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Gary Wilson

June 2, 1953 - May 2, 2020

Gary Wilson grew up in Staten Island NY. He was educated in the NYC Public School System. Gary Wilson lost his battle with Alzheimer’s and  passed away Saturday May 2, 2020.

Gary joined the US Armed Forces and enjoyed living in Germany and Japan. Upon his return from the service Gary worked for many years diving trucks for various companies. Gary loved his family and enjoyed spending quality with them and riding his motorcycle.

Gary met Rosa Salazar in the Seventh-day Adventist Church and they were married on October 12, 2010. They spent the rest of his years together as a loving couple. She loved and cared for him deeply until the very end.

Gary enjoyed being a Deacon for the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Norfolk VA, Gary loved to read the Word of God and would not hesitate to give you a bible verse.

Gary’s mother Liza Wilson; sister Mary Ann Rowe; father Kenneth Wilson; nephew William Rowe lll; and first wife Linda Wilson all preceded him in death.

Gary leaves to cherish his memories his wife Rosa Wilson; two brothers ; two daughters Iesha Nicole Wilsonand Delissa Stewart; three grandchildren Tamek Jackson; Xavier and Jayden Stewart; two great-grandchildren Zakari and Silas Jackson; four nieces Regina McClain (Roland); Tami Rowe-Jervis (Alvin); Lisa Rowe-Dale (Michelle) and Willean Rowe (William).

His wife Rosa’s children and a host of grand nieces; grand nephews; friends and relatives.

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