Harriet Ann Williamson

October 27, 1924 ‒ December 17, 2020

Marion, Ohio

Harriet Ann Williamson, age 96 of Marion, passed away Thursday, December 17, 2020 at Marion Manor.

Harriet was born on October 27, 1924 in Coal Grove, OH, the daughter of William Arthur and Effie (Simmons) Mckee.

On March 25, 1946, Harriet was united in marriage to John Williamson, Jr. Harriet was a devoted homemaker, lovingly raising she and John’s 3 children.

Harriet and John enjoyed playing golf as much as they could. They enjoyed getting together with friends and family and playing many hands of cards. Harriet was wholly devoted in her faith. She was baptized as a young girl and daily read her Bible. She lived out her faith each and every day and now will spend eternity with her Savior.

She is survived by her beloved children: Linda (David) Clark, Carolyn Sue (Mike) Schweigert, and Dan (Marcia K.) Williamson; grandchildren: Kaytie (Charles) Ratterman, David Clark and Wendy (John) Bowles; great grandchild, J.C. Bowles; and siblings: Rich McKee, Esther Austin and Eddie McKee.

Harriet is preceded in death by her husband, John Williamson, Jr.; her parents including step-mother, Betty Mckee and 13 siblings.

Graveside services will be Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at Chapel Heights Memory Gardens, 2622 Marion-Upper Sandusky Rd, Marion, OH 43302 at 10AM.

The family wished to extend their most sincere appreciation to all of the staff and residents of Marion Manor for their loving care of Harriet.

If so desired, donations may be made to Salvation Army or Ohio Health Hospice.

The Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to be serving the Williamson family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Rest in peace Aunt Harriet, it is with great sadness that I receive the news of your passing. You have been in my thoughts and prayers a lot the last year and also Linda and Sue. I will always be your “Huggy Bear” Aunt Harriet and you are dearly loved and sadly missed but I know you are safely in the arms of our Savoir Jesus Christ. God bless you all and stay safe ! Rick McKee, (Franny’s son)

  • So sorry to hear of your grandma’s passing. Sending love and sympathy.
    Bill and Jennifer Coppler

  • Growing up on Bellefontaine Avenue in the 60’s was blessed by the Williamson’s. Kids from all over Oakland Heights and Glenwood gathered there to visit with Linda, Sue, and Bub and always felt welcome because of Harriet. Such a sweet and kind lady, she was always smiling and cheerful. I still remember the nice stereo you had and Harriet singing along to Nashville Cats or listening to Jimmy Dean singing Big John. As I have gotten older I appreciate the patience she must have had hearing us dribble the basketball in the basement at St Williamson’s Arena. Great memories and very thankful to have known such a wonderful lady!