Life Celebration for Georgie Lillian Wilkinson, 74, New Smyrna Beach FL who was reunited with her most beloved husband, Junior on Thursday, April 12, 2012 will be 11:00 AM Wednesday, April 18 at Baldwin Brothers Heritage Place 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach.
Georgie was born in Wevaco, WV. She came to this area in 1974. She enjoyed long walks, gardening and spending time with her grandchildren and family. She was the “World’s Best Mom”.
She leaves to cherish her memory her children Cheryl Lynn (Danny) Reese, Beverly Jean (John) Keller, Don Allen (Cheri) Wilkinson, Angela Kay Wilkinson, James David (Jenny) Wilkinson, June Gail (Jeff) Conklin, Sebert Jr (Heather) Wilkinson, Jr, Georgetta (Duane) Gibson, siblings Carol Jean Hicks, Mary Maxine Duncan, Goldie Edith Lucille Nathanson, Sylvia Geraldine Weddington, Elbert Edward Hicks, Vernon Lee Hicks and many grand and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Sebert Jr Wilkinson in 2008.
You were more than the matriarch and no less than the glue. Your non wavering love and constant passion for your family will never be forgotten and certainly never matched. Your home cooked meals, generous hugs and unconditional love has been shared with so many. I'm thankful uncle Jr has his Hillbill again, but his gain is our loss. Until we meet again, please know your love was not wasted. It showed so many how to live. Love you always and forever, Paula Jane
I know you are no longer in pain. I know you are looking down on us all here telling us to keep our heads up. I miss you terribly and wish i could see your beautiful face one last time. I love you so much and miss you!
Her love has been the lighthouse that brought this family together.
A beaming love that led us to her home, regardless of the weather.
Her love shined out to all of us no matter where we were.
We came together time and again because of we all love her.
Her selfless, boundless love for us warmed us to the core.
Her love light shines in all of us and will forever more.
by Duane Gibson
No words can possibly describe how desperately I am missing your presence. How can this emptiness I feel in my heart hurt so badly? You have represented our family proudly: showing others through your unending kindness and compassion and understanding what love truly means. You were mighty small in stature but what large boots you have left us to fill.