Kenneth Charles Williamson
Meeting at the skating rink, holding hands, passing notes in sixth grade. We became close friends. You were one of the first who shared the true meaning of loyalty. Your poignant poem in high school said it all.
Your life was cut way too short; everyone will agree to that, Ken. Your spirit was needed elsewhere, but we are still sad to see you go. Many blessings, thoughts and prayers to those who loved you left behind. Much regard, Laura Evans Smith, WHS '89
You lit up the room. You always made me feel glad to be there...some wonderful memories...You were a wonderful friend to Lance, and you will always have a special place in my heart.
My Dear Betty,
I was stunned to hear of your (and the world's) loss. I no longer know how to contact you. I went to the only place I've ever known you to live as soon as I heard but knew immediately, before I went to the door, that you were no longer there. We lost Vance's father a few years ago so I can somewhat relate to your place in time. Honey, I love you and I am so sorry. Please call me 744-2312. All my love,
We will always remember Waco with a huge smile on his face! He worked very hard and played hard. Your Huntington Beach friends love and miss you!
Rachael & Kevin Krohn
Ken was such a great person and great friend. He would literally do anything to help a friend in need. He had a heart of gold and I will miss him dearly.