Daniel Patrick Williamson
Daniel Patrick Williamson, born October 15, 1996, most treasured and loved son, brother and uncle surrendered his earthly chains and gained his heavenly wings on September 14, 2019. His beautiful smile was contagious. His hugs were like no other as he embraced with all the love in his body and soul. Daniel loved being an uncle to his beautiful nieces Aria and Liza, and as Aria would say Daniel's my best friend. Daniel treasured time with his family and friends. He could brighten any room with his humor and laughter. Daniel loved music and singing out loud to the top of his lungs. His love for music had no boundaries. He had a profound talent for writing and enjoyed reading the classics. Daniel found a love for travel and the ocean in sunny California, where he became actively involved in AA. He touched the lives of many others while going through his own battles. Daniel sought to become a better version of himself. Daniel is survived by his parents Paul (Bridget) Williamson and Laura (Mark) Helvey. Three sisters Aimee Williamson, Emily Robinson, and Alexis Helvey and two brothers Aaron Robinson and Andrew Williamson and two beautiful nieces Aria and Liza Klyse, along with a special brother in law Travis Klyse. Daniel was blessed to be loved like a son by Tim and Deborah May.
In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to the Lantern Center for Recovery in Cleveland Ohio. Donations can be made directly online at Thelantern.info. Visitation will be from 6 - 9 PM Thursday September 19, 2019 at R. E. Rogers Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 7 PM Thursday night at the funeral home. R. E. Rogers Funeral Home of Belfry, KY, is serving the Williamson family. Online condolences at rerogersfh.com
Published on September 17, 2019


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