Radney Funeral Home


Steven R. Williamson

December 14, 1958July 24, 2021

Steven R. Williamson – a 62 year-old resident of Saraland passed away at his home on Saturday, July 24, 2021. Mr. Williamson was a 1976 graduate of Satsuma High School and worked as a barber in Saraland for 11 years. He retired from Courtalds as a chemical operator after 18 years of service. Mr. Williamson was currently employed with MAE as an interior lead. A good Christian, he was a faithful member of Bayou Sara Baptist Church. Mr. Williamson was preceded in death by his mother, Maria Guevara. He is survived by his beloved wife of 37 years, Teresa Collins Williamson; children, Melodie Williamson Sarubin (Mark) and Stephen Tyler Williamson; father, William R. Williamson; siblings, Regina Duran (Fernando), Eddie Williamson (Heidi), Keith Williamson (Michelle), and Donna Williamson (Keith); many other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held from Bayou Sara Baptist Church on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, at 12 noon. The family will receive friends at the church from 10 a.m. until the service hour. Interment will be in Mobile Memorial Gardens. Serving as pallbearers will be Doyle Chisholm, Wakey Boyles, Mark Sarubin, David Garbo, Dennis Davis, and Julio Desouza. Honorary pallbearers are Richard Kelly, Rick Kelly, Tommy Jackson, and Steve Holland. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Bayou Sara Baptist Church, 12 Bayou Sara Ave., Saraland, AL 36571. Condolences may be offered at


  • William R. Williamson, Father
  • Maria Guevara, Mother (deceased)
  • Teresa Collins Williamson, Beloved Wife of 37 Years
  • Melodie Williamson & Mark Sarubin, Daughter & Son-in-law
  • Stephen Tyler Williamson, Son
  • Regina & Fernando Duran, Sister & Brother-in-law
  • Eddie & Heidi Williamson, Brother & Sister-in-law
  • Keith & Michelle Williamson, Brother & Sister-in-law
  • Donna Williamson & Keith, Sister & Brother-in-law
  • Survivors also include many other relatives and friends.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, July 28, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, July 28, 2021


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Glenda Wert

July 27, 2021

I grew up with Steve & his family & love them all dearly. We were a close neighborhood & we all share many fond memories. Cowgirls & Indians… talent shows..& dancing to his mom’s records. Fun times! He was a good person & will be missed by many. Still can’t believe he’s gone. Tell Maria hello for me.❤️
Prayers for family & friends🙏

Richard Williamson

July 27, 2021

Uncle Steve was and still is a shining light for all of us. He not only heard the words of God. He listened and it showed by the way he lived his life. By the way he loved us.

Uncle Steve had an impact on each and every one of us. Our lives are better because of him. Our lives are changed by the way he loved us. Uncle Steve will always be with us. Uncle Steve will always be the shining light of our family.

Donna Williamson

July 26, 2021

No one could pick on someone and keep a straight serious face like you did and then turn around and wink and burst out laughing! For some reason, I always caught your humor and I usually was the one you were winking at. What I wouldn’t do to get one more wink from you. We have so many treasured memories to look back on and smile about. I’m so grateful knowing that you are now resting in the loving arms of your Savior.

Maria Williamson

July 25, 2021

I will always remember how every time it was someone’s bday, there was bound to be whipped cream in someone’s face. I remember the time uncle Steve was hiding around every corner ready to cream us in the face. He will be severely missed but I find peace in knowing he’s not suffering and he’s gone to be with grandma❤️

Melodie Sarubin

July 25, 2021

I will always remeber my first anniversary my parents went with us to Orlando and we had the best time and it was the first vacay they had on a long while. My dad was so excited to get to go. My mom told me he had bought shirts to go on the trip that was 6 months out at the time. I was so glad they went.