202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 1/27/2016 18:00:00
202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 1/27/2016 19:30:00
Lois May Wilson, age 80, resident of Willard, Ohio passed away on Friday, January 22, 2016 at the Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, Ohio. She was born on April 29, 1935 in Norwalk to the late Cecil and Marjorie (Eastman) Garner and had been an area resident most of her life. Mrs. Wilson had been employed as the former manager of the Willard Elks Lodge and the Golden Fried Chicken Restaurant in Brenham, Texas, as well as a homemaker. She enjoyed cooking, canning, gardening and her grandchildren.
She is survived by nine children, sons, Michael (Sharon), Mansfield; Richard Wilson (Anna Means) of New Haven; Kenneth Wilson II (Rhonda Everly) of Mt. Gilead; and Daniel (Karen) Wilson of Katy, TX; daughters, LoWayne “Jo” Rios, Galveston, TX; Lana (Denny) Perry of Cambridge; Carol “CJ” (John) Bice of Killeen, TX; Deanna (Michael) Gurka of Greenwich; and Roberta “Bobbi” (Jake) McKenzie of Willard; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; two brothers, Randall Garner of North Fairfield; and Richard “Dick” Garner of Newark; a sister, Shirley Krupp of Bellevue; along with nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Wilson; a sister, Roberta Knudsen; and twin brother, Larry Garner.
Visitation will be held at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard, Ohio on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM where a funeral service will be held at 7:30 PM with Pastor Joseph Green officiating. Online condolences can be made at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
RICK,MIKE AND FAMILY…OUR SINCERE CONDOLONCES ON THE PASSING OF YOUR MOTHER. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE AND ALWAYS LOOK OVER YOU.
FROM YOUR FRIENDS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS POST 514 WILLARD
Thoughts and prayers.
Prayers to the Wilson family. I hope you are comforted in knowing that your Mom and Dad are now together again in heaven. Lois was a great cook and actually gave me my first cookbook. (which I still have). I appreciate the life lessons I learned from her many years ago. Lois may you rest in peace.
We all have those special people in our lives, those special friends we love as family. Thank you for being in my life for a short time and showing me family is not just about being blood. It’s about trust, honesty, love and respect. You were like a mother to me. I will miss our times out to go shopping. I will miss the meals you fixed on Sundays. You were the first person I ran across who could cook as good as my mother. I will miss our visits. All in all I will just miss YOU. But, I will see you again someday.
Please accept my condolences. Lois was my neighbor .and a very good one. we enjoyed sharing recipes and dishes.We loved the same books.She was a lovely person, and I cared for her deeply I will see her again.Peace to her family.
To my mom i am going to miss you so much. I will miss our talks our lake trip we took last year i am so thankful i got to do that with you because that put a smile on your face.You are and were my best friend and i will never forget you. You will always be in my heart. Say hello to dad and now you wont be so lonely cuz he is with you again. I will always love and i will never forget you. I will see you soon and give you and dad a hug again…kisses to you…
Bobbi, Jake and family, Sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
Love, Marsha Ganni and
Ashley & Ethan Wenninger
My dear sister we will miss you so much especially our phone calls just about every evening. I will miss all the recipes you shared with me. You will be forever in our hearts. Love you so much. Prayers to all your kids that won’t have Mom anymore.
You have our deepest sympathy and we have all of you in our Prayers .