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Frank Beaty Wilson

Frank Beaty Wilson

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March 09, 2014
IN Jan. 1958 I came to Huntsville to become the Home Economist for the Huntsville, Al. Frank Wilson and I became the newly formed Public Relations Dept. Mr. Wilson was "my boss". He was a fine man and I appreciated him very much. I was 23 and just out of college and he helped me in many ways. I retired in Jan. 1961 when my first child was born. After a few years I lost touch with Mr. Wilson, but have fond memories of him.
March 07, 2014
While my heart breaks that he has left, I am very thankful that I had the pleasure of having him in my life. He will always be with me. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
March 07, 2014
Mr. Wilson was a kind neighbor and gentleman.
March 07, 2014
Dear Wilson family, I grew up with all of you and loved your dad, I remember him in Grace Club Follies and the Kiwanis shows, fun and talented. I haven't seen any of you in so many years. Tom and Gig have kept me posted on you Edwin. Please know you are in my heart.
I now live in Atlanta,
Nancy Gordon Robinson
March 06, 2014
Frank was a real gentleman and a role model for many of us at First Presbyterian Church. He attended church and Sunday school every week until the very end. At 100 years old, he never complained about his ailments and always maintained a positive attitude. We will miss him!
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