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Edward Leon Wilson, Jr
  • December 16, 1925
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  • March 27, 2017

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WILSON Edward L. Wilson, December 16, 1925 – March 27, 2017,  of New Smyrna Beach, FL, passed away on March 27, 2017.  He is preceded in death by his daughter, Rebecca Ann; a granddaughter, Tiffany Ann; his brother, Fred; and his parents.  Ed is survived by his loving wife Mary; four children, Mark C. Wilson, Mary Nell, Edward Blondel and Laura Lee; nine grandchildren, Ana Kristina, Jennifer Lee, Scott Joseph, Stephani Dawn, Matthew John, Mary Melissa, Adam David, Brett Edward and Jessica Lee; 10 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great granddaughter; his sister, Dorothy;  4 nephews, 1 niece, his darling pooch “Molly”, other family and friends.  Ed loved to play golf and visiting his favorite restaurant, Taco Bell,  but was well know for his picture taking and making videos of his beloved family.  He always made sure that his family was included on vacations or visits to relatives.  Ed was a true “Family Man”.  A Celebration of Ed’s Life will be held at 3 PM on Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at Baldwin Brothers Funeral and Cremation Society, 1 North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach, FL. Memorials are preferred to St Jude’s Children Hospital or to the Humane Society of Volusia County or the county of choice.



Service

Location:
Heritage Place
NSB

Date & Time:
April 1, 2017 at 2:00 PM


Cemetery:
TriCity Crematory
, Daytona Beach, 11


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  1. 02 Apr 2017
    Fred Wilson says:
    When listening to Aunt Dorothy talk about her brothers she would refer to Dad and Uncle Buc as Freddie and Buster " two peas in a pod" wherever you saw one you'd see the other always looking after one another if one would get a job they would get the other one a job ...nothing like brotherly love!! Love you Uncle Buc !!

  2. 30 Mar 2017
    Wade O. Wilson posted an image:
    My "Uncle Buck"    One of my favorite Uncles!  He would call my Dad to let us know that he was coming up to Jax to visit friends & play some golf. We would meet at either The Clock Restaurant or Famous Amos for breakfast and then out to Ft. George Island Golf Course. It was usually anywhere from 4 - 6 of us & we had a great time together! Once, we were playing on Florida/Georgia day & listening to the game in the golf carts. Most of us, of course, Gator fans!!   Rest in Peace Dear Uncle & say Hi to Dad for me.  Love, Nephew Wade   One more thing...Uncle Buck was responsible for my middle initial...he said to my Dad, "Make his initials "WOW" !
    My "Uncle Buck" One of my favorite Uncles! He would call my Dad to let us know that he was coming up to Jax to visit friends & play some golf. We would meet at either The Clock Restaurant or Famous Amos for breakfast and then out to Ft. George Island Golf Course. It was usually anywhere from 4 - 6 of us & we had a great time together! Once, we were playing on Florida/Georgia day & listening to the game in the golf carts. Most of us, of course, Gator fans!! Rest in Peace Dear Uncle & say Hi to Dad for me. Love, Nephew Wade One more thing...Uncle Buck was responsible for my middle initial...he said to my Dad, "Make his initials "WOW" !

  3. 30 Mar 2017
    Billy S. Wilson, Jr. says:
    Uncle "Buc" was always the perfect southern gentleman. He always treated me as his nephew although I think it is only second cousin! I will always remember how fashionable he looked walking in the Cathedral in Savannah attending my daughters' weddings in this tuxedo.

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