John Lee Williamson, Jr., 43, of Indianapolis, IN passed away January 24th, 2020, after a short illness from multiple strokes. Mr. Williamson was born on November 25th, 1976 in Greencastle, IN. John was the oldest of four children.
After John graduated from high school, he obtained his degree as a Diesel Mechanic from Lincoln Tech and has since pursued many interests in the career field, but believed in hands on labor. He was never afraid to get his hands dirty to get goals accomplished. When he was in his younger years, he had played football for Washington High School. He loved music and movies.
John was a loving father. He enjoyed spending time with his two children, nieces and nephews. He was very family oriented and valued family above all else. He was also very protective of his family. John had a big heart, but was not afraid to point out his beliefs, values and voice his opinion with you. He was a lone trailblazer who would commit to actives and hobbies of his choosing to avoid conformity and the mediocre tempo of society. John was loved by many, and will be sorely missed by all.
John is survived by his father, John Williamson Sr. and step mother, Pamela Williamson; two children, Elijah and Chloe Williamson; his brother James Williamson, and sisters; Amber Nobbe and Tiffany Williamson. Further survived by nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends. He is preceded in death by his Grandfather and Grandmother, Walter and Viola Williamson.
His memorial service will be held on the 8th of February 2020 at West Newton United Methodist Church 6843 Mendenhall Rd, Indianapolis, IN. 46221. Memorial will be from 2:00 PM – 3:00pm with a crevice from Pastor Anne Gattes immediately following.
In Lieu of Flowers, donations can be made in memory of John Lee Williamson, Jr. to: To Write Love on Her Arms at https://twloha.com/donate/ or to donate by check, please make checks out to TWLOHA and mail to PO Box 2203 Melbourne, FL 32902. The family would like to thank the entire team at Community East Hospital for their caring professionalism and comforting compassion.
“Those we love don’t go away; they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear.”-Anonymous
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