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Francis E. Williamson

April 09, 1949 - April 28, 2022

Francis E. Williamson

April 09, 1949 - April 28, 2022


Obituary For Francis E. Williamson

Peabody - Francis E. Williamson, formerly of Everett, age 73, passed away on April 28, 2022, beloved husband of Elizabeth (Livingstone) Williamson formerly of East Boston; devoted father of Frank and his wife, Erin of Mansfield, Bret of Peabody and Tara Knight and her husband, Bryan of Waltham, loving papa to Ashley, Alexa and Quinn, cherished son of the late Ernest and Elizabeth (Dupee) Williamson, dear brother of the late Harold, Celia Lee Hutchinson and Joan Kadlec. His funeral services will be private. Arrangements by the Conway Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St., Peabody. Contributions may be made in his memory to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or the American Cancer Society.

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  • My condolences to your family and loved ones

  • Thinking of you and your family as you mourn the loss of someone so special. With heartfelt Sympathy Sally Fortin

  • Betty, Tara, Frankie and Bret- and family. My sincerest condolences for you at this time. You have my deepest sympathy. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time. - Christine (Baglio) Kryzynski💜

  • Frank was an important part of the Oak Ledge Heights Park Community forever. He will be missed.

  • My daughter married his son Frank. When we met them they were the most wonderful people I ever met. Big Frank was the most sincere person I ever Knew. I am so thankful I ever met this man. May you Rest In Peace, Frank. 🙏

  • Dear Betty and Family: Frank was one of the first people I met here at Oak Ledge. I soon learned he was the "go-to guy" for repairs, info, park history, and more. He was a friend to me and to this community. He will be deeply missed. Barbara Ryer

  • One of the kindest people I've ever met shared the love and knowledge about many things loved his cigar and surely loved his wife Betty and his kids and grandchildren sure gonna miss you frank .Brett and I will smoke a nice cigar in your honor godspeed and someday we will meet again

  • I worked for Frank many years ago Frank treated me more like a son than a employee and taught me more about life and how to deal with it than carpentry he always made time to listen to anything I was dealing with and always had something positive for me. Frank and I had thousand of laughs and those laughs will forever be in my heart and soul my you rest in peace my friend. -Tom Tester

  • I remember going to dinner with Frank myself and Bret once he was a good man I'd known a long time . I'm sorry for the loss of your Dad , husband , grandfather and most of all the man himself Rip Frank

  • Dear Aunt Betty, Frankie, Bret and Tara, Jim and I are so sorry for your loss. We hate that we couldn't get together as much as we like but will always have the great memory of how happy Uncle Frank made people when he was here with us. We remember seeing Aunt Betty and Uncle Frank at Foxwoods looking so happy and it made our day to get to see you both even though we didn't hit big (or at all :). ) Uncle Frank will be missed by many! We know he is in great company with his family who have already left this earth for a better forever life. Our most sincere condolences and love Justine and jim

  • I'm very sorry for the passing of Frank he was a good friend a good man very kind soul you will be missed and in our hearts forever your friend Carmen may you rest in peace

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