Jeanne Marie Williamson

August 26, 1933 ‒ May 25, 2018

Croton, Ohio

Jeanne Marie Williamson, age 84 of Croton died Friday morning, May 25, 2018 at Highbanks Care Center in Columbus after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s.

She was born on August 26, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York the daughter of the late Nicholas and Rose (Genivie) Ardia.

Jeanne worked as a contract specialist for Defense Contract Supply Columbus for 37 years.

She was an active member of St John Neumann Catholic Church where she was a part of their grief support group. She also enjoyed cooking, bowling, and tending to her flower garden

She will be missed by her children Darlene Risolio (Tonya Fasone) of Westerville, Nicholas Risolio of Croton, Lawrence Risolio of Galena and Lilyana Risolio of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania; grandchildren Jennifer (Melissa), Nicholas (Vicky), Jeanne Marie, Nicolette, and Dimitri; and great grandchildren Raven, Sebastian, and Ryen.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husbands Lawrence Risolio in 1992 and Myril Williamson in 1995; her half brother James Ardia; and her sisters Rose Varbero, Lily Fina, Rita Osterlo, and Marie Agnello.

Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 1 PM at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 9633 E State Route 37, Sunbury, OH 43074 with Father Paul Noble officiating.  Burial to follow at Trenton Cemetery.  Friends may call on the family on the day of the service from noon until 12:45 PM at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 North State Route 61, Sunbury, Ohio 43074.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at https://www.alz.org/

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Jeanne’s family.  Special memories and condolences can be shared with them at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Darlene, so sorry on the loss of your mother. I know you will miss her, but you were a very good daughter and did everything to make her life more comfortable.

  • Darlene, I was sad to hear of your Mother’s passing. I know you oversaw her care in the past few years and cared deeply for her.

    When I lost my parents, the pain was almost unbearable. I can only imagine what you’re going through. With time, it will be better. I often still think of my parents. Sometimes when I am walking through a store, I will look at an item and think Mom and Dad would really like that.

    Sometimes when I know where I put something away and it is not there I will say, “Okay, Mom, where did you put it?” It will show up again just where it should be.

    We have truly been blessed to have the parents we had for the length of time we had them.

  • Nick Peg, So sorry for your loss, I know how much love Nick had for his mother. Thinking of you. Kathy & Chuck