Lois

November 23, 1937 ~ January 23, 2021

Born in: Edmonton, KY
Resided in: Columbia, KY

Lois Pearl Wilson, 83, of Columbia passed away Saturday, January 23, 2021 in Glasgow.     Born November 23, 1937 in Metcalfe County she was the daughter of the late Luther Delphus and Sallie Dickson Bragg.    She joined Prices Creek Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and was a lifelong and faithful member thereof.

Besides her parents Lois was preceded in death by her husband Davis Carter “Dave” Wilson. A brother and two sisters.   Earl Bragg, Vola Bailey and Dottie Coffey.

Lois was a homemaker and worked for many years at Edmonton Manufacturing in Edmonton.   After retirement she helped to  care for elderly sitting in their homes.  She was a very gifted quilter which can be seen in many of her hand pieced quilts.

Lois is survived by three children.   Teresa and husband Johnny Brown of Edmonton.   Mike Wilson of Columbia and Kevin Wilson of  Nashville.  Four grandchildren.   Brittany and husband Kurt Klingburg of Columbia.  Brian and wife Casey Brown of London, Kentucky.  Stephanie Brown of Madison, Tennessee and Ashley and husband Nick Gabow of Glasgow.   Three great grandchildren.   Hillary, Benson and Elodie.

Funeral services for Lois Wilson will be held 1:00 PM Wednesday at the Prices Creek Baptist Church with burial in the Shirley-Dickson Cemetery.   A walk-through visitation will be from 4:30 PM until 8:00 PM Tuesday and after 9:00 AM Wednesday at the Butler Funeral Home.

Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Mrs. Wilson.   Please share your messages of condolence with the family at www.butler-funeralhome.com.    For  those wishing to honor her in person will be required to wear a mask to ensure the health of the family and others attending.

 

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  1. So sad to hear of Lois’ passing. She was my neighbor for many years and a great one at that! She was a great lady that will be missed!

  2. I have had the honor of seeing Ms Lois for several years.
    She was one of the kindest, sweetest people I have ever met.
    I will miss her so very much.
    May God give you comfort knowing she is home and having no more pain.
    Pat Spears

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