• Mr. Steve E. Wilson

    29 Nov 2014

  • farewell     

    Mr. Steve E. Wilson

    D.O.D. 11/29/2014

    Age: 59

    Place of Death: DCH (Tuscaloosa)

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    Funeral services for Mr. Steve E. Wilson will be held Saturday December 6,2014 at 1pm at Holly Spring Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Milton Wilson will officiate burial will follow in the Church Cemetery. The remains will lie in state one hour prior to funeral time at the church. Wills’ Funeral Service of Northport in charge of all arrangements.

    Public viewing: Friday 12noon-7pm
    Flower times: Friday 9am-5pm
    Saturday 9am-11am

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    My Dearest Brother,I will truly miss you.Your jokes,laughter,your face,playing with my great grand children's you called yours ass your own grand babies.I will miss your fibbing just to get a dollar or two for a drink or two,hahaha,you're so funny when you wanted to be.Mostly I will miss your cooking,even if it's something I don't eat.I will miss you cooking breakfast for me to have a lunch and if I ask you to cook something for me before I go to work,you changed no words,it was prepared,but my dearest,loving bother,I'll always love you.You left us quietly without a good-by,but Jehovah has you now and may he keep you till we meet again...Love Always,Your Baby Sister Virginia

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    Condolences, with deepest sympathy, to the family of Mr. Steve E. Wilson. I did not personally know Mr. Wilson, but I do know and have experienced the pain of losing a loved one in death. I also know that the creator of life, Jehovah God, never purposed for humans to die. In fact, his purpose was for humans to live forever in a paradise earth (Genesis 2:15-17). His purpose has not changed. God hates death and calls it an enemy (1 Corinthians 15:26). He has promised a time when there will be no more mourning and no more death (Revelation 21:4). He has also made provisions for us to see our dead loved ones again through the resurrection hope - for he promises "there is going to be a resurrection" (Acts 24:15). Since he is the God who "cannot lie" (Titus 1:2), we can be assured of his promises. Many are the promises of God. You may find the answers to questions such as "why do we die?" "where are the dead?" "will suffering ever end?" etc., at www.jw.org. May the God of comfort provide your family with a measure of comfort during this time of your loss (2 Corinthians 1:3,4).

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