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Wilma Williamson

Wilma Kennedy Williamson (Willie/Billie)

Wilma , 89, was released from the grasp of Alzheimer disease July 7, 2021 at Brookdale Montrose.

Preceded in death by parents, Florabel Kennedy Davidson and Melvin Scott Davidson ; siblings Thomas Richard Davidson and Patricia Joanne Spooner .

Survived by children, Barbara Williamson-Dungey (Thomas) , Katherine Lynn Williamson and Robert Scott Williamson ; sister-in law, Lois Parker ; cousin, Sue Kautenberger . She was loved by numerous nieces and nephews, great and great-great nieces and nephews. She leaves behind many friends.

Born in Fort Totten, Queens County, Long Island, NY. She was a self proclaimed Military Brat. Willie loved being a nurse. She graduated from the Washington Hospital School of Nursing in PA. Moving to Akron, she worked her entire career at Akron General Medical Center. There she earned the respect of her co-workers and made lifelong friendships.
Willie loved to travel, especially to the beach, shopping, gardening, lunch and dinners with friends, and more shopping.

Special thanks to the Staff and Hospice of Brookdale for their excellent care of Wilma .

Cremation has taken place. Per Wilma’s wishes, there will not be a funeral. She will be buried at Lakewood Cemetery on W. Waterloo Rd. at a future date.
If you are inclined to make donation in Wilma’s name please consider Hospice of Brookdale (Cleveland) or the Washington Health System School of Nursing (www.whs.org) or a Charity of your choice.


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Guestbook

You were a great next door neighbor for the last 12 years and you will truly be missed. I'll miss sharing my cooking, grilling and baking with you. Thanks for your friendship and all the fun memories together. Rest in peace. We'll see you again one day. Tina M.

Tina M. Jul 14 2021 12:00 AM

Barb & family,

I am sad for you all. Willie was such a great character and always a delight to work with @AGMC. Her struggle is over & I'm sure so many wonderful memories will comfort you all.

Fondly, Lisa Ayers

Lisa Ayers Jul 12 2021 12:00 AM

It was a pleasure to know and work with Willie on 1700, 1600 and 4400. We all worked to open the diabetes unit at AGMC. Her memory is a blessing to many coworkers. Rest In Peace.

Chris Allen Jul 12 2021 12:00 AM

Barb & family,I am sad for you all. Willie was such a great character and always a delight to work with @AGMC. Her struggle is over & I'm sure so many wonderful memories will comfort you all.Fondly, Lisa Ayers

Lisa Ayers Jul 12 2021 12:00 AM

It was a pleasure to work with Wilma at AGMC, God will surely bless you for your service.

Donna RN Jul 11 2021 12:00 AM