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Kathy Lachelle Wilson  Williams was born in Greensboro, North Carolina October  6, 1959.  to the late William A. Wilson II and Maggie Mae Carlyle Wilson.

Kathy was preceded in death by her brother Aaron V. Wilson.

Kathy was raised in Greensboro NC where she attended Greensboro City Schools and graduated from James B. Dudley High School in 1977 also attended GTCC for Accounting. She held jobs during high school and college at Guilford Mills and Maid Rite Sandwich Co. She was employed at Mass Mutual Insurance Co after which she made a career as a Mortgage Loan Processor at American Federal Savings and Loan, and Mutual Saving and Loan. When working for Project Homestead she found great joy in qualifying people to purchase their first homes, there are a great number of people who would not have accomplished the American dream if it were not for all of her diligent work and guidance. After landing a job at The Bank Of  America Corporate Office, she relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. In Atlanta she was a faithful member of  Victory Outreach for several years, where she traveled all over the country as a missionary spreading the love of God everywhere she went.  She never met a stranger, would give you her last she took the love of Jesus everywhere. In 2012 she relocated back to  Greensboro and returned to her home Church Mount Zion Baptist church where she was a faithful member

 

Kathy spent her final days at  Beacon Place  as  she fought  her battle  to bladder  cancer where she was surrounded by family and friend she lost here battle but won her crown May 29, 2018

 

Kathy leaves to cherish her memory her stepmother Annie D. Wilson two daughters Lachelle Pennix and Lelia Harris Of  Greensboro, NC  Brothers William A. Wilson III of Riviera Beach FL and Travis K. Wilson of  Raleigh, NC

Sisters Wanda R. Wilson and Katrina N. Wilson-Milton (Calvin)

Carleen L. Wilson all  of Greensboro, NC 

Two Grandchildren

Cameron J. Harris and Trinity R. Harris of  Greensboro, NC

A Host of Nieces & Nephews

Long time friend of 40+ years Gloria J. Poteat Coleman and Best friend Tami Boyd Douglas

and a host of family and friends

 

A service honoring her life will be held Monday, June 4, 2018 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church; 1301 Alamance Church Rd. Greensboro, NC.  The visitation will begin at 12:30 pm and the service will follow at 1 pm.

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  • Thursday, May 31, 2018
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Perry J. Brown Funeral Home
  • Thursday, May 31, 2018
    Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your dear love one. A scripture that has given me much comfort is Revelation 21:4 which promises that one day death will be no more. I hope this scripture brings comfort to your family during this difficult time.
    ~ Dorothy   Greensboro, NC
  • Sunday, June 03, 2018
    To the Family of a Dear Sister & Friend Indeed too my Family.We call her Big "C" May Our Lord walk with you through Every valley,holding your hands,steadying your Every steps,And He will carry you when your strength is gone.Our Deepest Sympathy.Alfred & Pat Lindsay King
    ~ Alfred &Pat Lindsay King   Greensboro, NC
  • Sunday, June 03, 2018
    To the Family of a Dear Sister & Friend Indeed too my Family.We call her Big "C" May Our Lord walk with you through Every valley,holding your hands,Steadying your Every steps,And He will carry you when your strength is gone.Our Deepest Sympathy.Alfred & Pat Lindsay King
    ~ Alfred &Pat Lindsay King   Greensboro, NC
  • Sunday, June 03, 2018
    To the Family of a Dear Sister & Friend Indeed too my Family.We call her Big "C" May Our Lord walk with you through Every valley,holding your hands,Steadying your Every steps,And He will carry you when your strength is gone.Our Deepest Sympathy.Alfred & Pat Lindsay King
    ~ Alfred &Pat Lindsay King   Greensboro, NC
  • Wednesday, June 20, 2018
    We deeply feel for what you and the family are going through. At times, there isn't much that can soothe the pain this grief brings, but you may find some comfort in the words of Psalms 9:9 which reads: "Jehovah will become a secure refuge for the oppressed, A secure refuge in times of distress." Yes, our Loving God can help if we allow him to (1John 5:14). He also has made the SURE promise of a resurrection right here on earth, when it is restored to a Paradise (Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:9-11,29). No, not just a dream, but for a certainty he will do it, for Isaiah 55:11 shows us that everything he says, he accomplishes without fail. You can find out more online at JW.ORG
    ~ R&R Lopez