OBITUARY

Clara Williamson Nalley

April 23, 1933April 1, 2019

Ms. Clara W. Nalley, 85 of McDonough passed away April 1, 2019. She was born in Martinsville, VA on April 23, 1933 to the late Curtis and Elizabeth Williamson. Clara was also preceded in death by her sister Edie McLendon. She was a homemaker and also a substitute teacher for Atlanta Public Schools. Clara was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She is survived by her only son John R. Nalley, two grandchildren, James (Shawna) Nalley and Kelley Smith, three great-grandchildren Carter Nalley, Kendall Nalley and Weston Smith. One brother Curtis (Diane) Williamson and two sisters Dorothy (John) Jones and Barbara Steed. Haisten Funerals and Cremations 770-914-8833

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REMEMBERING

Clara Williamson Nalley

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Samantha Houston

April 6, 2019

Prayers for the Nalley and Williamson families. Every time I see a red bird I will remember Mrs Nalley. Such a sweet lady may she fly and sing with the angels.

Tammy Jones

April 5, 2019

My heart goes out to Roy and his family. Your mother will be missed. Just remember she will always be with you in your heart and your memories

Karen Jackson

April 4, 2019

I knew Clara since I was 14 in high school and she became my mother-in-law a few years later. Not only was she a wonderful grandmother to James and Kelley, she and my mama had a phenomenal friendship that surpassed understanding. I was very fortunate to have this wonderful lady as a part of our crazy extended family and I know she will be deeply missed by all.

Dorothy Jones

April 4, 2019

For my sweet sister; I will keep your poem's and continue to read them. I miss our nightly talks. It will be so lonely without you and Edie. I am so proud to call you sister. Sending more love to you

Dot

Mrs Frances Hornsby

April 4, 2019

Clara was such a sweet Lady we loved her dearly I remember her laugh and smile she will be missed dearly we love you Frances & Tommy

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