Georgia “Ann” Williamson

July 03, 1931 ‒ February 10, 2015

Edison, Ohio

Georgia “Ann” Williamson, age 83, of Edison, died peacefully in her sleep, Tuesday morning, February 10, 2015, at Riverside Methodist Hospital.

She was born on July 3, 1931, to the late Clayton J. and Auttie M. (Sanders) Rivers in Tuppers Plains, OH.

On December 19, 1953, Ann married Jay Williamson in Marysville, OH.

A women of faith, Ann was a member of Edison Enterprise Baptist Church.

Ann devoted her life to taking care of her family and friends. Her kids and grandkids meant the world to her. As a homemaker, Ann enjoyed taking care of her vegetable garden and flowers. She also liked to make afghans and other home goods for those she loved. Ann always put the needs of others before her own.

She will be dearly missed by her children: Danny (Melodie) Williamson of Bay Area, CA, Kathy Hanahan of Marion, Tony (Heather) Williamson of Mount Gilead; grandchildren: Aaron, Aliza, Crystal, and Sarah-Faith; great grandchildren: Daniel, Joshua, Elizabeth, Katelyn, Nathen, Miley, Khloe, and Aubree; a brother: Clayton “Sparky” Rivers of LaRue; sisters: Peggy Moore, Marilyn Tillman, Eulah Baker all of Marion; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Ann was preceded in death by her husband; parents; son, Butchie Williamson; granddaughter, Amber; two brothers; and three sisters.

Ann’s family will greet friends on from 11AM to 1PM on Friday, February 13, 2015, at the Snyder Funeral Home, Craven Chapel, 67 N. Main St., Mount Gilead. A service celebrating Ann’s life will begin at 1PM with Brother Roger Fletcher officiating. Burial will follow in Claridon Cemetery.

If desired, memorial contributions may be made to assist the family will final expenses.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Ann’s family.

  • I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Your mother was always so very nice to me, and was a very good friend to my mom.
    If you need anything, don’t hesitate to ask.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. She was a sweet gal and will be deeply missed at the Manor. It was a pleasure to be able to care for her.

  • I miss you. You were very kind. Your neighbor across the hall misses you. You were just so easy going and sweet. You enjoy the comforts of heaven! We love and miss you sweet woman!

  • We’ll miss you Annie, Thank you for all the lives you touched at the manor. We don’t know what to do without you. I’m gonna miss walking in and seeing you in the halls. But most of all I’m gonna miss your hugs. Hope you’re having fun up in heaven, and remember us every once and a while.

  • Gosh I’m going to miss you. You know I loved you -that goes without saying…..Thank you for raising such a good sin – he is a wonderful husband and father… I will never forget you singing (The Old Rugged Cross & Amazing Grace toe over ttjw phone

  • grandma, I miss you. You are everything to me. Thanks for raising me and giving me the life that any child w