard Williamson

Survived by wife Diane Williamson, daughter Norna Williamson & son Hans Williamson





Brothers Larry Williamson, William Williamson, Jr., Dennis Williamson





Grandchildren Benjamin Williamson Thomas, Anneliese Williamson Thomas & Jaeger Williamson











He was raised in Taylor, MI and moved to Grand County in 1964. Willy married Diane in 1970, after meeting her in Winter Park. He worked as a bartender, tv repair man, floor covering installer and finally a FEMA housing inspector since 1989. He enjoyed fishing, skiing, hiking and the outdoors.











The family does not plan to have a memorial service at this time.











In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Grand County Rural Health Network Inc.


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Guestbook

I knew Willie for many years and always considered him among my most treasured friends.

Elwin Crabtree Dec 8 2013 12:00 AM

Dear Diane, From Willie and Don working at the Slope; Our Tea chats across from the stables when the babies were born; to driving by on my way to Jenny's and stopping to have Willie show me the family of spiders he discovered. I feel even tho miles apart we have always been together. Willie was a gentle soul and I always enjoyed his company. Together you lived a good life and I hope that continues for you always. Love you Diane.

Teresa Lucas Dec 26 2012 12:00 AM

Diane, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Shari Burkhalther Dec 22 2012 12:00 AM

Diane, Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I am happy that you and Willie had some many years together. Sandy Graham

Sandy Graham Dec 19 2012 12:00 AM

I have known Willie since the 70s first in Hideaway Park then of course in Grand Lake. He was a true friend who always had time to say "Hi" with genuine concern about how things are going. An "old timer" I'll miss.

Elwin Crabtree Dec 19 2012 12:00 AM