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Tommy Wilson

Thomas Alan Wilson Sr.
(July 18, 1953 - January 29, 2012)

 

Mr. Thomas Alan Wilson Sr. 58 of Shelbyville died Sunday, January 29th. A native of Bedford County he was the son of the late Thomas Emerson and Mary Buys Wilson. He is survived by his wife, Connie Foust Wilson of Memphis; a son, Thomas A. (Tracey) Wilson Jr. of Graham, North Carolina; two grandchildren, Dakota Wilson and Hunter Wilson.

At his request the body was cremated. No services are scheduled

 



 
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01/29/12 11:17 AM #1    

Debbie Lunsford (Fraser)

We will miss you Tommy!  Rest in Peace my friend..We love you...


01/29/12 01:30 PM #2    

James Harper

R.I.P. TOMMY,PEACE AND GRATITUDE TO YOUR FAMILY FOR YOUR YEARS  HERE.


02/02/12 10:09 AM #3    

Pam Whorley (Jones)

Went to Southside with Tommy.  Had not seen him in forever!!  So sorry to hear about his death.

 


02/02/12 03:53 PM #4    

Keith Locke

Had not seen Tommy since graduation, then about 15 years ago, I ran into him while working on a special project at Nissan in Smyrna.  I was helping set this new system up and Tommy was working for a contractor hanging an overhead conveyor system.  I got to spend about 2 weeks working with him.  We shared some memories and espically a lot of laughs.  After the project was over I did not see him again.  This helps me realize more than ever that we should never take the blessings of each day for granted, no matter how small they may seem at the time.  To all my classmates I want to say , thanks to this web-site, I think of you regularly, pray for you often, and am thankful for you forever.  I hope Tommy enjoyed going to work for those 2 weeks as much as I did. 


02/02/12 07:50 PM #5    

John Boutwell

Went to Southside with Tommy.  Such sad news.


02/12/12 05:12 PM #6    

Jan Phillips

Tommy was one of my old Southside School classmates. We started the first grade together. He grew up just north of Southside School on Cannon Boulevard. His mother would walk him to school in the morning and home in the afternoon. The house he grew up in is still there. It sure was sad to respond to his home the morning of the fire.


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