Sammie Joyce Williamson

January 13, 1933 — December 26, 2021

Sammie Joyce Williamson

Sammie Joyce Williamson, 88 of Albany, GA, passed away on December 26, 2021.

Sammie was born in Kirbyville, TX on January 13, 1933 and was the second youngest of 6 children. She graduated from High School in 1949 and pursued various clerical careers before marrying David Williamson in 1954 a marriage that has lasted for 68 years.
After spending much time in California, Texas, and Florida, the couple moved to Albany, GA in 1987, and retired there in the late 1990’s.

Sammie did clerical volunteer work with the Navy Marine Corp Relief Society from the mid 1990’s to the early 2000’s. She also was also very active in the American Legion Auxiliary unit 30, holding several offices including President and Historian. During her time with the organization, Sammie organized card parties and visits to Veterans Homes. She also supported the charity work of the 40 and 8, participating in many train parades. Sammie’s hobbies included, crochet, online computer gaming and writing. She was the author of 2 published novels under the pen mane of S. J. Berry.

Sammie is survived by her husband, David, her sons John Bruce and Samuel, her daughters Janet and Leah, three grandchildren, Erika, Chris and Patrick as well as many nieces and nephews, and friends, who will all miss her.

A memorial service for both David and Sammie Joyce will be held in Albany, GA at American Legion Post 30 at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. They will be interred at the Andersonville National Cemetery in Americus, GA. The family wishes to thank all who have sent cards, gifts and made calls and especially thank Phoebe Hospice for all their care and help through his illness and passing.

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