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Mary Wilson

Mary Gee Wilson

Saturday, August 2nd, 1930 - Monday, May 11th, 2020
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Obituary

Mrs. Mary Gee Wilson of South Hill went to be with her Heavenly Father on May 11th, 2020. Born and raised in South Hill, Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Marjorie Evans and Harvey Gray Gee. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Malcolm Wilson; brothers, Earl Gee and Ben Gee; and son, James Malcolm Wilson Jr. She is survived by her loving son, William Earl Wilson (Bill) and his wife, Martha Berry Wilson. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Brandy Gillespie, James Wilson (Michele), and Raine Wilson; and one great-grandson, Jace.
Mary had a fulfilling life, best known as an exuberant conversationalist, avid gardener, and active member at Westminster Presbyterian Church. She served as the President of the Women of the Church for a number of years. A nurturing woman, Mary was a beloved member of the South Hill community. She will be best remembered for her vibrant and energetic way with both family and strangers. Her spunk and love of life were apparent to all who came to know her. A celebration of her life will be held at 11am Saturday, August 8, 2020 at her home. In lieu of flowers, memorial considerations may be placed in her memory to the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be shared at www.farrarfuneralhome.net. Farrar Funeral Home of South Hill is serving the Wilson family.
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Tom Pankey

Posted at 10:25am
Sending positive thoughts and fantastic memories of times that Mary Wilson opened her home and her heart to others. Tom Pankey,
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Mary Mayo

Posted at 02:53pm
Dear Bill and family, I am so sorry for your loss. "Godmother Wilson", as I always called her, was someone I always admired. I have known her my whole life and although did not see her as often as we both would have liked, she was the kindest, sweetest, funny lady I was proud to have as my Godmother. My best to all of you. With love, Mary Mayo
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Lacy Howerton

Posted at 09:12am
Bill I am just learning about your Mom's death.
So sorry to hear. I hope you and your family are ok. She definitely was one of a kind.
Lacy
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Powell

Posted at 11:59am
To Mary's family we send our deepest sympathy. Mary was a wonderful lady. She was full of spirit, love and kindness. We loved the time we have shared with her over the years especially sharing our horses with her. We would sit and talk for hours. Everyone at Sardis Church has missed her at the Fish Fry. God speed Mary Wilson we truly miss you. Tommy & Jo Ann Powell
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Bill Frye

Posted at 08:44am
Dear Bill,
So sorry to read of your mom's passing. What a great woman she was. Best cook ever and could carry a conversation! Plus, had total control of Big Jim. I enjoyed many weekends at the farm with your brother, water skiing and helping your dad around the place. She was a very special lady and will be sorely missed.
Bill Frye
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