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Hallart D. Wilson Sr.

January 3, 2027 May 25, 2015
Hallart D. Wilson Sr.
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Obituary for Hallart D. Wilson Sr.
A Time to be Born: Deacon Hallart D. Wilson Sr. was born on January 3, 1927 to the late birth parents, Gable and Mamie Wilson in Grady County. �� A Time to Love: He met and married Dorothy Kingsberry on October 25, 1952. From this union one son was born, Hallart D. Wilson Jr. They celebrated 62 years of love together. ��A Time to Grow: He received his formal education from the Grady County School System, Queensboro Community College, Pace College and The Bethel Bible Institute where he received a Bachelor of Theology and Bachelor of Religious Education in New York City. He was employed as an operating room technician at the Queens Hospital Center in Jamaica, New York for 41 years. ��A Time to Serve: He was a U.S. Army Veteran, Sunday School Teacher, Youth President, Counselor, Preacher and Soul Winner. �� A Time to Depart: Deacon Hallart D. Wilson Sr. departed this life peacefully at home on May 25, 2015 after a prolonged illness. �� A Time to Celebrate: Precious memories will be forever cherished by his wife: Dorothy Wilson, his son, Elder Hallart D. Wilson Jr. (Dorothy Olivia), Seven grandchildren: Hallart D. Wilson III, Keren Elizabeth Wilson, Dr. Shaherah L. Williams, Brad, Bruce, Latoya and Lashonda Lee, a brother, Bill Wilson, Atlanta, GA; two sisters: Thelma Wilson, New York City, NY; Rose Wilson, Daytona Beach, FL, a lifetime special friend and brother Deacon Milton Rowe, Atlanta, GA and host of nieces, nephews, cousins, spiritual children, family and friends.


Sat. May 30, 2015 11am��

Morris Temple 1st Born Church 800 Poplar Ave. Bainbridge, Ga.��


Friday May 29, 2015 3-8pm��

Bruton Mortuary Bruton St. Bainbridge, Ga��
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