Patsy Wilson entered into paradise on Saturday, March 11, 2017. Graveside services will be held at 1pm, on Wednesday March 15th 2017 at Cathedral in the Pines Cemetery with Danny Manuel officiating.
Patsy was born on July 8th 1928 in Pecos, Texaa to her late father C.V. Roberts and mother Lucile Bell Roberts. The family moved to New London, Texas where she graduated from high school. She later went on to work for Humble Pipeline as a secretary.
While in high school, she met the love of her life, Ralph Wilson. After several years of courtship, they married on June 5, 1948 in New London. They were married for 61 years when Ralph passed away in 2009.
Patsy is survived by her daughter, Jennifer Salas and son-in-law Paul Salas Jr. of Bullard; grandchildren, Shelley Wodarski of Tyler, Beth Walker of Tomball and Dan Weeks of Ruston, Louisiana; four great-grandchildren, Tyler Baker of Tyler, Easton Kunkler of Tyler, Lacey and Reagan Walker of Tomball; and niece Becky Hicks of Tyler.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her late husband Ralph Wilson and her son Mark Wilson.
Pallbearers will be Dan Weeks, Lynn Kunkler, Scott Walker, Reuben Salas, Michael Salas, Edward Salas, and Stephen Salas.
Patsy lived a very full and wonderful life as a faithful servant of God. To those who love her and have been touched by her life, we will miss her. But we know that she has fought the good fight and is once again reunited with her loving husband, whom she dearly loved and missed.
The family wishes to thank Heart to Heart Hospice of Tyler for their care and support of Patsy in her final days. They would also like to extend a special and heartfelt thanks to her caregiver Emma Salas. Emma worked tirelessly to care for Patsy, and she is a true blessing from God to our family.
The family will receive friends for a visitation at Lloyd James Funeral Home, Tuesday from 6-8pm.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Give Me The Bible television program. P.O. Box 288, Palestine, Texas 75802.
Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on Mar. 14, 2017