This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elder Mildren Lee Wilson 81 years old , born on May 20, 1929 and passed away on August 15, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Janie Cox on November 18, 2013
""♥†Sorry4ur loss...""
Posted by Freda Wilson on May 20, 2013
Happy Birthday Uncle Mildren! Still missing you like crazy. I'm doing what you told me to do and I will continue to run this race! Thank you for your love and support. You will Always be my Hero!
Posted by Brandon White on July 23, 2012
I Will always remember the Great times i had well my family had with Elder Wilson such a kind man. remember going home with him some sundays eating dinner with him and Sis. Wilson as a child. Also i remember the Great times Elder Wilson & my Father Elder Theroger White had working together running revivals together (The Sons Of Thunder) that was there ministry name so many memories.
Posted by Brandy Riddick on March 5, 2012
You meant the world to us. Your messages were challenging and tailored to fit our needs. You provided God's sunshine to our lives. Your inspiration filled us with light. It was so special for us to have you. It pained us to see you go. In your special way, our hearts you always touched.. Oh how we will forever love and miss you.       A Tribute Pastor; Just for You.
Posted by Shaunda Riddick on December 16, 2011
Sitting here in tears thinking...what a Wonderful Pastor & Father! Words could never express how much I Love You! When you prayed for me you would always say "give her the desires of her heart"... THANK YOU!!! God gave us an Angel when he gave us "YOU"! Your purpose and mission was complete so God called you home. I Love You and I'll never ever forget you. Continue to look down on us! <3
Posted by Beverly Mason on November 7, 2011
Pastor Wilson my cocconut head pastor! I will always LOVE and Forever miss you. Missing sitting behind you, telling you how to preach and not to stay all day and you telling we ought not sing so long. My family and I will always love you and will always be grateful for you being our friend our father most of all a very good Pastor and Leader.   (Cooper-Mason)
Posted by Delinda Downing on November 2, 2011
Your wisdom, guidance, loving concern and encouragement meant so much. My prayer always for you was God's ever refreshing touch on yours and the First Lady's lives. You were a man, who though small in statue, stood tall among men - a hero in my eyes. I miss you so much and there is so much I would like to share with you and have you give me words of encouragement and guidance.
Posted by Kimmie Taylor on October 14, 2011
Elder Wilson was not just my Pastor but he was a father to me. He was a true role modle of holiness. Pastor not only encouraged me but he also corrected me when I was wrong. Even now when I have moments of despair, I can hear my Pastor singing "I need thee O I need thee." love ya
Posted by Delinda Downing on October 12, 2011
I will never forget the impact Pastor Wilson had on my life and the love my family had for him and still have for his family. He was like a father to me and I he will always have a place in my heart. Love you, Pastor.
Posted by Cheryl Armstead-carpenter on October 8, 2011
I fell in love with the Wilsons as a little girl. I grew up remembering Elder Wilson taking Brenda and I to the Celestial Echoes choir rehearsal & singing "Standing On the Promises of God," on Washington Temple COGIC radio broadcast. I loved this man of God and his lovely family.
Posted by Brenda Bazemore on August 18, 2011
Once you had told me

When you were gone
I'd pick up the pieces
I would go on

But you forgot to mention
One tiny detail
Somethings aren't easy
And sometimes I might fail

There's times when the world
Seems to rest on my shoulders
Not another year wiser
Just another year older

I try to recall
All
Posted by Brenda Bazemore on August 13, 2011
“No Tears In Heaven”
They say there are no tears in Heaven,
But that must be wrong today.
Because you took part of my broken heart,
When you went away.
I know my tears must have followed you,
How else can it be?
My Spirit feels broken,
‘Cause you are no longer here with me.
I cried to the Heavens,

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Janie Cox on November 18, 2013
""♥†Sorry4ur loss...""
Posted by Freda Wilson on May 20, 2013
Happy Birthday Uncle Mildren! Still missing you like crazy. I'm doing what you told me to do and I will continue to run this race! Thank you for your love and support. You will Always be my Hero!
Posted by Brandon White on July 23, 2012
I Will always remember the Great times i had well my family had with Elder Wilson such a kind man. remember going home with him some sundays eating dinner with him and Sis. Wilson as a child. Also i remember the Great times Elder Wilson & my Father Elder Theroger White had working together running revivals together (The Sons Of Thunder) that was there ministry name so many memories.
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Memory

Shared by Ryan Keyes on March 27, 2013

I remember when my grandmother passed away, Pastor and First Lady Wilson met us at the hospital, my mother was so broken and hurt, because her death was sudden. I remembe her holding my mom like a mother would and Pastor Wilson offering a word of prayer. He would always say "The Hedg-e-bess" family. My uncles adored him as their pastor. I loved to see him kick up that leg on the podium and throw that handkerchief. He may have been small in stature, but he stood tall in God. And no one could sing those old songs like he could. He is truly missed and never forgotten!

Wishing You Could Be Here

Shared by Delinda Downing on May 16, 2012

On June 1, 2012, I will be retiring from the Town of Plymouth with 25 years of service.  My children will be honoring me with a dinner on June 9th, and I wish My Pastor was here.  He has always shared in the big events of my family - simply because he was family.  For every occasion, he would show up with his "beloved Lou" whom we also love.  He was the greatest Pastor in the world, and my family will always hold the memory of him in our hearts.   That smile, that wink, that way of always making you feel special - no matter what walk of life you came from - that is why he meant so much to me.  Yes, you are gone - too soon, but I know that God loved you much more than we.  Take care of my mom and my other family members up there in Heaven, because I know you all are having a holy ghost good time, just enjoying Jesus!!!  Love you much, Pastor. 

Pentecostal Temple COGIC - 04/2009

Shared by Brenda Bazemore on May 14, 2012

Eyes To Heaven


Eyes raised to Heaven

Searching for any signs of you.

Eyes raised to Heaven

Embracing you.

Eyes raised to Heaven

Remembering your love and gentleness.

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Remembering your courage, strength, and determination.

Eyes raised to Heaven

Remembering you celebrated life.

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Treasured memories of our time here on earth.

Eyes raised to Heaven

Knowing you are safe, and happy --- free of pain.

Forever !