ShaneWilliamson, 36, passed away November 16, 2009 with his dear Mother by his side.
Shane was a man of extraordinary talents. Being a very sensitive and caring person; Shane was able to use those talents to service his fellow man as a professional in the funeral industry. Shane spent his time writing extensively in journals, creating art and cooking gourmet meals. He traveled extensively throughout the world taking in all what other cultures had to offer. Shane was always on the move, but always took the time to encourage others to follow their dreams.
Shane is survived by his mother Donna Sullivan; grandmother Frankie Williamson; close friends Teresa and her daughter Reana Williamson, Paula Finn (Wifey), Isaac Crummey, Jorge De La Garza, Justin Hickson, Jayesyn Nelson, Kelly Gillispie.
Shane will forever be missed by everyone that knew and loved him.
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I am so sorry. Shane was one of those few people you meet in your life that will always be with you in some shape or form. He was a very special man and I will look forward to meeting him again.
Posted by: Rayne H Blaha - friend Dec 25, 2009
Shane was a beautiful soul amidst a crazy unstable "friend" and shane lightened my world i am so lucky to have had the secret conversations that we had about life, love and those who we REALLY love as opposed to those that are just filling the gap and paying our bills.... I miss him!!!
Posted by: jaye - manhattan, NY - friend Dec 20, 2009
It's so strange. When I received an invitation to your memorial service from you on Facebook, I thought it was Shane being Shane, with his obsession for blood, death, and odd artistic views. I'm now so incredibly saddened. I feel very lucky to be able to have something of you and your art with me for(my)ever. Love you. Giampi
Posted by: Giampiero Mancinelli - Marseille - France - Friend Dec 16, 2009
Shane (larry) made me aware of my own abilities to love unconditionally and to see that real love does not involve selfishness or ownership but rather a greater hope for individuals to reach their highest potential. Since the day I met him I have never loved another quite the same way as I loved him. Thorns and all :P In truth, I will not miss my darling boy. For I know his undying lust for experience is propelling him toward
Shane (larry) made me aware of my own abilities to love unconditionally and to see that real love does not involve selfishness or ownership but rather a greater hope for individuals to reach their highest potential. Since the day I met him I have never loved another quite the same way as I loved him. Thorns and all :P In truth, I will not miss my darling boy. For I know his undying lust for experience is propelling him toward greater and far more interesting experiences then this 3rd density reality could offer. I am deeply grateful to have had the intimate moments.
Sneaking into Madonna's Truth or dare daily after work and spending the whole day there. Was only paralleled by the Vhs to Vhs remix we did of the Trailer. There's just far too much to go into here. My heart sings with the silliness which was our relationship/friendship. the chaotic nuances of which only he could have awakened in me... "Don't Stand So Colastomy!!!" HAHAHA!!!! Daily I will think of where he is and what shenanigans he is up to now. The infinite hours discussing William S. Burroughs at Krystal Burger over infinite amounts of coffee. The pottery we spun at UNF on like 3 days of ZERO sleep. Wow... his work was fabtastic...mine... errr... not so much. I will always love you my darling, I wouldn't be the man I am today which I feel is far greater than I had ever hoped to be had it not been for you. Visit often Koopa as I will be dreaming of the days we've had and the days we've yet to share.
More love than I can fathom
Posted by: Marc Sound - Light Brother Dec 09, 2009
Shane and I met in Nicaragua and shared some time at a hostel on Ometepe. Not surprisingly, my blog entry for our interaction is "Too Much Fun". I so enjoyed Shane's spirit and immense kindness and am deeply saddened to learn of his death. My heartfelt condolences to all his family and friends who, I am sure, are far too many to count.