Hoboken- Mary Lorraine Raulerson Williamson, 70 of Hoboken, passed away Sunday (May 22, 2022) at her residence following an extended illness.
Born in Brunswick, GA., her parents were Perry Joe Raulerson and Melrose Black Raulerson. She was also preceded in death by her husband, William “Bill” Henry Williamson; a brother, Perry Raulerson; and three sisters, Betty Jean Raulerson, Barbara Jean Raulerson, and Dorothy Raulerson.
If we knew anything we knew our Father Bill loved her as much as she loved him. Teen sweethearts who spent 57 years together. She loved her family, the weekends of cooking and spending time together and the phone calls from all the grandchildren. She always called each and though she couldn’t sing, Happy Birthday off key was always a smile and a joke of music lessons. Her interest were scrapbooking, crafting and gardening. She said she had a green thumb but the flowers didn’t agree. She picked Deke up used scrapbook supplies and posted some of the embarrassing photos on facebook in the pages she made.
Survivors include her two children, Allen “Deke” Williamson, of Hoboken, and Kimberly Williamson-Loper, of Tampa; 8 grandchildren, Mersadis, Kelsey, and Patrick Tuttle, Tristan and Desiree Daffron, Sarah and Trinity Williamson, and Blakely Boatright; 9 great grandchildren, Nahlani Santiago, Payton Daniels, Dalyn and Evan Tuttle, Chevy, Case and Cambrie Tindell, Zachary and Zayden Daffron; and a sister and brother-in-law, Debbie Adams (Leon), of Brunswick. Also several nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday morning (June 7, 2022) at 10am at Hoboken Cemetery with Rev. Stanley Todd officiating.
Visitation will be held thirty minutes prior to the service, at the cemetery.
The family would like to give a special thanks to everyone who has reached out over the last few months to help keeping her happy and comfortable. She always tried to show she was fine and seemed to be uplifted in those moments with each of you.
Arrangements are with Frye Funeral Home, Nahunta.
Sympathy may be expressed by signing our online registry at fryefh.com.