Tug, a witty gentleman who loved his family. His demeanor was brightest when he spoke of the accomplishments of his children and was delighted by their excellent choices of spouses. He was blissfully giddy when he spoke of his granddaughters. Tug especially delighted in reminiscing about happy times with his children and early life with D. His heart was with them always although he was not. He cherished his friends, Lawrenceville, and UNC-Chapel Hill. Well-read and engaged in life, he was a brilliant conversationalist who enjoyed listening and sharing ideas and information. He was a compassionate and understanding friend who took time to listen to the trials, tribulations, and high points of others lives. I will forever cherish and appreciate his friendship. Jane Hight McMurry, Wilmington, NC
what a funny, sweet gentleman. our good times were just beginning in Vt / NH.
wonderful moments w/ Tug. A loss indeed. Carry on and god bless. Annie, a chum
RIP Tug. Many many many years ago we all dd some fun things together . Heartful condolences to the family. Maude Glore
Our deepest sympathy to the whole family for your loss! We fondly remember Tug as a former neighbor and wish for you to find solace and comfort in the good and happy memories...
Jerome and Helga de Bontin
Brad and Jen-Know that you are in our prayers as you try to cope through this very difficult time in your lives. We will always be there for you for anything. Everyone needs a shoulder to lean on at times. We love you guys so much!
Paul, Mash, and the kids
Brad and Jennifer, Cindy and I are so sorry to read of Mr Wilson's passing. We meant him at your wedding. Brad your dad must have been quite a man!
Lee and Cindy Brewster
Sending our love and condolences to Caroline,
Brad, Campbell, your families, and Dee.
We are so very sorry for the loss of your dad.
Claudia, Jim & Maddy Lockhart
I worked with your Dad for a few years. He was always a true gentleman and it was a pleasure to know him and work with him in the late 80's and early 90's.
We honor Tug's memory and appreciate the legacy he leaves of wonderful children and grandchildren. Our thoughts are with the Wilson family and we send them our sympathy at his passing.
With love, Ron Strauss and Sue Slatkoff
Brad, Cam and Caroline,
I was very sorry to hear about the death of your father. I know how hard it is to lose a parent. My sympathy to you and yours,
With condolences and best wishes to the family of a great classmate and friend.
Please accept our sincere words of sympathy to the Wilson family from your former neighbors the Dart family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joan Dart from all the Darts.