Jeffery Williamson Sr. 54, also affectionately known as "Jeff or Doc", transitioned to heaven on Tuesday May 10, 2022. Jeffery is now rejoicing in heaven with his family and loved ones who have gone on before him, giving all glory to Jesus Christ.
Jeffery was born, the youngest boy of 13, on April 5, 1968, in Clinton, NC to the late Fulton Lee Williamson Sr., and Annie Elizabeth Williamson Hull. Jeffery retired from Clinton City Schools and continued to give back to his community. Jeffery served Christ as a member of Andrews Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, where he taught Sunday School services and sung in the male choir. Jeffery was a devoted husband, father and brother who believed in God and served him with all his heart. Jeffery's favorite pastimes were spending time with his family, watching TV shows such as The Six Million Dollar Man, old western films and working in his yard.
Jeffery is preceded in death by his mother, Annie Elizabeth Williamson Hull; his father, Fulton Lee Williamson Sr.; brother Fulton Lee Williamson Jr. and sisters, Betty Jean Williamson-Speight, Janice Williamson and Lynette Williamson.
Memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. May14 2021, at Andrew's Chapel Church by the Reverend Gerald Underwood officiating.
Jeffery leaves to cherish his memory, his loving wife Angela Williamson; sons, Jeffery Williamson, Christopher Williamson and Steven Williamson; daughter, Summer Williamson; his granddaughters, Kaitlin Faison and Jiszel Williamson; siblings, Leroy Williamson (Gwen) of Butner, NC, Freddie Elton Williamson (Shirley) of Leland, NC, Deborah Williamson of Clinton, NC, Billy Williamson (Catrice) of Fuquay, NC, Jimmy Lee Williamson (Pam) of Fayetteville, NC, Jeannette Williamson-Suarez (Joseph) of Clinton, NC, Linda Jo Williamson of Richmond, VA, and Elaine Williamson of Greensboro, NC; uncle, Minister William Rich; brother-in-law Curfew Speight Sr.; sister-in-law Antionette Williamson and father-in-law George Samuel Hull. He also leaves behind extended family and many friends who will miss him dearly.
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