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Sonja Kay Wilson

Sonja Kay Wilson

May 11, 1949          ~          April 30, 2016

Sonja Kay Wilson, 66, of Glasgow passed away Saturday, April 30, 2016 at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital.

She is survived by her companion: James Wilson; two sons: Scotty Gillock and Howard Wilson; two daughters: Tammy Smith “Darrell” and Connie Ballard “Bear”; nine grandchildren: April Morgan, Marlena Ballard, Jerry Bennett, Heather Gillock, Thomas Ballard, Jonathan Neal, Travis Wilson, Kaylah Wilson and Amber Wilson; seven great-grandchildren; four brothers: Rickey Wilson, Timmy Wilson, Bryant Wilson and Curtis Wilson; four sisters: Rita Glass, Shetta Wilson, Terry Skaggs and Eva Jewell.

She was preceded in death by her brother Rusty Johnson.

Funeral will be 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Monday at the funeral home

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6 Entries for Sonja Kay Wilson

  1. Peggy Wilson says:

    So Very Sorry For Yoir Loss. She Was A Wonderful Grandmother. So Happy To Have known Her. Praying For All The Family.

  2. Jeff & Pam Neal says:

    Kay was a one of a kind and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. You are in our prayers.

  3. Stephanie Runyon- McClellan says:

    Tammy , I am so sorry to hear about your mother passing . She was always so nice to me , We talked every where we saw each other at . Your family will be in my prayers .

  4. Janice Mills Peden says:

    Connie I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Prayers for you and your family too. Will lift you up in prayer also. Just for you to know someone will be praying for you at least. Janice Mills Peden

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  6. Elaine Lambert says:

    I wanted to express my heartfelt sympathy to the family. There’s such a sense of helplessness when our loved ones die. I’d like to share with you some scriptural thoughts that really helped me. Prayer is so valuable at a time like this, but it’s not that prayer simply makes us feel better. 2 Cor. 4:7 says that God can give us, “… power beyond what is normal” to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we can recover. The reason we recover is because of our hope. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, “…all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out”. Jesus was referring to the resurrection: this is our hope that helps us recover and gives us power to go on.
    2 Cor. 1:3 describes our Creator as, “…the God of all comfort”. One way God comforts us is by moving people who care about us, to give us words of encouragement that we need to hear. My thoughts and prayers are with you now during this time of sorrow.