Gloria B. Wilson
1925 - 2020
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Gloria B. Wilson

Salisbury - Gloria B Wilson, 95, passed away on, June 24, 2020 at home. She was born in Fairport, VA on June 6, 1925, to Erving Jett Bryant and Julia Haynie Bryant. She graduated from Reedville High School in Reedville, VA in 1943.

Gloria retired as a teacher's assistant for Wicomico County Board of Education and remained an active member of the Teacher's Association. She was an active member of Riverside Methodist Church where she served as treasurer and other committees. She was a member of Wicomico Chapter of the Eastern Star for over 50 years and also a member of the Junior Auxiliary Board at Peninsula General for over 50 years. She volunteered at the YMCA assisting the children's swimming class for many years and had devoted girlfriends of the Y.

Gloria is survived by her devoted husband, Earl E. Wilson, for 73 years and he remains living in the family home. She has two children, son, Earl E Wilson, Jr. of Jacksonville, NC and daughter, Dale Brown, of Darien, Ct. and has six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren and a special step-grandchild.

Gloria was well known for sharing her crafts, her cooking, her heart and her generosity throughout the community and she will surely be missed. Memorial services are undetermined at this time and will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations in her memory can be made to Riverside Methodist Church, 608 Riverside Dr., Salisbury, MD 21801 or to her other favorite organizations.

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Published in The Daily Times from Jun. 29 to Jul. 5, 2020.
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July 6, 2020
I have lots of special memories with Miss Gloria. She spent many hours at my house in the summer enjoying the pool with my mom. She taught me how to swim and encouraged me to swim underwater. The fondest memory was the day her and my mom were laying on the pool rafts sunbathing and I was swimming under the water and I encountered this thing that I thought was an animal under Miss Glorias raft. I came up squealing only to find out it was her hair piece that had fallen off. She laughed and laughed and years later laughed some more.
Sweet sweet lady, I always enjoyed her company. My girls loved fun Miss Gloria too. May God rest her soul, until we meet again.
Cheryl Townsend Vincent
July 1, 2020
I remember Gloria fondly when she was a volunteer of the Admitting Office at PRMC. We became lunch friends and loved her sense of humor and willingness to help with anything or anyone. Condolences to her husband and family. She was a very special person.
Dianne Palmer
June 30, 2020
Mr. Earl and Family:
Deepest sympathy for your loss.
Kathy and Dan
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