Steven D. Wilson
December 4, 1946 – August 31, 2020
Steven D. Wilson was born on December 4, 1946 in Fresno, California and passed away on August 31, 2020 in Fresno, California and is under the care of Boice Funeral Home.
They were preceded in death by Chad Wilson (Son). They are survived by Scott Wilson (Son), Kirk Wilson (Son), Frances Wilson (Sister), Marian Wilson (Sister), Briana Alvarado (Granddaughter), Chad Wilson (Grandson), Josh Wilson (Grandson), Elijah Wilson (Grandson), Richard Rios (Grandson).
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- Scott Wilson, Son
- Kirk Wilson, Son
- Frances Wilson, Sister
- Marian Wilson, Sister
- Briana Alvarado, Granddaughter
- Chad Wilson, Grandson
- Josh Wilson, Grandson
- Elijah Wilson, Grandson
- Chad Wilson, Son (deceased)
- Richard Rios, Grandson
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Steven D. Wilson
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September 17, 2020
My brother was a gregarious soul, loud and playful. Always joking as I remember much like our dad! He was so close to our father they shared mutual interest. Hunting, fishing drinking beers. I have many memories of my brother, how he rough housed me when I was young, how I tagged along in his new GTO boy did the ladies like that car! And well yes they kinda liked him too! Steven had a hot temper he’d read ya off in a second but true to our family five minutes later he was laughing! He had a soft heart and hard exterior at times, a giver a good father, and great brother to my sisters and me. I was touched the last time I saw him he complemented me on how beautiful I looked and how he loved me, we hugged and cried together at my sisters funeral. The last time we spoke was a week prior to his passing again he was kind and soft hearted. I’m far away in a place he loved to visit Costa Rica so I can’t be there to honor him. But here’s a funny little story: I was sitting in a outdoor café in Jacó beach Costa Rica my best friends restaurant, we’d people watch. We’d watch all the men come from the beetle bar and walk down the street, I had not spoken to Steven in about five years, he didn’t know I lived here, I thought I saw him walking down the road with another guy! And I’ll be dammed if it wasn’t my Brother coming out of the better bar! I told my friend “ Hey!! That guy he looks just like my brother “ her response was wow Guapo!
( handsome ) my response was yes he is! I found out later in it was him our paths crossed an another country what a small world! Steven I’ll miss you your wisecracks and your love you showed me. I hope your fishing with dad.
September 12, 2020
I am so very THANKFUL that I had my Uncle Steven in my life. Especially during my childhood. He and my Grandpa were my "Father Figures" while growing up. As an adult I look back at the summer trips to the lake. Great memories. The day I needed someone to walk me down the Isle there was no doubt in my head , it had to be Grandpa and Uncle Steven.
September 10, 2020
Our most humble condolences to the family. Steve will forever be remembered in our hearts as a great friend. All the grape season parties are golden memories. Fly high enjoy paradise AMIGO. Scott and Kirk you both and your family's are in our prayers. Blessings Always Tony & Angie