Joe Williamson
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Joe Williamson
  • January 20, 1951 - November 13, 2017
  • North Richland H, Texas

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Joe Williamson, 66, was called to his heavenly home on November 13, 2017 in Aransas Pass, Texas.


The family invites friends to join them for a visitation on Sunday, November 26, 2017 from 3pm to 6pm at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Monday, November 27, 2017 at 10:00am at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Chapel.


Joe was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He was one of four children, and from his youth had a funny sense of humor and liked to joke around. He was a graduate of Richland High School's class of 1969. Joe was a hardworking and dedicated man. He left his print in the Dallas-Fort Worth area working on many construction projects as an HVAC Superintendent. He was very proud to have worked on projects such as the Dallas Omni Hotel, the Tarrant County Jail, the Dallas Cowboy's "Star" Training Facility, The American Airlines Training Center and numerous Hospitals in the Dallas Fort Worth Area. At the time of his passing, Joe was working at Christus Spohn Hospital of Corpus Christi with Brandt Construction Company. During his 41 years in the HVAC trade, Joe also worked with De Moss Company, Trinity Contractors and Polk Mechanical. Joe's job, though a difficult one, enabled him to help guide young men starting in the trade and allowed him to help them turn their life around.


Joe very much enjoyed cooking out and working on his beloved Camaro. Anywhere he went, he liked to have a good time and laughing would abound. Family Trips, cruises, and spending time with his wife and daughter, were the top of his list. A beloved husband, loving father, and friend will be dearly missed.


He is preceded in death by his son, Christopher Williamson; parents, Betty and Charles Williamson; brother, Dennis Williamson.


Joe is survived by his wife of 45 years, Bobbie Ann Williamson; Daughter, Julie Williamson, and her significant other, Johnny Barnett; Sisters, Cheryl Smitherman and Sue Hoskins; mother-in-law, Barbara Wacker, numerous sisters and brothers in law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.