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Nicoletti, Culjis & Herberger Funeral Home

5401 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA

OBITUARY

Harriet A Wilson

August 7, 1939November 14, 2019

Harriet A Wilson was born on August 7, 1939 in Rialto, CA and passed away on November 14, 2019 in SAN BERNARDINO, California.

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Debbie Wilson

December 6, 2019

When you first came to Sacramento

Billie Rasheed

December 6, 2019

I so sorry to hear that Ms Harriet has passed on. She was a beautiful woman. I remember when I was a little girl and the twins Rodney and Ronald would pick on me and my twin 😂and Ms Wilson would get on them bcus we were too small☺️ May ALLAH bless her beautiful soul and excepts her into paradise Aameen.. SIP Beautiful Queen 👑🙏🏿😔🎈

Rhonds Moore

December 5, 2019

To the Wilson family I just seen this and could lot pass it by.... prayer for the family I’ve known for o er 30yts...she was a beautiful strong woman.... God bless

Joyce Sweatt-Brown

December 5, 2019

I remember my cousin so well. When I was a little elementary school girl always at their house visiting playing with my cousin Debbie, I use love looking at how pretty she looked in her white wedding dress and how handsome Mr. Wilson looked, just beautiful in black & white. She knew all about our hair grooming. She was a very kind sweet protective Mother....Rest Well Queen Mother💖🌹

Rochelle Edwards

November 27, 2019

In memory of my dearest Auntie Harriet,

May God open his Pearly Gates of heaven, to welcome her arrival.

I thank my aunt for all the memories of her childhood she shared with me. I remember one time she talked to me all night long until morning time. She knew I would be leaving the next day, so she stood on her feet at the bedroom door, and explained as much to me about her life as time would permit. No matter when I called her, she would always take time out for me, no matter what I was worried about, I could always rely on my aunt to give me sound HONEST advice. She never hid herself, I admired her that. Her knowledge about health, and beauty was like none I've ever known. I am going to miss her, I attempted to go bye and visit her but Val told me she had gone to Sacramento. I know she knew I loved her. I am so sorry she's gone, but I am so happy I took time to visit, I feel very blessed.

Until we meet again my lovely Auntie,
I love you,
Tina

MARJORIE BROWN

November 26, 2019

SOMETIMES YOU NEVER APPREICATE WHAT YOU HAVE UNTIL IT'S GONE... GROWING UP I ALWAYS FELT THAT I HAD A PROTECTOR OVER ME BECAUSE I WAS IN THE MIDDLE AND I DIDN'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING BUT LOOK UP TO YOU AND YOU ALWAYS FULFILED THE ROLE OF THE BIG SISTER AS TIME PASSED ON, WE BECAME GOOD FRIENDS BECAUSE WE UNDERSTOOD EACH OTHER AND WHEN WE TALKED I ALWAYS TOLD HER DON'T FORGET WE ARE ONLY 11 MONTHS APART AND I WAS THERE TOO. WE ALWAYS LAUGHED AND JOKED ABOUT WHO WAS THE BEST LOOKING WELL WE ALL KNOW YOU HAD THE HAIR, I HAD THE LOOKS AND MIRIAM HAD THE LEGS I WILL MISS OUR LONG TALK AND DISCUSSIONS AND ARGUEMENTS LOL

YOUR LOVING SISTER MARJORIE

Sherri Marshall

November 26, 2019

Auntie Harriet,

It was an honor to always brag in my own way that I had a beautiful tall , smart , naturally talented, gifted Auntie like you. That was always there, in one way or the next . I remember you heard I was sick after giving birth and you immediately sent me a letter sending all kind of herbal remedies for my whatever sickness I had at time.! It really helped just knowing you cared. What I especially admired was your gift to play the the piano and how you used that gift to bless others. Even though I hadn’t seen you personally in awhile. The last thing I heard you say was you saw my picture somewhere you told my mother to tell me this past August that I looked pretty. I cried because that were again always thinking of others.

For that reason alone . I could only strive to be like you. I will miss that beautiful smile and pretty skin.

Love SherrI and family❤️

Miriam Abner

November 26, 2019

To my "Big Sister" as you liked to be called, and you always lived up to those words. From the time we were growing up. You did your best to protect me and Margie, and Im thankful for that. Im thankful for all the advice you gave me throughout my life. Im thankful to you for helping me to get my first job as a Secretary, a career which I had for many years as you did too. Im thankful to you for your love of music and your wonderful gift of playing the piano, which I followed too, but never as good as you. You truly had a talent that was unmatched, and you shared it with everyone. Im thankful I was blessed to have you in my life. I love you "Big Sister". From your "Baby Sister" Miriam

sparkle hogan

November 25, 2019

Remembering Dr. Harriet Abner Wilson, Professor of Almar Professional Musicality/Science University, 80, San Bernardino, California, passed away November 14, 2019. She was most beloved and cherished Wife, Mother, Grandma, and the “Moses” of the Wilson Family. “Gamma” as we all know her has left such wonderful memories, we all have our favorites. She was an intelligent soldier, pioneer, a light that shined like the stars at night to many. Through her music she provided sweet sounds of melodies, her road was not always easy, but she managed to strive through like a “Champ”. She is the greatest gift that the world has received. May her journey be swift and smooth, and her hands be placed upon our hearts. She is proceeded in death William Howard Wilson (Husband). Dr. Harriet is survived by her children sons Dwayne, Ronald and Rodney of San Bernardino, David of Oregon. Daughters Deborah and Rebekah of Sacramento, Anita of Oakland, CA and Michelle of Orangeburg, SC. 20 Grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren

Michelle Wilson king

November 22, 2019

I love you mama ❤️