- March 28, 1943 - January 19, 2013
- Rowlett, Texas
of John's Passing
- Memorials may be made to one's favorite animal advocacy.
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Memories & Candles
It's been a long while already since you left, and I still miss you terribly. I feel you with me, though, either present to watch your granddaughters grow, or as a friend to talk to, or as an example to temper my life decisions. I continue to be reminded of how short life is; the years are starting to race by. You were robbed of more years you deserved by the negligence and apathy of a broken healthcare system. Yet,
Posted by: David Williamson - Frisco, TX - Son Dec 29, 2015
He was always kind to me and kyle and I am glad to call him grand pa.
Posted by: conor williamson - folsom, CA - grand pa Jul 26, 2014
It has been a long time, but I recently came across one of your poems in my memorabelia -- as usual, well done and beautiful. I don't do Facebook, so in trying to look you up via plebian means, I came across John's obituary.
I am very sorry for your loss. I am also sorry that I have not been a better correspondent.
PLEASE use John's memory poetically at every opportunity to salve your grief.
Send a note when you get a chance.
A heart full of wishes and prayers,
Lee & Carol
Posted by: Lee Schultz - Carlsbad, TX - Friend, Editor. Feb 26, 2013
As a new manager in Investigations, John was extremely helpful - he helped train myself and my staff and he was always available to help with any question. In addition to being a willing mentor, his answers were always well thought out and accurate. His knowledge of Investigations and Banking was very deep and when he retired again due to health issues, he passed along to me information that he accumulated which is still helpful to me in performing my
Posted by: John LaReau - Plano, TX - friend Jan 25, 2013
Although I had previously met John I did not really get to know him until we both came back out of retirement to assist Investigations in the Dallas Office.
John became a good friend and person one could talk about work and personal subjects. As so many have noted, John was missed when he retired for the second time from the Corporation and, will continue to missed.
Posted by: Kenneth G. Smith, Jr. - Coppell, TX - Co-worker Jan 24, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to John's family and friends. FDIC Investigations Dallas, TX has been sharing stories of his great kindnesses to co-workers over the years. Sincerely, FDIC in Dallas, TX
Posted by: Janet Stephens - Dallas, TX - One of Thousands of Co-Workers. Jan 24, 2013
I will always remember John for his calm and kind demeanor, easy sense of humor and complete devotion to his family. He was truly one of the ones that made this world a better place. He will be missed.
Posted by: Karen Freeborn - Dallas, TX - Friend and co-worker Jan 24, 2013
Dear family and friends of Mr. Williamson please accept my sincere condolences of your dear loved one. Please find comfort from God's many promises to our loved ones back in our loving arms right here on an earth with and end to sickness, pain and dying!
Posted by: Mrs. Shandell - Summerville, SC Jan 24, 2013
My grandpa was an honest, hard-working, and caring man. He always told me how proud he was of me, and he always put family first. I'm so happy to have had him as my grandpa, and I know I'm lucky. I love him so much and will miss him dearly.
RIP to my loving grandfather
Posted by: Emily Williamson - Lafayette, LA - Grandfather Jan 23, 2013
John was one of the first persons I worked with when I moved to Dallas. And one thing I will always remember, he was the calmest person I ever met, and one of the nicest. He will be missed.
Posted by: Sherri England - Dallas, TX - Colleague Jan 23, 2013