OBITUARY

Beatrice Knoetta Wilson

August 16, 1933March 10, 2019

Beatrice Knoetta Wilson was born August 16, 1933 to the union of Lila Reese Daniels and John Daniels. She had twelve siblings, all having preceded her in death. Beatrice accepted the Lord at an early age while in South Carolina.

She received her secular and academic education in Columbia, South Carolina then received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Winston-Salem Teacher’s College (now, Winston-Salem State University) in North Carolina. She then taught all her adult life at Goldberg Elementary School in Detroit, Michigan. In 1956, she was wedded to Martin Wilson, and they were blessed with two sons: Lawrence Dale and Martin Earl Wilson. She was a member of Central CME Church for more than 25 years, where she was a member of the choir and served as a Deaconess.

Beatrice had a great sense of humor along with a balanced outlook on life and the proper perspective on death. She was passionate about teaching and giving her students the best opportunity to learn. Beatrice made her transition to be with the Lord on March 10, 2019. She was preceded in death by her husband, Martin Wilson. She leaves behind memories that will be cherished by her loving children, Lawrence Dale and Martin Earl, grandchildren Claire Wilson, Chyna Wilson, Martin Lawrence Wilson, Niya Jackson, her great granddaughter Isabella Jolly, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

“For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

Services

27 March

Celebration of Life

WOODLAWN CEMETERY

ROSA PARKS CHAPEL

19975 WOODWARD AVE.
Detroit, MI 48203

REMEMBERING

Beatrice Knoetta Wilson

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Bennie Wilson

March 14, 2019

To the Lawrence, Martin Earl and the family- May God bless you with His peace in your time of loss and in the days ahead. You had a jewel of a mother. Bblessed.
Arnold

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