Ivan Elwood Williamson

June 20, 1927June 11, 2018

Ivan Elwood Williamson was born on June 20, 1927 in Normal, IL and passed away on June 11, 2018.


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Pamala Yates Wolf

June 21, 2018

Could not start to tell all the stories I have about Tide and Joyce. Too many to remember with the Swinging Mates Square Dance Club. Many fond memories. Condolences to his daughters, whom I know well, and their families.

Janie Whitesell

June 21, 2018

Memory..... How do you share a memory when Uncle Tide was a big part of our lives growing up. The hugs (strong but gentle), the smile, the comfort Uncle Tide gave many especially myself. I was blessed by the grace of God to be able to return back to Le Roy ten years ago after being away for thirty years. Was so happy to be reunited with this Williamson family again. Even with the years of not seeing them my love never stopped. Uncle Tide leaves a beautiful legacy in his children, grandchildren, great great grandchildren.... family. Because he had a love like no other and shared with everyone. Looking at these pictures brought tears but my heart is filled. Thank you God for sending this man into MY LIFE and into others. Uncle Tide is one of many that molded me into a loving caring person today. Uncle with Aunt Joyce...Hug mom...tell GE stories with dad....till we are together again. My love to all....

Thank you girls for all you do. Karen, Susie, Debbie, Cindy, Kathy - I love you.

Janie Whitesell

Rayetta Barnhart Clem

June 19, 2018

Ivan ALWAYS had a smile on his face! When we had a telephone installed, Ivan came out and while he was installing, he was whistling! I am so sorry for the loss of your very dear and sweet Father! I first met your Dad when I worked at Stableton's, then I waited on both of your parents at Page's. Such sweet, sweet people! My thoughts and prayers are with you girls and your families! Love and Hugs, Rayetta Barnhart Clem