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Marcellina Williamson

Marcellina Williamson

Tuesday, July 26th, 1932 - Tuesday, May 19th, 2020
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Obituary

Marcellina Louise, known to all as Marcey, of Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, departed from this earth
peacefully on May 19, 2020 at Highland Park Care Center.
Marcey was born on July 26, 1932. She was the first daughter born to the late Chapman and Winifred
Snowden. Marcy was preceded in death by her husband Samuel Williamson, her daughter Estella
Williamson, son Clinton Williamson, daughter Sandra Williamson, as well as her sister Mildred Snowden,
brother James Snowden, sister Dorothy Bullock, and brother Eugene Snowden.
Marcey, the oldest of 10 children, was born and raised in Newport, Rhode Island. She later went on to
acquire her GED. Then she began her career at Montefiore Hospital located in Oakland, Pennsylvania as
a nursing secretary from 1970 and retired in 1994.
Marcey was an active member of the Covenant Church of Pittsburgh until her health began to decline.
She enjoyed going to the Vintage and club meetings. She was the overseer of all her family. She also
loved to travel. She enjoyed reading and crossword puzzles as well as talking. She was a kind person and
offered to help whenever she could. One thing she sure loved was food! She absolutely loved to eat. Her
favorite question was “What did you cook good for dinner?”. She also thought she was everybody’s
boss. She always “knew” more than you.

Leaving to love and cherish her memory is her only surviving daughter Francine Black; her
granddaughters Meagan (Michael) Acrie and Monique Black; her grandson Shea Williamson; her great
grandsons Rasheen East, Micah Acrie, and Malachi Acrie; brothers Chapman Snowden, Kenneth (Judy)
Snowden; sisters Bertha (Miguel) Araujo, Audrey Wiggington, Roberta (Lawrence) Winston as well as a
host of relatives and friends.
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    Allegheny Cemetery
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Kenneth Snowden

Posted at 10:16am
I visited my sister Marcey and Frank in 1978. I was involved in a motorcycle accident while there. I remember being in the hospital and a policeman questioning/challenging me about driving and not having my glasses on. I vividly remember my big sister arguing with that policeman telling him to go to the scene of the accident to look for my glasses because she knew I would never ride without having them on. I will miss that spirit.
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Kenneth Snowden

Posted at 08:54am
Lovingly, for my big Sister. Your little brother, Ken
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Jacqueline Williamson

Posted at 05:23pm
Aunt Marcy. You are truly missed already! I will remember you as one of the family's best " social planners "!. You knew how to get everyone together and who was to bring what!, & where to bring it! Whenever the Delaware family
came to Pgh. You welcomed us with much love. I loved your homemade baked beans. Praise God you are finally with your "guy" Uncle Sam! Rest in peace Aunt Marcy knowing that Pidgeon, your grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblings, nieces, and nephews will be alright! "Weeping endured for a night but joy cometh in the morning" . We love you, your California Family, Marguerite, Jackie, & families.


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