Raquel “Rocky” Williamson RIP March 16, 2018

Rocky Williamson

February 6, 1961 – March 16, 2018

Rocky Williamson will be missed by many. Our condolences go out to her friends, family and co workers as well as all the patients that she helped take care of at the Mandarin Wellness Center. It appears Rocky passed away from a heart condition, but as she was such a part of the Lyme community we wanted to honor her with a memorial page.  Please feel free to leave any further information and condolences for her family and friends in the comments below.

In loving memory and celebrating the life of Raquel “Rocky” Williamson, Dr. Hartman’s beloved nurse and friend to many in the #Lymecommunity

Rocky was known for her kind heart, strong faith, and devotion to her family and her children. As a nurse and member of the church, she dedicated her life to helping others.

Viewing will be held this Wednesday, March 21, 2018 from 11:00 am-12:30 with the funeral mass beginning at 12:30 pm at San Juan Del Rio Catholic Church, 1718 SR 13, Jacksonville, FL 32259. Burial will follow at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church 11757 St. Augustine Rd. Jacksonville, Florida 32258.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the the International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society or National Kidney Foundation in honor of her grandson Liam.

Cards and flowers may also be sent in the care of her son:
Jacob Williamson
4423 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207


Jake Williamson Brittany Williamson Lowe Lindsay Roberts

4 thoughts on “Raquel “Rocky” Williamson RIP March 16, 2018”

  1. I recently learned of Rocky’s passing. I really enjoyed seeing her when going for my Lyme Disease appointments. She was always a ray of sunshine and genuinely seemed to care. My heart breaks for all of her family and friends. Such a sweet lady gone way too soon. God must have needed an Angel.

  2. My heart is broken to know she left this world, her family, friends, and so many patients who loved her dearly. Rocky you are a bright star in God’s Heaven. You alone could fill it with your love.

  3. She was a very kind person who dried many of my tears as I was treated for Chronic Lyme Disease at the clinic. She always tried to cheer up her patients and would sit with you for as long as you wanted, listening to every concern you had or worry that was on your mind. She was one of a kind and the world has lost quite a lady.

  4. For, a kind lady, who lived her life helping others, especially lyme patients, I want to express my gratitude for myself and all those in the lyme community, who suffer so greatly. Condolences to her family & friends.May she RIP with God.

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