Jack Williamson Obituary, Death – It is difficult to believe that we are even writing this, but we feel compelled to let you know that Jack Williamson, a cherished friend, mentor, and role model, passed away. Jack is sorely missed. It’s still challenging to comprehend what truly happened, and things could never become any clearer. We’ve worked with and with Jack for the past twenty years. He has consistently demonstrated his belief in us, offered assistance, and, to be very honest, treated us like his own children.

At United Capital Mortgage in Alcoa, he and I got our start. Soon after, we moved to Northshore Drive and changed the name of our company to United Capital Lending. We finally relocated into the Kingston Pike building and changed our name to People’s Home Equity. He was there to completely back us when we made the decision to open our own store in Gettysvue. Later, when we shared an office with him in our current location in Walker Springs, we kept doing that. We leaped at the chance to live together again when it came about and accepted it without hesitation.

He was noticed by everyone in the room because of his laughter, which resonated throughout the space. He brought back the “good old days” at the mortgage firm and gave our staff a sense of family once more by making friends with them and creating a spirit of cooperation among us. He would stop by frequently to check on us, hear our worries, have fun sports banter with us, and ask us about our families. Along with being a great businessman, he was also a loyal and considerate friend. The two of us were referred to as “The Girls” by him.

I always paid attention to his advice when he said to “Call the Girls… The Girls will take care of you.” He delegated to us the management of both his own company and the companies of his closest friends. He was always up front with us, and he made judgments that were in our best interests. Our beloved, Jack, you will be dearly missed. You are aware that if we had followed you, we would have told you. I love you very much and will always have beautiful memories of you. Margo and Marissa