Ellen Vivian Williamson

Ellen Vivian Williamson
Ellen Vivian Williamson

Ellen Vivian Williamson, 93, of Canyon, TX passed away on March 2, 2021.

Graveside services will be at 1:30 P.M., Saturday, March 6, 2021, at Elmhurst Cemetery in Guymon, OK. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd., Amarillo, TX.

She was born in Adams, OK on January 2, 1928, to Earnest and Martha Koehler. She graduated from Adams High School and received a music education degree from Oklahoma University.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Vicky K. Hudgeons.

She is survived by husband, LeRoy Williamson; sister, Ruth Mikles (her sons, Larry, Wayne, and Tony Mikles); son, Mark (Sandy) Williamson; daughters, Jere (Alan) Newton, and Janet (Tommy) Grace; grandchildren, Sean (Sherri) Hudgeons, Stefanie Hudgeons, Lauren (Russ) Morter, Valerie (Brian) Mailhot, Audra Grace, Evan Grace, Luke Williamson, Tess Williamson; and great-grandchildren, Brett Hudgeons, Darian Hudgeons, Tanner Hudgeons, Jamison Hudgeons, Matthew Morter, Wesley Morter, and Caroline Mailhot.

The family requests that memorial donations are made in her memory to P.E.O. Chapter Z for the Vicky Hudgeons Scholarship. For checks – P.E.O. Foundation 3700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines Iowa 50312. For other donations – donations.peointernational.org

3 Replies to “Ellen Vivian Williamson”

  1. We loved this sweet God fearing couple. They were in our Sunday School class when they were in town during the winter. Ellen will be missed.

  2. I just learned of Ellen’s passing, and I extend my sympathy to all of her family, and especially
    to Leroy. My late husband, Robert (Bob) Beckley and I have known both Ellen and Leroy since
    they were members of First Presbyterian, Canyon, where Robert was organist. I had not
    seen either of them in recent years, but was always glad to see them on the occasions when
    I did. Ellen was a sweet and thoughtful person. I know you will miss her, but we all look
    forward to seeing her again.
    With caring thoughts,
    Cheryl Beckley

  3. Ellen’s family,
    I was sad to hear of Ellen’s death. She was a dear friend in PEO, and we had the honor of becoming 50 year members the same year. I still make her “Orange or Apricot marmalade Muffins” and think of her each time. Your mother was a lovely and dear person. I send sincere condolences.

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