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Gloria Wilson
  • July 06, 1934
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  • January 16, 2021

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Gloria Joyce Wilson, 86, passed away Saturday January 16, 2021 in Mount Dora, Florida. Gloria was born in Newport, Rhode Island to the late Charles Minor and Alice Majors Hughes. She was a registered nurse working for several years at the University of Massachusetts Infirmary. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Bradford Wilson, Jr. She moved to Florida from Philadelphia, PA in the mid 90’s and was of the Baptist faith. Gloria enjoyed bingo, visiting casinos, crossword puzzles, and watching Jeopardy.

She is survived by children, Raymond Wilson, III (Kathy Talton-Wilson) of Monrovia, CA, Damon Martin (Roxanne Banning), Conyers, GA, Carmen Wilson, W. Tisbury, MA, Miriam Wilson-Bacon, Indianapolis, IN; sisters, Diane Minor, Columbia, MD, Carole Peterson, Newport, RI, 7 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

She will be greatly missed by her loving family. An event celebrating her life will be held at a later time.


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  1. 22 Jan 2021
    Ronald Jones says:
    Gloria Wilson welcomed me into house many years ago. She was so warm and gracious I felt right at home. I will never forget her kindness, caring and laughter. I am honored to have known her and her husband. To the family my sincere condolences.

  2. 18 Jan 2021
    Andrea Edmonds Landes lit a candle:
    Lit since January 18, 2021 at 1:50:42 PM

  3. 18 Jan 2021
    Jeremy Edmonds says:
    Ray, Damon Kathy & Roxanne, your Mom -my aunt Gloria was an extraordinary woman! I loved how smart she was, & how kind and fiercely loyal she was to all of us-her family. My most cherished memory of her is her coming to visit me in WA state with aunt Carole and Mom. (four years ago. ) Even then we all knew we were experiencing such a wonderful memory. We had such an amazing time!! She was a wonderful aunt to me; and I will miss her always ❤️

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