Randall Keith "Randy" Williamson February 29, 1972 - January 11, 2010 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Services for Randall Keith “Randy” Williamson, 37, Ada, are 2:00 P.M. Thursday at the Criswell Chapel, Rev. Earl Hood officiating. Burial follows at Highland Cemetery in Stonewall.
Mr. Williamson died on Monday, January 11, 2010, in Paris, Texas. He was born February 29, 1972, in Ada, to Roger and Kay Harris Williamson. He attended school at Latta. He worked as a rig operator on a pulling unit.
Survivors include his fiancé, Lisa Van Buskirk, of the home; one daughter, Brittany Williamson, Ada; two sons, Derek Williamson, Ada; and Dylan Williamson, Kingston; father, Roger Williamson and wife Edna, Ada; sister, Becky Williamson, Ada; step-brother, Roy Dean Leighton, Ada; step-sister, Maranda Harris, Tulsa; and grandfather, John Williamson, Ada. He was preceded in death by his mother, Kay Harris Burris; grandmother, Mabel Williamson; and grandparents Windell and Maxine Harris.
Bearers are Mike Rice, Chris Drawbaugh, Luke Tatum, Tony Feezel, Ron Phillips, and Ryan Richardson.
Criswell Funeral Home, Ada
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