Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

A silent procession of Verizon trucks, motorcycles and police vehicles pass the Johnson Funeral Home on William Street in Dexter as loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, gather outside during the funeral Friday afternoon. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

DEXTER — A silent procession of Verizon trucks, motorcycles and police vehicles passed the Johnson Funeral Home on William Street on Friday afternoon as loved ones of Alec R. Williamson, 38, a Verizon worker who was killed Oct. 13 on the job, gathered for his funeral.

Mr. Williamson, of Watertown, an Army veteran, served two tours of duty in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom.

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

A silent procession of Verizon trucks, motorcycles and police vehicles pass the Johnson Funeral Home on William Street in Dexter as loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, gather outside during the funeral Friday afternoon. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

Co-workers and friends of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, make their way to Johnson Funeral Home after driving dozens of company trucks in a procession past loved ones gathered for the funeral on William Street in Dexter Friday afternoon. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

An American flag suspended between two Verizon trucks moves with the wind as loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, gather outside of the Johnson Funeral Home for his funeral on William Street on Friday afternoon in Dexter. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

Co-workers and friends of Alec Williamson make their way to Johnson Funeral Home after driving dozens of company trucks in a procession past loved-ones. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

A silent procession of Verizon trucks, motorcycles and police vehicles passed the Johnson Funeral Home on William Street in Dexter where loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, gathered for his funeral, Friday afternoon. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

Co-workers and friends of Alec Williamson made custom shirts to honor their late friend at his funeral Friday. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

Co-workers and friends of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, wait in line to pay their respects along with dozens of other loved ones, Friday afternoon at Johnson Funeral Home on William Street in Dexter. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

An American flag suspended between two Verizon trucks moves with the wind as loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, gather outside of the Johnson Funeral Home for his funeral on William Street, Friday afternoon in Dexter. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

Tribute for Verizon worker killed on job

An American flag suspended between two Verizon trucks moves with the wind as loved ones of Alec Williamson, a Verizon worker who was killed last Tuesday on the job, line up outside of the Johnson Funeral Home for his funeral on William Street Friday afternoon in Dexter. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times

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