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Della Williamson

Della Williamson

The family of Della Marie Williamson, formerly of Fredericton, NB, announce her passing on March 21, 2011 at Orchard View Long Term Care, Gagetown, NB.
Born May 30, 1929 in Stellarton, NS, she was the daughter of the late William and Nellie (Fenton) MacFarlane and the beloved wife of the late Charles F. Williamson.
Della was a very active member of Christ Church Parish Church, the Order of St. Luke, as well as other women’s groups. She was a retired Registered Nurse having worked at the Victoria Public Hospital, the Infirmary at UNB and the Dr. Chalmers Regional Hospital.
Survived by her seven children: Debra Ringuette (Maurice) of Pickering, ONT, Dene Williamson (Carol) of Stratford, PEI, Heather Williamson (Robert) of Halifax, NS, Holly Currie (Andrew) of Douglas NB, Lynn Williamson of Fredericton, Scott Williamson of Baddeck, NS, and Janice Williamson (Jack) of Toronto, ONT; a sister, Brenda Deagle of Stellarton, NS; seven grandchildren: Scott Williamson, Dene and Lindsay Ringuette, Heath (Olga), Jarrod and Wesley Currie, and Cecilia Williamson, and several nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by a granddaughter, Emily Christine Currie; sisters, Tina Richard (Lenny), Lina Henderson (Stan); brothers, Bill and John MacFarlane.
Although there will be no visitation, a celebration of her life will be held at Christ Church Parish Church, Westmorland Street on Friday, March 25, 2011 at 11a.m. Rev. Anthony Kwaw will officiate assisted by Rev. Joyce Perry and the Venerable John Sharpe. Interment in the Forest Hill Cemetery at a later date.
Memorials may be made to Orchard View Long Term Care or Christ Church Parish Church Restoration Fund.
Bishop’s Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements.
The family wishes to express their appreciation to the staff at Orchard View Long Term Care for the excellent care and love provided to their Mother.


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