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February 19, 2021
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Ronald Williamson was born on August 13, 1956 in Florence County to the late Fred Generette Sr. and Naomi Williamson. He departed this earthy life of Friday, February 19, 2021 in the hospital after an illness.
Ronald was educated in Florence County, South Carolina where he obtained his high school diploma.
Ronald accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior at an early age. He was baptized at Shiloh Baptist Church of Brooklyn, New York by former pastor Reverend Dr. Thomas E. Moore and relocated back to South Carolina in 1993.
After relocating back to South Carolina, his first job was a car salesman. Ronald was a “jack of trades and master of none”. He had a wealth of knowledge on many subjects, his favorite was cooking. He spent most of his time “Cheffing It up” on any day, but especially during the holiday season where you can smell the aroma from his famous sweet potato pies baking in the kitchen.
Ronald was preceded in death by his father, mother, two sisters and two brothers.
He leaves to cherish many memories: a lifetime companion, Ms. Dianne Boatwright; two sons, Keith Williamson of Gresham, South Carolina, and Ronald Williamson of Meridian, Mississippi, two daughters, Dorothya Fraser and Tesha Williamson of Brooklyn, New York. Two stepchildren Travis Graham and Terra Graham of Johnsonville, South Carolina; nineteen grandchildren, one great-granddaughter; brothers and sisters; aunts Martha G. Wright and Patricia Williamson, both of South Carolina; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends that he loved