Harry L. Wilson Sr.

July 1, 1937 - March 24, 2013
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Harry L. Wilson former resident of Cecil County, MD passed away March 24, 2013 in Palm Coast, FL. He was predeceased by his parents Harry Wilson and Sara Hitchens, first wife Sondra Wilson after 45 years of marriage and son Harry Jr. (Rusty) He is survived by second wife Nancy R. Wilson of 8 ½Continue Reading

Don E Palmatary left a message on April 18, 2013:
Harry I'm sorry we didn't see more of each other in our later years. I wii always remember our race from Hill Top to Maryland Delaware state line my 1949 Plymouth against your friend V8 1949 ford and we won. You on the edge of the shaking. What a ride. God bless.
Richard Palmatary left a message on April 18, 2013:
Dear Kim and Nancy, My memories of Harry go way back to when we were kids. Of course he lived with Mom Mom and Dad Dad on the farm. Harry, my sister Elaine, our cousin Lois Ann all played together as we all were born within a year of each other, gosh how time flies. One vivid memory I have goes back to 1947 when I was hurt and was in the hospital in Wilmington. One night they brought Harry in with a broken leg from roller skating. So we both spent time in the hospital together. I was so sadden to hear of his death. I was so looking forward to seeing you all for dinner. My thoughts and prayers are with both of you. Love, Richard
Elaine Holbrook Smith left a message on April 11, 2013:
Dear Kim and Nancy, I am blessed to have been a cousin of Harry's. He had such a pleasant smile, quite manner, wonderful sense of humor and a great love for life. We always kidded about our age because he was 11 days older than me. I have fond memories of summer vacations with Harry at our Payne grandparents. Later years, he moved close by us in Florida and I had the pleasure of getting to know he and Nancy in our older years. I am saddened by his passing but know he is without pain and is with our Lord. Our fond memories of him can never be taken away. I still miss his Mother, my Aunt Sara. God bless Kim and Nancy.
Judy Tredway left a message on April 2, 2013:
Dear Nancy and Family, We are so saddened to learn of Harry's passing. I particularly will always remember him as my first boss coming to Aberdeen Proving Ground. He was wonderful to work for and had such a great sense of humor. He certainly made life and work fun! You are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope the love and memories you have of Harry, and with the spirit and love of God, you will soon have great peace in your hearts. Love always, Judy (and George too, of course)
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