- 50 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 10, 1963
- Date of passing: Feb 2, 2014
|Let the memory of Barry be with us forever|
Barry Lynn Wilson, 50, a resident of the Grassy Creek Community passed away February 2, 2014 at his home.
A native of Granville County he was the son of the late Bernice and Joann Wilson. He was a member of Tungsten Mine Baptist Church and was a retired carpenter.
Memorial services will be conducted Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at Tungsten Mine Baptist Church by the Rev. Sam Brewer.
Surviving are his daughter Tracy Wilson Overby and husband Peyton, a son, Christopher Lynn Wilson (Carrie), two sisters; Donna Wilson Nobling and Elaine Wilson Blackwell, two grandchildren; Lucas Peyton Overby and Bailey Grace “ Zoey” Overby. He was preceded in death by a brother Ricky Joe Wilson and a stepfather, Billy Mitchum.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to a charity of one’s choice or to the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.
"I love and miss you a .lot. I hope and pray that you are a happier person where you are now. And I hope all the pain is gone. I hope you are walking around on two legs. Tell all the rest of the family I sais hello and that I love them. Rest in peace. Your sister, Donna"
"I just saw this on the Eakes website today! I am so sorry that Lynn has passed away. I haven't seen him in so many years! Just saw pictures at Mama's recently of the time we went to Niagra Falls!! (30-some odd years ago!) Love the picture of him holding the fish! He sure favors Bernice! Elaine and Donna, Tracy and Chris, Lucas and Zoey, I am sorry for your loss... you will be in my prayers. Lynn, Rest in peace, "little brother", and give Bernice a hug for me!"
"To the entire family: We are so sorry about Lynn. We just wanted you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. GOD bless you all.
Kenny,Tempie,Karen,and Kenny G. Forbes"
"To the family of Lynn, I would like to say how sorry I am to hear of Lynn's passing. I remember him as a little boy about three years old as your family lived next door to us on Broad Street many years ago. My thoughts and prayers are with you and I know he will be missed. May the Lord bless each and everyone of you in your time of grief."
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