Fay Williamson
Fay Williamson
Fay Williamson
Fay Williamson
Fay Williamson
Fay Williamson

Obituary of Fay A. Williamson

Fay A. Williamson age 92, died on Thursday December 31, 2020, at Vienna Gardens. There will be no prior calling hours. Burial will be private for the family. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of ones choosing. Fay was born on June 26, 1928 in Rochester, NY., the daughter of the late Clarence and Doris Goodnow Balcom. Fay graduated from Phelps Central School in 1946. After school, Fay went to work for Shuron Optical in Geneva, NY as well as becoming the bookkeeper for Williamson and Coston Heating and Plumbing. Fay was a 50 year member of the Eastern Stars. She was also a member of the United Church of Phelps. In her younger years, Fay enjoyed bowling in a woman’s bowling league. All her life she loved trips to Adirondacks and time spent on Seneca and Honeoye Lakes. Autumn drives through the Finger lakes region were always something Fay looked forward to. She loved time with family, talks of years gone by. She liked eating out and shopping. She enjoyed her friends and activities at Vienna Gardens . She loved it when Midlakes Band & chorus came to play at Vienna Gardens. Through the years she loved & thoroughly enjoyed going to Midlakes Theater & Band concerts. One of her great joys was watching her Great Grandchildren preform in Red Jacket plays. Fay is survived by her 3 children; David Williamson Alan (Sharon) Williamson Lori (David) Naukam Grandchildren; Jennifer (Richard) Vienna, Michael Williamson, Bradley Naukam, Jerad (Linda) Naukam Great Grandchildren; Mason Vienna, Brooklyn Vienna, McKinleigh Williamson, Cole Naukam, Prentiss Naukam, Madison Cole. Fay was predeceased by her husband, Norman Williamson.
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