Maria Miguelina Wilson

Passed away on March 14, 2020

Maria Miguelina Wilson, age 90, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Saturday, March 14, 2020. She was born to the late Jose Ricardo and Asuncion Ramirez on September 29, 1929 in Mayaquez, Puerto Rico.

Maria was affectionally known to everyone as Mickey, which was a nickname her husband gave her. Mickey was a homemaker, who always cared for children. As the oldest, she helped raise her younger siblings. Her family moved from Puerto Rico to Brooklyn New York when she was 17 and this is where she met Westmoreland Wilson, her husband of 48 years.

Mickey and her late husband, Westmoreland Sr. had seven children, the late Anna, Maria, Elizabeth, twins Westmoreland Jr. and Michael, Jose and Cali. She had 9 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Also, a host of Nephews and Nieces.

Mickey enjoyed many years caring for her family, going on road trips and cruising. She will be most remembered for her remarkable cooking. She also loved to sing and dance. Although she had progressive Alzheimer Disease, Mickey continued to sing and dance.

Mom had a few hobbies: Cross Stitch, Embroidery, and Puzzles.

Mickey expressed faith in the Bible’s promise at Job 14:14,15, “If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait…until my relief comes. You, [Jehovah God] will call and I will answer you.” Mickey had faith in the resurrection and believed that she will live again under the paradise conditions promised in the Bible (Ps. 37:9-11).


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David Vasquez

March 15, 2020

My Aunt/Mother - Titi Mickey Jehovah has called you Home. It saddens me to know that I no longer can visit with you on this earthly plan.
I rejoice in the memories, teachings and guidance you have instilled in me as well as the rest of the family.
You are an Inspiration and a Blessing to all the children you raised and one of the strongest foundation this family had.
I remember the story Uncle Wes would tell of you making him go downtown to the late night drug store to get me a pacifier and watching you feed all of us on Saturday morning with the pancake race.

I Love You and will Miss You tremendously my Titi,,