Robert O. Williamson

In Memorial

Robert Orlando Williamson, age 42. Sunrise July 2, 1974 and Sunset December 29, 2016.

Robert was a graduate of Linden McKinley High School, worked at OSU East and a member of Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies.

Left to cherish his memory, parents, Robert E. Williamson and Elnora (George) Smith; brothers, Vincent (Lula) Grant, Steven (Sonji) Grant Sr. and Clifford Grant; sisters, Alisea (Delain) Triplett and Sheila (Clarence) Evans; special niece, Maria Grant; and a host of aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Saturday, January 7, 2017 at Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies 870 St. Clair Ave. Interment at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Cheryl L. Jones

    To the Family of Robert O. Williamson,

    I am saddened to hear about the loss of your loved one. I also know the pain and sorrow of recently losing a loved one (my son) to complications of sickle cell disease. All to many times this disease is life-altering and life-ending. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Cheryl L. Jones, Program Director
    Sickle Cell Services Program
    Ohio Department of Health (co-worker of Alesia Triplett)

  2. From our family to yours, we send our warmest condolences to your family in your time of bereavement. Robert was a great young man that will be missed by all who knew and loved him. We’re asking that God will grant you all the comfort and strength that you’ll need for the days and years to come. Our prayers are with you all.

    Sincerely,Catherine, Anthony, Caroline, Joseph and Courtney

  3. Alisea, Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Keeping you in thoughts and prayers. I am lighting a vigil candle at my church this weekend in memory and honor of your brother, Robert. With my sincere sympathy. Phil Petrosky

  4. Praying God’s presence, comfort, and peace for all of you.

  5. Deborrha Armstrong

    Robert was such a precious person who bravely battled sickle cell disease. No more pain now but sweet rest. My sincere love and condolences to the family.

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