H.-Wilson-Obituary

Colonel H. Wilson USMC

Akron, Ohio

Jun 7, 1920 – Sep 22, 2013 (Age 93)

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Colonel H. Speed Wilson USMCColonel H. Speed Wilson USMC, 93, passed away on September 22, 2013. He was born June 7, 1920 in Andrews, Texas to the late Roy and Laura (nee Speed) Wilson. Colonel Wilson has served our nation in combat during three wars. In recognition of his achievements in combat...

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Speed thank you for being a special person I met along lifes path. Watching and listening then speaking to you. Seeing you at events. Inspiration to thousands God blessed your life ,rest our soldier. We will see you in heaven by the Lord.

Speed Wilson was instrumental in my receiving the Baptism in the Holy Spirit and further spiritual maturation in the 70's. He

I'm so sorry to hear that my long distance friend has fallen asleep. I wish I've could of ment him face to face. Mrs Ruth, Scott and Stephanie and all who were close to him all my condelecense. Raymond D'Astous Canadian internet friend

what memories I have of Speed and his messages to us in our area over the years. From the first time he spoke in our area over 35 years ago he captured my attention as well as many others. I am constantly repeating parts of his messages today especially in view of our government and economic environment. I remember when Speed and Ruth had dinner at our home at one of our FGBMFI speaking engagements. he has left a huge Legacy in my life. my wife Terry went on to be with the Lord on November 4...

It was my privilege to have met and become more than some one Colonel Wilson knew by name. We first met at Dr. Aronica's where we received chelation treatments. Later at the Fairlawn veterans meetings. I was a lowly ww2 Naval Aviation cadet, but Col. Wilson treated me as if I were a fellow aviator. He seemed to enjoy my poem about the Corsair--and one about flight training. I was pleased to present him a letter that pres. Lincoln had written to his ancestor. He will be missed by a host of...

To the Family,
Our deepest condolences to you and extended family.
A true hero and great servant to our country.
He will be sorely missed, however he is with the
Lord.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Teare
Chardon, Ohio

We have lost a true Patriot, a truely great man. Colonel Speed Wilson the 356th Fighter Group salutes you. God Bless.

our thoughts and prayers are with you
jim and carol Hawkins. Arkansas kin-folk

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.