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Neil L. Wilson M.D.

Contra Costa, California

1931 - 2014

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Neil L. Wilson M.D.March 30, 1931 ~ July 6, 2014Former Resident ofPleasant HillNeil L. Wilson M.D., 83, of Lincoln, CA was born to the late Neil and Margaret Wilson in Colfax, WA. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Indiana University and he then entered the Army as a Captain and...

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Dr. Wilson was my childhood doctor. He saw me through my teenage and young adult years. I respected and appreciated his advice as a doctor and what I considered a friend.

Dr. Wilson was my childhood doctor. He saw me through my teenage and young adult years. I respected and appreciated his advice as a doctor and what I considered a friend.

To Carol so sorry to hear about Neil I was trying to locate you guys all the kids wanted to see you to ace they all send their condolences we love you guys Trina Wallace Curtis, Janell, Michael, Timothy, Equilla my number is 209-720-6910

My condolences to Neil's family and friends for the loss of such a wonderful man. I only had the pleasure of meeting Neil a few times, which was made even more remarkable by the fact each time we met he remembered who I am and recalled many of the nuances and details of our previous conversations. He struck me as someone who cared a great deal about people (not just as a doctor, but as a member of society). Each time we met he spoke with great passion about his family, which was evidently...

My Condolences to Carol and Family. Dr. Wilson was my Dr. since I was a Kid, he was my Mom's Dr. and he was both my Children, Sarah and Bryan's Dr.where I raised them in Pleasant Hill. He was the best ever, would sit and talk with me for such a long time, a very wise man. I still have the book that he gave us. I also took Parenting classes (S.T.E.P.) at the Family Stress Center in Concord which he founded with Carol.He even wanted me to help facilitate some classes, but I never got a chance...

We are so very sorry to hear of Dr. Wilson's passing. We considered him an essential part of our family as our kids were growing up. He was caring and compasionate. A major influence at critical times in our lifes.

Our heartfelt condolences to Carol and his family.

Bill and Charlotte Foley