Layne Williamson June 25, 1959 - November 21, 2021

Fabricator and farmer, Layne Williamson, had an enthusiasm for life that will be remembered with laughter, love, and fun times, long after his passing.

Layne passed away November 21, 2021, at the age of 62, surrounded by loved ones who will strive to honor his memory by living their lives to the fullest. He was born in Provo, Utah, June 25, 1959, to LeRoy and Lou Jean Robbins Williamson. He grew up on West Mountain, attending schools in Payson, where he graduated from Payson High School.

Layne married Sydney Taylor; they later divorced.

He enjoyed the simplest of pleasures in his life, such as riding his motorcycles, farming, raising animals, and gardening (he loved his flowers and vegetables – what a “green thumb” he had). He also enjoyed going fishing, on hunting trips, camping, and just enjoying time with his family and friends. He loved teasing his kids and grandkids, often saying, “Excuse me, twa,” and we all knew what he meant when he said that. He could often be found exploring the mountain slopes of Utah and Montana, either on a horse or in a side-by-side. He lived for the outdoors.

He is survived by his girlfriend, Tiffini; his four daughters: Krezzenda (Kyle), Kearsten (Michael), Gentri (Ernie), and Shelby; and by Tiffini’s children: Lacey (Gavin) and Parley (Erica). Also, survived by his brother, Garth (Becky); his sisters: Jeanne Crews, Jill Newton, Vickie (Scott) Phillips; his nine grandkids; and many nieces and nephews. Layne was preceded in death by his grandparents; parents, LeRoy and Lou Jean Williamson; brother-in-law, Robert Crews; and nieces, Ashley Campbell and Merissa Baum.

A Celebration of Life for Layne will be held in his honor Friday, November 26, 2021, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Walker Funeral Home, 587 South 100 West, Payson, Utah 84651.

Ride on, Layne . . . till we see you again!


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Celebration of Life

Friday afternoon, November 26, 2021

3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Walker Funeral Home

587 South 100 West

Payson, Utah 84651


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