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Williamson, Kevin



Kevin Williamson, 50, passed away on June 15, 2016, in Albuquerque.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 18 years, Tina. He is also survived by his mother, Mary; stepfather Jay; sister Lisa; nephew Blake; niece Ashley; brother Eric; aunt Jeanie; son Walter; daughters-in-law Nora and Sydney; and grandchildren Corey and Wyatt.

He is preceded in death by his son Tim.

Kevin was born on June 30, 1965, in Dalton, GA. He was raised in metro Atlanta, graduating from Heritage High School in Conyers, GA. He attended some college at Georgia Tech & the University of Georgia before joining the Navy.

He was a 1986 honor graduate from the Electronics Technician Class "A" School at the Naval Training Center in Great Lakes, IL, and served his country for six years. He deployed as a nuclear power operator during the initial years of service of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier, a ship which provided support for Operation Desert Storm and assisted in the largest peacetime evacuation of active military personnel and their families in history (from Luzon Island in the Philippines, after Mount Pinatubo erupted). He visited many places around the world during & after his military service.

Kevin was very smart and enjoyed being in school and learning something new. He came to Albuquerque to attend the Technical Vocational Institute and work at Intel. He graduated at the top of his class.

He was employed with U.S. Security Associates at the time of his death.

Kevin always wanted his own family and he found his with Tina, Walter and Tim. Kevin fell in love with Tina and married her in 1998. He gained two sons and treated them as his own. He was the most loving, kind, generous and selfless person you'll ever meet. He was a great cook, a problem-solver and was always willing to help his family and friends however he could. He loved spending time with his family, especially playing with his grandkids. He always appreciated good food, music, movies and shows. Everyone who knew him will miss him immensely but will carry many fond memories with them forever.
Published in Albuquerque Journal on June 21, 2016
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