Marcus Tyrone Wilson
July 15, 1970 – November 1, 2019
Marcus Tyrone Wilson, 49, husband, father, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend of Charlotte, NC passed away suddenly on November 1, 2019 at Mercy Hospital in Charlotte, NC. "Tyrone" or "Ty” as he was known to many loved ones and friends, was born on July 15, 1970 in Dayton, Ohio to the late Robert E. Wilson and Ruth Neal. He married Shanetta “Shane” Marie Hall, a native of Charlotte, on November 9, 2014. Tyrone graduated from Kingston High School in Kingston, NY in 1989 and began working for the City of Kingston Sanitation Department. He later attended Lincoln Technical Institute in Peekskill, NY, graduating in 2000 as a certified heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) specialist. In 2001, Tyrone moved to Charlotte and began working for the City of Charlotte. In 2006, he began his employment with Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) as a Bus Operator and remained there until the time of his death. The son of a Motown Records songwriter, Tyrone was most known for his love and passion of music. In his spare time, he enjoyed working as a DJ under the stage name “Jazzy Moments” throughout the 90s and early 2000s and was most recently owner/operator of Lower Level Recording Studio in Charlotte, NC. He was a generous person and dedicated his life to helping others however he could. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him. Tyrone was preceded in death by his father. He leaves to cherish his memory his devoted wife, Shane; his son, Emilio Cedeno and daughter, Briana Wilson; RaNovia Jordan, and Marcus Jordan; his beloved mother, Ruth; brothers and sister, Michael (Renee), Victoria “Torey,” and Bobby (Emma); mother-in-law, Marie Hall; sister-in-laws, Deonesia Hall, LaKisha Wilkerson, Aseelah Hall, and Tonya Hall; brother-in-laws, Chris Hall Jr., Reginald Hall, and Corry M. Wilkerson; nieces, Erica Wilson, Janelle Wilson, Zhanique Soublet, Taylor Wilkerson, and Jamie Hall; nephews, Jayden Wilson, Corry S. Wilkerson, Anthony Hall, and William Hall. Tyrone will also be forever remembered by his numerous aunts, uncles, cousins (esp. “The Unit”), extended family, and dear friends.
- Visitation Friday, November 15, 2019
- Memorial Service Saturday, November 16, 2019
Marcus Tyrone Wilson
November 13, 2019
I remember the day I met Tyrone he put a smile on my face from that point on everytime I saw him, I always made good memories with him. Tyrone was the type of person that would put a smile on your face no matter what, he always gave me great advice and me and him always learned from each other. Ty and I were very close and always hung out together and him and his wife always knew that they could always call on me and I would literally always be a bike ride away. Tyrone was like a second father to me always making sure I was taken care of no matter what time of day it was. I dearly miss my very close friend and it was very tough for me when I got the news and it still is but life will never be the same without him. He would always call to check in on me and I always made sure to check on him too. It’s still sinking in that this really happened to someone I’m this close to and it’s been hard for me to get through this paragraph without a tear. Ty had a huge impact on my life and I looked up to him. Tyrone and his wife have always been there for me, and I do the same they’ve been a huge help to me! Tyrone this is iibis and I’ll never forget the memories we’ve had and I love you my dear friend. S.I.P.❤️
November 8, 2019
GOING TO BE MISSED but DEFINITELY not forgotten.... you gave life to many people through your friendship being a kind , intelligent, caring , funny person with a great sense of humor... You touched who needed to be touched by you .... unfortunately your season has come to and end but your fruitfulness as a person will carry on ....... through those you have touched , physically , mentally and spuritually
GOD has you now ......
S.I.P MY BROTHER