- Ada, Oklahoma


May 22, 2014

Jason Williamson

MUSTANG — Services for Jason Williamson, 36, will be at 2 p.m. today at Clear Creek Free Will Baptist Church in Mustang, with the Rev. Don Williamson presiding.

Burial will be in Heritage Park under the direction of Williamson Funeral Home of Wetumka, in conjunction with McNeil Funeral Home of Mustang.

Mr. Williamson was born June 7, 1977, in Ada to William “Bill” Dwight Williamson and Peggy Zelllner Williamson. He died Tuesday, May 20, 2014, at OU Medical Center.

Mr. Williamson was raised in Ada, attended the Ada school system and graduated from Ada High School in 1996. He worked various jobs in and around Ada before meeting Nina Christine Synco. They were married Oct. 10, 2010, and first made their home in Norman.

He began working for CSL Plasma, where he received training as a phlebotomist. Following five years of service there, he began working at the Oklahoma Blood Institute, where he had been for the past year and a half.

He and Nina bought their first home and relocated to Mustang in October 2013. His son, Judah Heath, was born Dec. 23, 2013.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents,  Woody and Pinky Williamson; his maternal grandfather, Floyd Zellner; and an uncle, Mike Zellner.

Survivors include his wife, Nina, and son, Judah Heath, of the home in Mustang; his father, Bill Williamson and wife, Judy, of Big Spring, Texas; his mother, Peggy Burris and husband, Frank, of Davis, Calif.; a sister,  Amber Stiles and fiancée, Michael Beauchamp, Brampton, Ontario; his grandmother, Juanita Zellner, Pauls Valley; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

Bearers will be Brandon Holland, James Danielson, Zach Synco, Andrew Staker, Kyle Roetker and Bill McRaven.

Williamson Funeral Home, Wetumka, andMcNeil Funeral Home, Mustang

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