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|James William Wilson Sr.|
Funeral services for James William "Bill" Wilson Sr., 66, of Ferriday were held Saturday, February 9, 2008, at Sycamore Baptist Church in Vidalia with Rev. Richard Cullum and Rev. Wayne Gray officiating.
Burial followed at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Natchez under the direction Comer Funeral Home in Ferriday.
Mr. Wilson was born January 30, 1942, in Ferriday to James O. and Mary Ruth H. Wilson. He passed away Saturday, February 9, 2008, in Ferriday.
He was a lifelong resident of Ferriday and of the Baptist faith. He was a retired bodyman for Purvis Motor Co. and a member of the local Masonic lodge.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Survivors include two sons, James W. Wilson, Sr. and Johnny O. and wife, Karen, all of Ferriday; two brothers, Roy E. Wilson of Clayton and Johnny Wilson of Ferriday; two sisters, Mary Leteff of Baton Rouge and Sue Barlow of Ferriday; lifelong companion, Debbie Wiley; three grandchildren, Ophelia Diane Tyler and husband, Preston, of Lake Charles, Johnny O. Wilson Jr. of Monterey, and Charlotte Little and husband, John, of Jonesville; great-grandchildren, Michael Tyler, Timothy Tyler, Adam Tyler, Elizabeth Tyler, all of Lake Charles, and Mayson Wilson of Monterey.
Pallbearers were Shannon Wilson, Jonathan Wilson, Naymond Purdion, Daniel Cross, Allen Cary Froust, James Denning, Travis Barlow and Dennis Barlow.
Honorary pallbearers were A. J. Gibson, Jerry Sharp, Ronnie Martin, Chris Wagley, Derek Wilson and members of the Masonic Lodge.
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