Jacqueline Alisa Wilson

September 5, 1960 - January 11, 2012

Wilson, Jacqueline Obituary

Jacqueline Alisa Wilson (AKA: Jacque) was born on September 5, 1960 in Darlington, South Carolina.  She was the youngest of ten children born to the late Melvin and Geneva Phillips.

Jacque graduated from St. John High School in June, 1977 and received two Bachelor of Science Degrees from Francis Marion College in June 1982 and Strayer College in December, 2000.  She was employed by the National Education Association for 25 years.  Jacque was an outstanding employee.

Jacque joined the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church and was baptized on April 24, 1999.   She was an active and devoted member.  Jacque, attended Bible Study, she was a member of the Voices of Joy, Sanctuary Choir, Voices of Pilgrim Rest,  Finance Ministry, Abundant Life Women’s Ministry,  New Members Ministry and Singles Ministry.  

Jacque married her husband, William L. Wilson on April 7, 2007.  Jacqueline was a devoted wife, a caring mother and grandmother, loving sister, niece, aunt and a great friend.  She enjoyed playing cards but most of all, winning.  
 
In 2011, Jacque became ill.  But even during her most trying times you could still find her in the kitchen baking for friends. .  Jacque’s faith was so  strong, she knew which ever way it went, she was a “Winner”.

To cherish her memories and legacy, Jacqueline leaves her husband, William L. Wilson, a son, Thomas L. Coleman, a daughter, Toni N. Thompson, one grandson, Tremaine L. Coleman; six sisters,  Barbara Roberson, Juanita Pearson (Wallace), Lydia Kirven (Alexander), Doris Johnson, Brenda Goodson (Jerome), Rowenia Phillips; three brothers, John Phillips (preceded in death), Charles Phillips (Carolyn), David Phillips (preceded in death).  A special uncle and aunt, Bobby and Gladys General; six sisters-in-law,  Mary Brown (Charles), Billie Smith (Willie), Karen Allen (Lionel), Wanda, Marcia and Carolyn Wilson, and a host of other relatives and friends.




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