Gregory Devon WilliamsonFebruary 1, 1967 ~ July 28, 2017 (age 50)
Gregory “G-Man” Devon Williamson, 50, of Johnston, died Friday, July 28th, in his home.
Greg was born Covington, TN to the late Joe Lewis Dowell and Josephine Taylor; he was the stepson to the late Lawrence Taylor Sr. Gregory relocated to Ohio, and eventually, he settled in the great state of Rhode Island in 1989.
Greg loved sports and music; he was an avid fan of the San Francisco 49ers. “G-Man” was a painter and contractor by trade, and at one point, he owned and operated his own home improvement business, Williamson Home Improvements. He took great pride in his work and never missed an opportunity to point out and show someone a house that he helped make beautiful.
In his later years, Greg enjoyed barbecuing, being outdoors, spending time with his children and grandchildren, and relaxing with his loved ones. Greg had a great passion for cooking everyone will sorely miss his home-cooked meals. Greg always made it a point to make sure all of his loved ones were fed and enjoying themselves.
Gregory is survived by his children Briana Plomaritis and Derek Plomaritis and their mother, Mary Plomaritis, all of Cranston, children, Vanessa Singer and Kevin Singer of Toledo, OH, and also a daughter, Shania of Providence. Greg’s siblings included brothers, David Williamson, Lawrence Taylor III, Carl Taylor Sr., and Darnell Dowell, sisters, Felecia Williamson, Regina Williamson, Ernestine Smith, Betty Holland, Dorothy Dowell, all of TN. He is also survived by grandchildren, Artemisia Plomaritis and Bryan Mora Jr. of Cranston, Kevin Singer Jr., Emery Singer, Jayda Brown, and Daija Singer, all of Toledo, OH, and many (34) nieces and nephews in Tennessee, many friends, and others who lovingly referred to him as “Uncle Greg”.
Greg “G-Man” will be greatly missed by his family and friends. His memory will always be treasured by those who knew and loved him. His infectious sense of humor, welcoming smile, and beautiful voice will live in our hearts forever. Rest Peacefully.