I knew little of Mr. Ken Wilson and he knew little or nothing about me. After I had a severe accident in 1984 we became much closer. I am 54 years old now and this man is for me the biggest man I met in my life. He has a heart of gold. I refuse to believe he passed. He lives and will live in my heart until the day I die.
My sympathies to the Wilson family, your father achieved many, many significant educational achievements in his life, both personal and professionally an impacted hundreds of students in his teaching Agriculture and Nursing at West Texas.
To Mark Wilson and the Wilson Family--
My heart, thoughts, and prayers are with you and your faimily during this time of sorrow. Losing a parent is always difficult, but remember, he is now in a wonderful place rejoicing. Lowell and I pray that this change in all your lives can bring happy and wonderful memories of your Dad and husband. Blessings to you all.
Kathy and Lowell Boozer
To The Wilson Family,
Our deepest condolences to all during this difficult time as you grieve the loss of a great man and also celebrate and cherish the life and memories you will so fondly remember. God Bless!
Roger & Tina Short & Family
Mark – we are very sorry in learning of your father's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.
You may find comfort during this difficult time in what was described to me as the “roadmap for life” from the well known passage of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, knowing that all things are ordained in accordance with God, who has a greater plan for our lives than what we alone can control.
Kenny and Donna Cleere