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Obituary: Wilson, Margaret T.

Age 88

WILSON, Margaret T. Margaret T. Wilson, Spokane resident, went home to be with the Lord on February 5, 2014.

She was born in El Centro, CA., on January 15, 1926.

She was educated in Imperial Valley Schools and on February 15, 1944 was married to J. Robert Wilson, also from the Imperial Valley.

Their wonderful marriage of 64 years blessed them with three sons, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Mr. Wilson preceded her death on June 28, 2008.

Mrs. Wilson was an elementary school secretary for 10 years and a popular artist in her local area.

She was a member of the Imperial Valley Art Association.

They enjoyed traveling, had many friends and were always active in their local church.

In 2001, Margaret and Bob were encouraged by their sons to move to the Northwest.

They purchased their home in Laurelhurst Place and immediately became involved in their new Washington community.

They were actively involved at South Hill Bible Church.

They enjoyed having their many friends at their home for times of fellowship.

Margaret is survived by the following: Dan and Judy Wilson of Vancouver, WA; David and Kristi Wilson of Dillon, Mt; Duane and Ginny Wilson of Spokane.

Grandchildren: Kim and Austin Demary of Lake Stevens, WA; Dana and Abdel Selouane of Ashland, OR; Koy Wilson of Santa Cruz, CA; Kaci and Stephen Bonar of Gilbert, AZ; Katie and Ryan McKinsey of Mountain Home, ID.

Great-grandchildren Ellza Nelson of Ashland, OR; Alexia Demary of Seattle, WA; AJ Demary of Lake Stevens, WA; Annaliese McKenzie of Mountain Home, ID and Brooklynn McKenzie of Mountain Home, ID.

A memorial service will be held at the South Hill Bible Church at E. 958 29th Avenue, Spokane, WA 99203 at 10 am, Monday, February 10th.

A memorial in her name has been set up at the church in lieu of flowers.

Burial will be in Spokane beside her husband.

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