“Uncle Marion will be greatly missed at any events we have that gather the Wilson crew together. He was fun and always full of knowledge. I could to his stories all day long. Love you all
“To the Marion Wilson Family our deepest sympathy. Please, know you are in our prayers at this time.
“Rick, Bob, and Janet, with the deepest sympathy to all of you and your families. Your father was more than a principal/coach to me, he became a great friend. He watch all three of my children play sports in high school. We would talk about all of you all of the time. He was such a proud father. He, also, never forgot the kids who went to Island/San Jose Schools.
I received my last hug from him last week. I am heartbroken, but know he is with the angels. I will cherish his friendship...
“My condolences go to the family he was a great mentor I had the pleasure of going to island school while he was there Mrs Wilson was my teacher and Mr Wilson was my coach he was the first person who encouraged me to do whatever you can to make yourself better and to never say (I cant) always try so we lost a wonderful man but im sure he is very happy and we will see him again. Once more my prayers go out to the family............Yours truly Lori Cabral
“In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
“Mr. Wilson was a board member for Lemoore High when I was first hired as a counselor, and right away both he and his wife touched my heart. I felt like I was not only an employee in his eyes, but he made me feel like a part of his family. I would not go to a single LHS sporting event and not see he and his wife and have the both of them hug me and ask me how everything was going. They both epitomized loving, caring Christian people, and I was blessed to have known them both. Thoughts and...
“To the Wilson family my deepest sympathy in the lost of your father. Bob, Rick and Janet it seems like yesterday that I remember living next you on 20 1/2 Avenue. Those memories will not be forgotten and your memories of your mother and father will live with you for ever. I know what ever venture in life that you chose your father and mother would be very proud of you. They would be very proud of all children that they made a difference in there lives. I think that is what real...
“Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were such a large part of my childhood along with so many others. I can picture him out on the playground coaching us - track, basketball, volleyball. You will be missed, Mr. Wilson.
“Mr. Wilson was a great man, always remember his coin in his pocket that he had. I hope and pray that his siblings cherish that coin.
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Marion Wilson passed away on April 7, 2013 at the age of 92 in Lemoore, California. Obit is featured in The Hanford Sentinel.