OBITUARY

Charlie Alfred WILSON

February 23, 1950March 6, 2019

Charlie Alfred WILSON was born on February 23, 1950 and passed away on March 6, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 15, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Committal Service Monday, March 18, 2019
REMEMBERING

Charlie Alfred WILSON

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Gail Morrison-Netter

March 20, 2019

Al was such an alive and vibrant man! He was one of my older cousins who was always laughing and joking. He was friendly and warm. He was always the same. He cared about others even on his deathbed. While in the hospital, he was upbeat and praising God! That was an inspiration to me! Life sent him many trials, but he was a champion overcoming them all. Take your rest my cousin.

Anita Younger

March 16, 2019

To the Family of Brother Al Wilson, please accept my DEEPEST Condolences in the Loss of your Husband, FATHER and Grandfather. During these times, it seems of such as Blur, but the joy and peace of knowing Al is no longer in pain, will be your comforter in the days to come. Remember his Love for each of you, his laughter will sustain you, but the joy will come, when you realize, that we will see him again. On that Great getting up morning, when the trumpet will sound and the dead in Christ shall rise first and those who are still alive will be caught up in the Clouds together, OH what a Joyous day that will be. Rest on My Brother Al, you have run a good race!! Gone, but never Forgotten!! GOD BLESS THE AL WILSON FAMILY!! AMEN!!πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Lydia Steele

March 15, 2019

I met Al in 1995 at Big Fat Mikes , he was larger then life , always smiling and fun to be around we had many good times ! It broke my heart to see you tonite but I know your flying with the angels ! R.I.P Al Wilson

Gail Morrison_Netter

March 15, 2019

Al, you were one of my older cousins, but as a little girl, you were always nice to me. You were always positive and upbeat. You were the same, friendly and warm! As we became adults and life seasoned us, I realized how you were a true champion and overcomer through life’s devastating tragedies. You never stopped smiling. You pressed through. Even with your illness, your positive spirit manifested itself through your faith in God. You inspired me even from your sick bed. You had peace. You were a true man of God! Your story makes me proud to be your kin. Your strength, class and dignity are noteworthy during this time of sad peace. We are sad you have transitioned, but have peace of no more suffering.

Beverly Wilson

March 15, 2019

When Al and I met it was love at first sight. I knew by our second date I would marry him. He said he knew the second he saw me. We had 17 years together some bad but mostly good. Al showed his compassion most when I lost my dad and when I lost my son. There was a closeness and strong love that even divorce couldn't stop. I will miss our weekly phone calls, I will miss your support, I will miss your laughter, I will miss your full understanding of who I am, mostly I will miss you. As I always told you, I love you more every day, the pure real love. Until I see you again , I love you honey.

Dee Dee Richardson-Mason

March 13, 2019

Al, the first time Amos introduced me to you and I started to lite my cigarette, with your wisdom, experience and grace you reprimanded Amos for not lighting it for me. I knew then who you were in this family.
The Big brother that I never had, a mentor, a protector, a friend and so much more!
No longer do I have you to call, to vent, to get advice and to tell on Amos.
I was in aw of your strength, bravery and most of all your courage during your battle to fight against the odds and to the very end.
I will miss our many talks about politics, religion and life in general.
However, I take solace in knowing that you are no longer in pain and that you are in a much Bigger, Better place, called "Heaven".
Until we meet again save me a place at the table.
Forever in my Heart, your little sister "Dee Dee"

Amos Mason

March 13, 2019

Al, Thank you for being the big brother you've always been to me. You have shown and taught me so much!
Thank you for being my teacher, my protector, my confidant and friend . You've help me get through some very difficult times that without your love, guidance and support I don't know if I could have made it without you.
Thank you for making sure that all was well in our family.
We shared a lot of good times as kids and adults, and those memories will forever be engraved in my heart!
Chief, until we meet again.....
Love you man!
Your little brother Amos Mason

Jennifer Helmick

March 12, 2019

Al was a consummate host whenever I visited him and Beverly. He always greeted me with a big smile and huge bear hug! He made a awesome BBQ that I was lucky enough to get more than once! I'll always remember him saying he was going to " sell some sticks". He strong faith in God and love for family and friends will be remembered and missed. πŸ™πŸ’—πŸ’”

Jennifer Helmick

March 12, 2019

Al was such a wonderful host when I came to visit him and Beverly. He would great me with a huge smile & huge bear hug. He made a awesome BBQ that I was lucky enough to get more than once. I always remember him saying he was going to "sell some sticks". Lol. His strong faith in God and love of family and friends will be remembered and missed. πŸ™πŸ’—πŸ’”

Alfonzo Hughes

March 12, 2019

I met Mr Al when I was 8yrs old through my aunt. Mr Al always treated me and the Family with respect. He taught me how to hold a pool stick correctly. I will never forget the summer of 89 he was driving truck and had a load in Seattle and he spent the week with me and my Family. Mr Al you will be greatly missed Sir, I appreciate reconnecting with you through face book, and conversing about our beloved Dallas Cowboys. To Kim, Stacey, Vickie, and Family, my condolences are with you all.

FROM THE FAMILY