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Sheila Wilson

Sheila Kinch Wilson

Thursday, October 29th, 1931 - Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
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Sheila Wilson passed away peacefully on March 10, 2021 at the age of 89. She will be forever loved and deeply missed by her family, relatives and friends.

As we continue to pray for an end to this horrible virus, the Wilson Family would like to thank you for your support during their time of sorrow.
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Karen & Chris Mariani

Posted at 09:50pm
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Trevor Smith

Posted at 01:56pm
My sincere condolences to the Wilson clan. While it was a lifetime ago that I worked with Doug and Sheila at Camp Nominingue, I have so many fond memories of our time together. Their energy level, creative skills and imagination made them very special people at Camp. Sheila introduced pottery to the Camp program. I am sure that there are still many pieces of her pottery proudly displayed in former campers' homes. I remember the results of their theme night planning. The best for me for me was the British Pub Night. At the other end of the spectrum was Cannibal Night where everyone carved a turnip to resemble a shrunken head. Two wonderful people!!
-Trevor Smith
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Chris and Bessie White

Posted at 08:40pm
Sheila will remain in our hearts forever. A warm, caring, compassionate woman. Always there for you when seas got rough. Calm and sun always followed.
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Cameron Wilson

Posted at 11:25am
Grandma,

I am so eternally grateful for all the time we had together. You shaped me into the man I've become today, you did that for all of us. We could talk about anything without fear of judgement. I'm lucky to have a trove of memories of us all together. You will ALWAYS live on in our memories and we'll pass on your experiences to the next generation.

Love you and Grandpa always, Gran.
Cammy.
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Mervyn

Posted at 07:31pm
I won't miss you Sheila because you are with me whenever I paint.

"Soften that edge, lose that one, see the whole painting."

We shared creative philosophies, had the same tutors and had a shared art heritage.

We shared a studio in the basement utility room in which you couldn't swing a cat, besides
"Sam" had no tail and was hard to swing. Sheila sat at her wheel and I made a sculpture.
We didn't talk as we were both connecting with our own creative spirits. and the kids would be
home and dinner needed to be made so we got on with it, in silence.

Sheila's friendship was the longest of my life...54 years. We shared things that no one else knows
about us and never will. Sheila and Doug always treated myself and family as their own, for which I am eternally grateful.

To all my Wilson family my love and condolences. You know how I feel.

I had a special relationship with my "other mother" who was a wonderful surrogate grandmother to Devon and Sarah.

I'm off to paint and I need a little help from my mentor.

"Be there in 5 Sheila."
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