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Patricia Ann Wilson, 1938-2005

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Special to the DailyPatricia Wilson, a longtime Eagle resident, died Sunday at age 67.
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Patricia Ann Wilson, a resident of Eagle and Glenwood Springs, died Sunday at Creekside Assisted Living in Glenwood Springs. She was 67.

Wilson was born June 10, 1938 in Kalamazoo, Mich., where she was also raised. She married Kenneth Dale Wilson, Sr. on Jan. 2, 1956 in Kalamazoo.

She was an Eagle County resident for 33 years. She was a homemaker and artist. She also was an adult graduate of Eagle Valley High School in 1977.

She volunteered as a victim’s advocate and won several awards for her art work in area county fairs.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Jerry Sallee of Kalamazoo and her sisters, Marilyn Sallee and Mary Sallee, both of Kalamazoo.

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She is survived by her husband, Kenneth D. Wilson Sr. of Eagle, CO; sons Kenneth D. Wilson Jr. of Aurora and Tim Wilson of Eagle; daughters Marilyn Charlesworth of Grand Junction and Sherry Wilson of Eagle; brother Fred Miller of Kalamazoo; and sister Ann Miller of Kalamazoo.

She also is survived by grandchildren Kevyn Fairchild of Denver; Buck Case of Grand Junction; Luke Case of Denver, Tommy Wilson of Eagle and Ayden Case of Grand Junction.

A viewing is at 9 a.m., Thursday at Brush Creek Park Pavilion in Eagle. A memorial will be held at the same location at 10 a.m.

A potluck will follow the services. For more information on the potluck, call Tanny Mcginnis 390-5272.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations to be made to the “Memorial Fund for Patricia Wilson” in care of the Wells Fargo Bank in Eagle, CO. The donations will then be made to the Special Olympics.

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