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His Excellency Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson
Sunrise: October 21, 1954 Sunset: December 10, 2017.

With profound regrets and deep sadness, the Williamson, Charlie, King, Mayson and Smith families announce the home-going of His Excellency Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson. This sad event occurred on the tenth day of December in the year of our Lord two thousand seventeen at the precise time of one fifty-one post meridian, at the Northwest Hospital complex located in the city of Randallstown, Maryland, USA.

Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson was predeceased by his wife of 29 years, Massa Clarke-Williamson and his parents, Reverend Alzetta Bahnti King Williamson and Counselor Joseph Edward Williamson Sr.

The late Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson is survived by his wife, Roseline Charlie-Williamson, four daughters, namely: Mrs. Mercy Williamson-Uwujaren (Jacob), Ms. Sedia Williamson, Mrs. Maeshen Williamson-Zawolo (Guanquoi) and Ms. Catherine Williamson, one stepdaughter, Ms. Sarah Roberts, five grandchildren, namely: Fataba Gailor, Dyrus Gailor, Cooper Zawolo, Gilbert Uwujaren and Eberre Uwujaren, siblings Ms. Edwina N'yonnowleh Williamson, Mr. Joseph Edward Williamson (K-Marie), Mrs. Saydah Williamson-Taylor (Stephen), Mr. Joel Eric Williamson (Raquel), Mrs. Marconi Williamson-Sackor (Patrick), Mr. Nixon Omar Smith (Dottie), Mr. Emmett K. Fiawoo Sr. (Irene), Mr. Charles A. Snetter (Sewel), Counselor Frank Musa Dean, Ms. Johnetta Stewart, Ms. Pamelia King and a host of others, nephews and nieces Augustus Sheldon, Samuel Sheldon, Emma Williamson, Moloweh Freeman, Yasheka Williamson, Joseph Williamson III, Alexander Taylor, Ethel Taylor, Joel Williamson Jr., James Williamson, Christian Gardea, and a host of others. Also to mourn Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson’s loss are many uncles, aunties, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral Services for the late Ambassador Henry Dyrus Williamson will be held on December 29th and 30th, 2017.

Wake Keeping: Friday, December 29, 2017, 6pm-9pm. Silver Spring United Methodist Church. 8900 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Funeral: Saturday, December 30, 2017, 9am-12pm. Silver Spring United Methodist Church. 8900 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Internment: Gate of Heaven Cemetery. 13801 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20906

K-Marie Williamson: 443-528-0297
Enid Andrews: 443-803-3172
Florence Clarke Lymas: 301-257-0050
Handel K.C. Diggs 917-319-7200

Hotel accommodations:
Double Tree by Hilton: 8727  Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Hilton Garden Inn: 7301 Waverly Street, Bethesda, MD 20814 (link to additional hotels with group rate)

If you need additional assistance with accommodations/travel, please contact Angela Hooks-Sheldon at 443-630-4865, 443-403-5828 or .

Anyone wishing to express their sympathy, condolences, and respects are encouraged to do so via phone calls and emails to the below listed email addresses and phone numbers:

Mrs. Roseline Charlie-Williamson (231886-416-920)
Mrs. Mercy Williamson-Uwujaren & Mr. Jacob Uwujaren (470-424-4326),
Mrs. Maeshen Williamson-Zawolo & Mr. Gee Zawolo (302-559-4289),
Ms. Sedia Williamson
Ms. Catherine Williamson
Ms. Edwina Williamson 443-744-0898,
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Williamson (4102408151), (4435280297),
Mrs. Saydah Williamson Taylor (23177816186)  
Mr. Joel Williamson (443 810 3758)
Mrs. Marconi Williamson-Sackor (443-740-1672)
Ms. Johnetta Stewart (231886510061)
Mr. Charles Minor (231886470883)
Cllr. Musah Dean (231886510519)
Mr.  Charles Snetter (231886679876)