Sue Williamson is in her first year to serve on the Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors. When asked the reason she is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, she says, "I am thrilled to be part of the Chamber. I am learning new concepts and activities in which the chamber is involved. One of our seven principles of working at an electric cooperative is "concern for community" and I am ready to step up and serve the people of Littlefield the best I can."
The thing she likes about Littlefield is: "I love living in the small town atmosphere with the friendly and caring people of Littlefield. It is the best place to live with neighbors and friends helping each other whenever needed, and being part of their lives."
Sue has lived in Littlefiled 8 years. She is Administrative Assistant with Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc. She and her husband, Johnny Williamson, together have five daughters, five sons-in-law, 12 grandchildren (and one on the way). Their children are: Becca and Kenny Navarro of Lubbock; Tonya and Brian Saenz of Littlefield; Kristin and Phillip Bowman of Amarillo; Ashley and Drew McKinnon of Littlefield, and Keeta and James Lucero of Lubbock. "Our awesome grandkids are: Lacey, Summer, Logan, Amanda, Andrea, Gavin, Braedy, Jaylee, Audrey, Diego and twins, Madi and Ally," she says.
Her first job after college was with Lubbock Children's Home, then with Hopson Claims in Amarillo; then Coldwell banker Paxton Real Estate in Levelland, before beginning at Lamb County Electric Coop 14-1/2 years ago. She is a graduate of Levelland High School, and after two years at South Plains College, she received her Bachelor of Secretarial Science degree.
Sue attends church in Lubbock with their children, and she is involved with various community activities, including:
Government-In-Action Youth Tour, a program sponsored by Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc.