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Sally (White) Wilson

Fremont - Sally (White) Wilson, 87, of Fremont passed away after a brief illness on July 30, 2018 at Toledo Hospital. She was born to Dallas G. & Mable G. (Wade) White in Fremont, Ohio.

In her earlier years, Sally was a talented wood whittler, photography painter, wife, homemaker, mother, and seamstress. As life circumstances changed, Sally went to school and graduated from Davis College in Toledo. During this time, she worked at Vanguard Vocational Center as a secretary. Later she was a Rehab Aide at the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation. Before retirement, she supported the offices of The Arius-Eickert Company.

Throughout her lifetime, Sally created beautiful handiworks that often won first place or best of show awards at the Sandusky County Fair. Her famous cherry pies, and crocheted and knitted items were enjoyed by all. Her quilts were masterfully designed; she had a great eye for color and detail.

Surviving are son Bruce H. (Patricia) Wilson of Fremont; daughters Barbara J. Hoffman and companion Lloyd Anderson of Washington DC and Sheila F. (Randy) Rohm of Fremont; grandchildren Kerry Morgan and Heather Morgan of Toledo, Stephanie Fairchild of Arizona, Angel (Juan) Mata of Fremont, Ben Wilson of Fremont, Gene Thomas and Chris Thomas of Washington DC, Sarah Scott of Fremont and Dixie Scott of Gibsonburg, and many beloved nieces, nephews, and great-grandchildren.

Sally was preceded in death by son-in-law Sam Thomas of Washington DC, daughter Susan L. Morgan of Fremont, sister Donna G. (White) Dahs of Monroeville, and her parents.

As a proud blood donor, Sally also followed in the footsteps of her parents and donated her body for research.

Sally was a longtime member of Hayes Memorial United Methodist Church in Fremont. Visitation will be held at the church at 10am on Saturday, August 25, with the service following at 11am. Pastors Jen Miller and Ben Wallick will officiate. A luncheon at the church will be offered after the service.

Memorials may be made to the Red Cross of Northwest Ohio, or the Sandusky County Humane Society.
Published in the News-Messenger on Aug. 9, 2018
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