Daniel Williamson

September 5, 2020

Daniel Williamson was born on November 2, 1977, to Kenneth and Linda Williamson in Milton, Florida. He went to be with the Lord unexpectedly on August 26, 2020.

Daniel was a devoted husband to his wife, Natasha and he loved all his children, Carolyn, Jackie, Erica, Kelsea, Ethan, Mack, Killian and Malachi with all his heart. He also loved all of his many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Although his life was too short, he touched the lives of many people. “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are” a quote by Theodore Roosevelt sums up what he and his wife teach their children and share with anyone who comes in contact with them. If you needed your car fixed, he was there. If you needed a place to live for a while, his home was open. If you needed a job, he would ask around. If you needed someone to talk to, he would listen. He always found time and love for others. He was a dedicated son to his parents and worked tirelessly to make sure they had everything they needed.

He loved the feel of the wind on his face when he rode his motorcycle. He loved spending time with his children either, tinkering with vehicles, helping with homework, building huge villages in Minecraft, playing Pokemon or just simply sitting on the steps and talking. The world is a little dimmer now that Daniel is gone, but he will live on in our hearts and through his children forever.

Per Daniel’s wishes we will be holding a private Celebration of Life. Please contact Natasha for directions. It will be an outside event.

The family requests no flowers, but memorials may be made to your favorite charity in Daniel’s memory.

Faith Chapel Funeral Home South is entrusted with the arrangements.


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