James Elmer Williamson

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James Elmer Williamson, 90 of Asheboro formally of Robbins died Thursday, July 23, 2009 at Randolph Hospital.
Funeral service will be held 2:00 PM. Saturday, July 25, 2009 at Dover Baptist church with the Rev. Wilson Harris and the Rev.Don Davis officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
He was a native of Moore County, he was preceded in death by his parents: John Thomas and Sara Kennedy Williamson, his wives: Berlie Caroline Spivey Williamson and Dessie Spivey Allen Williamson; two sons: Lester Eugene Peanut ? Davis and Giles Elmer Tump ? Williamson; sisters: Annie Jane Jerrell, Lessie Leard, Rosie Reeder and Sadie Williamson; brothers: John Rufus, William Clarence and Linnie Williamson.
He is survived by his son: Bennie Williamson and his wife, Peggy of Asheboro.
Daughter-in-laws: Gaynelle Davis of Robbins and Inez Hoover of Asheboro.
Two step-sons: Brent Allen and Roy Allen both of Robbins.
Two step-daughters: Glenda Sanders and Joan McIver both of Robbins.
One sister: Louvene Maness of Bear Creek.
One brother: Billy Tom Williamson of Robbins.
Four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, five step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren.
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  1. I remember well Elmer & Ms. Berlie….My Dad, Melvin worked with him at the mill…your family is in my prayers at this trying time.
    Seems all the good ones are passing on from Robbins..
    Esther C. Godley

  2. He will always be remembered as you share the stories and the memories of how he lived his life and how very much he meant. May you find comfort and throughout this difficult time, may you also know the deep sympathy and concern that is felt for you and a

  3. Bennie I am sorry for the loss of your Dad. I am Louise Johnson\’s sister and I have talk to your Dad several times at Sherwood Place and he was a true blessing. The last time I talk to him he was sitting on the bench out front. He always spoke very highl

  4. Sending my deepest sympathy in the loss of someone so special. It was a pleasure to care for Mr Williamson and the family during this difficult time.
    May your precious memories give you peace and make you smile. God Bless YOU. Karen Routh

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