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Clayton E. R. Williamson, age 91, of Locust Grove, transitioned from this life on December 26, 2022. Mr. Williamson was born January 9, 1931, to Anita Glass Roberts where he would soon be united with his father Nathaniel P. Williamson, and brother Paul Williamson in Hanover Massachusetts.
In his early years, Clayton attended Hanover High School and he would later attend Tufts University where he would earn his Bachelor’s degree. After school, Mr. Williamson would go on to become a self-employed Architectural Finisher under the names Custom Refinishing and Aesthetic Excellence. In 1990 he would marry his beautiful wife Deborah Carr Williamson in Ringgold, Ga after his mother played matchmaker.
As part owner of McCullum airport in Kennesaw, he had a passion for flying, often spending his time teaching female pilots for The Red Baroness Squadron. He flew with The Red Baroness Squadron in the air race over Six Flags where he was awarded the Very Important Pilot plaque. Clayton was a faithful member of the Roswell Street Baptist Church for over 20 years. He also enjoyed fishing, traveling, and his tradition of watching Georgia football, when the game was on, chatter was off.
Mr. Williamson is preceded in death by his parents; his daughter: Amanda Joy Harper; his step-daughter: Dominique Rainbow; his brother: Paul Williamson; his brother-in-law: Robert Carr; his dogs Cinnamon and Gracie, and cat, Sammy.
Survivors include his wife: Deborah Carr Williamson; his son: Clayton Williamson, Jr (Kelly); his daughters: Sherry Williamson; his granddaughter: Scocia; his nephew: Jimmy Williamson; his sisters-in-law: Cathy Grace (Rick) of Pasadena, TX, Jana Turco (Charlie) of Jersey Village, TX, Tana Weaver (Ray) of Jewett, TX, Mary Gayhart (Joseph);, seven nephews: Joshua, Jeremy, Eric, Joel, Randy, R.J., John Paul, Brian, John, and D.J.; two nieces: Misty and Angela; and special long-time friends: Rocio, Alex, Alexis, Elizabeth, and Ian.
The Williamson family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville. Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com.