Beams Funeral Home

200 W Toledo St Box 5, Fremont, IN


Benjamin Todd Williamson

July 5, 1954July 22, 2019

Benjamin “Todd” Williamson, age 65, of Fremont, Indiana, passed away on Monday, July 22, 2019 at Parkview Regional Medical Center.

Todd was born on July 5, 1954 in Bellefontaine, Ohio to Benjamin and Jane Williamson, they preceded him in death. He grew up in Edwardsburg, Michigan, and graduated from Edwardsburg High School. Todd later lived in Fort Wayne, Indiana prior to moving to Fremont.

Todd married Myra Ann VanCuren on November 22, 1980 in Fort Wayne.

He formerly worked for M & C Trenching, Fremont, Indiana.

Todd had a great love for his wife and his family. He also had a love for fishing and gardening. He was known as a man that went out of his way to help others, and enjoyed making anyone’s life easier. Todd was a member of the Sons of the American Legion, Fremont, Indiana.

Survivors include his wife, Myra Williamson of Fremont, Indiana, children, Britt Williamson of China Spring, Texas, Anthony Williamson (and his fiancée, Heather) of Prospect, Kentucky, and Travis (Kayla) Williamson of Fremont, Indiana, grandchildren, Delilah, Lauren, and Tristan, great-grandchildren, William, Paisley, and Macie, a brother, Cliff (Amber) Williamson of Edwardsburg, Michigan, sisters, Denise (Alan) Bowman of Elkhart, Indiana, Lisa (Gene) Duncan of Edwardsburg, Michigan, and Susie (Max) Shafer of Goshen, Indiana, an aunt, Clara Young of Springfield, Ohio, a sister-in-law, Trice Butler of Grabill, Indiana, and her son, Ben Butler of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 3-6 pm Saturday, August 3, 2019 at the Fremont American Legion Cassel Post # 257, 301 South Wayne Street, Fremont, Indiana.

Memorial donations in his memory may be made in care of the family.


  • In care of the Family


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, August 3, 2019


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David Bloom

August 2, 2019

nothing more than a very good friend. always ready to help. always ready to party. always ready to be a brother. i will miss him.

Jena Stuckey

July 31, 2019

I only knew Todd for a couple of years, but in just that short time, Todd taught me how to dry wall (he helped me finish some of our basement), as well as how to start a garden. The kids and I always loved it when Todd would stop by with some sort of harvest from his garden, flowers, or just visit and see how my garden was doing. With him working right next door (at M&C Trenching), we were able to see him frequently, and not only did he make an impact in my life, but my children's lives as well. Todd will surely be missed, but never forgotten.

Michelle Cox

July 28, 2019

Dear Myra..I have thought long and hard..I cannot remember the first time I met Todd..it seems like hecwas always there! And yes, we all had such great times...like when Todd may have had a little too much to drink, jumped over a campfire and broke his foot..he refused to get it checked by a doctor til the next day..and then we all told him it was probably broken...that was down by Bedford..so many years ago...such great fun camping .. my kids were little then..so its more like decades ago..
Love to you all..hang on to your memories..they are truly golden..

Lynn Beers

July 26, 2019

Myra do you remember telling me”see that man over there? The one with the moustache and hat? Well, that’s the man I’m going to marry.” Had you even met him yet or was it love at first sight?! And that, Anthony and Travis is the beginning of your mom and dad’s love story. I remember it was Todd’s bday and your mom asked him to stop by, I believe she bought him a wallet. He pulled up in his truck and that’s really the first time I met him. There’s no doubt he loved your mom and his children. He came to Fort Wayne and did my bathroom because your mom asked him to. He was a good man and will be missed by many. God bless you all at this time love Lynn

Jennifer Rigelman-Reffeitt

July 24, 2019

I don’t know where to even start with this but I guess it starts from me being a little girl meeting Todd & growing to know the whole family. Myra you have always been like a second mom to me and my heart aches for you all 😢 Thanks for many many memories and letting me be part of the family even if it’s not blood .
Todd you will be missed terribly 😢😢
R.I.P. till we meet again ❤️❤️
Love always , Jenn Rigelman-Reffeitt

Myra Williamson

July 24, 2019

Oh honey I miss you so very much

Carol Middleton

July 24, 2019

We will never forget the generosity of Todd and Myra . We were marraid at their home during Falldown 1995 everything was perfect down to the frogs on the cake Thanks for the good memories Todd ( who’s gone to soon ) and Myra . Brian & Carol Middleton

Janeen Parrish

July 24, 2019

Todd you will be greatly missed! You have touched so many people lives! I will always remember the great Fall Down Parties that you would have on your property ! You and Tom jumping those damn campfires! Me waiting for someone to get hurt! Which it happened! Rest in Peace our friend! Until we meet again!