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Harry L. Wilson, Sr.

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“Harry I'm sorry we didn't see more of each other in our later years. I wii always remember our race from Hill Top to Maryland Delaware state line my...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Don E Palmatary - Fort Smith, AR

“Dear Kim and Nancy, My memories of Harry go way back to when we were kids. Of course he lived with Mom Mom and Dad Dad on the farm. Harry, my...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Richard Palmatary - Orlando, FL

“Dear Kim and Nancy, I am blessed to have been a cousin of Harry's. He had such a pleasant smile, quite manner, wonderful sense of humor and a great...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Elaine Holbrook Smith - Salem, SC

“Dear Nancy and Family, We are so saddened to learn of Harry's passing. I particularly will always remember him as my first boss coming to Aberdeen...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Judy Tredway - Conowingo, MD

Harry L. Wilson former resident of Cecil County, MD passed away March 24, 2013 in Palm Coast, FL. He was predeceased by his parents Harry Wilson and Sara Hitchens, first wife Sondra Wilson after 45 years of marriage and son Harry Jr. (Rusty)
He is survived by second wife Nancy R. Wilson of 8 ½ years and daughter Kim Wilson of FL, 4 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild of TX.
Harry retired after 35 ½ years of Government service as a Supervisory Computer Systems Analyst with the Chemical Research and Development Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. He graduated from North East High School in 1955, attended University of Delaware and numerous Computer and Management Training courses. Harry was a Pianist/Organist for Bayview Methodist Church plus played in several dance bands. He played in NEHS, North East Town Band and University of Delaware Marching Bands. Harry served as an officer and coach in the NE Little league. He served as the Secretary/Administrator of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 851 in Elkton, MD. Harry enjoyed many years of golf with good friends and when the playing days were over because of heart and COPD health issues, he spent many hours watching the ocean for dolphins and the occasional Right Whale at his residence in Palm Coast. Harry sincerely appreciated the love, care devotion to him from both wives and his daughter over the years. The services were private at the convenience of the family.