“To the Williamson Family I am so sorry for your loss. John ALan was a 2nd father to me. He worked with my father for many years, Ben F. Zimmer Jr. Then after my father's passing he worked with me for the last 28 years. Always inspiring me to do my best and work hard. He gave me credit when others did not. I will miss our meetings. Monica Zimmer Lawson
“I was lucky enough to marry into John's family, and he made me feel welcome from the start. He was always there to lend a hand, loan a tool, or share the wisdom he had gained along the many roads he traveled. John would greet the day with a big smile and open arms, eager to embrace family, friends, and all the world has to offer. What a fine example for living. He will indeed be missed.
“A true gentleman with a great sense of humor and steadfast defender of the rights of those who could not afford to represent themselves in court. An honor to have known and learned from him.
“As an attorney, John was known an admired for his integrity and professionalism. In am proud to have known him as a friend.
“So devastated when I heard, John meant so much to me and played a bigger influence on my legal career than he ever knew. Much love to you Gloria,
“I did not get the opportunity to know Mr. Williamson. After reading his obit I was taken back and amazed at his zeal for life and how he gave back to others. Mr. Williamson left behind a legacy to be proud of. I bet he had some really great stories...
“Mrs. Williamson and family, May God bless you all during this difficult and sorrowful time. I have many fond memories of each of you growing up and being friends with Nancy. You always made me feel very welcome in your home and I have never forgotten you. My thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of you. May God bless you with peace in your hearts, Karen Justice
“So very sorry for the loss of your wonderful husband. I know he will be greatly missed by all of his family and friends. Cherish all of the wonderful times and memories that you shared over the years.
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WILLIAMSON, John Alan, 82, of Tampa, died peacefully at home on July 8, 2013, after a long struggle with debili-tating Lewy Body Disease and Par-kinsonism. Born on March 19, 1931, in Cleveland, Ohio, John Alan was the beloved only child of John and Florine. He graduated from Western Reserve...Read More