In Celebration of

Anna Elizabeth Wilson

January 15, 1922 -  November 29, 2022

Our beloved Anna Elizabeth Wilson passed away peacefully in her sleep during the early hours of November 29th, 2022.
She was a great-grandmother, grandmother, mother, and wife during her wonderful 100 years of life. She was faithful, gentle, loving, and kind. She will be lovingly remembered by her children: Sherron Perry (John), Patricia Ainslie (Charles), and the Rev. Dr. Paul Wilson (Deanna); grandchildren Chris (Jen), Allison (Àlvaro), Niki (Aaron), Kim (Mike), Adam and Jeff (Blythe); and her 10 great grandchildren.

Anna was predeceased in 2002 by her loving husband of 57 years, the Rev. Donald Clifford Wilson, who retired from Central United Church in Windsor, ON in 1983.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00am, on December 30, 2022, at Runnymede United Church, 432 Runnymede Rd., Toronto, ON, M6S 2Y8, with visitation starting at 10:00am prior to the service. The church mandates wearing of masks for the service.
The family wishes to send a special thank you to the staff and medical team at The Village of Humber Heights for all the love and care that they have provided to Anna over the last 6 years.

Memorial Donations may be made in Anna’s name to Runnymede United Church.


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Tom Carter (Family friend)

Entered December 4, 2022 from Edmonton

Georgia and I are so sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Wilson. She was such a lovely lady with a very big heart. In the turbulence of the late 60's, when I was a teenager and went to high school with her son Paul, Mrs. Wilson always welcomed me into the Wilson home and regularly provided a gentle, but firm, word to help me on my way. She was so gracious and so kind and I am so grateful.
Our condolences to the entire Wilson family.
Tom and Georgia Carter

Greg and Jennifer Thompson (Friends of Paul and Deanna Wilson)

Entered December 5, 2022 from Toronto

We send our condolences to Anna Wilson’s family on her passing. Our friend, Paul, looks so much like his Mum!

As you mourn the loss but also celebrate a full life, well lived, may the many memories comfort you.

Greg and Jennifer

Jill and David (Friend)

Entered December 31, 2022 from Toronto

Dear extended Wilson family,
We were privileged to meet and know Mrs Wilson through Pat, my nursing colleague, when it was discovered my grandfather had christened Pat and Paul, upon their arrival, while their dad studied at Emmanuel College at U of T. Mrs Wilson always struck me as a more lovely Nancy Reagan, full of grace, of faith and devotion to her family, as much as they were to her. She has left this world a better place, by gracing it with her precious progeny, Sherron, Pat and Paul and their children. Pat’s enviable loving care to her mom, until her dying day, as sole caregiver, was, no doubt, with the love of her extended family, what kept her heart beating for as long as it did. May all of you know there is a swarm of loving arms around you. With loving care, Jill and David

Stephen and Joy Duncan (Niece)

Entered January 13, 2023 from Enniskillen

We have very fond memories of aunt Anna. We were so sorry to hear of her passing. She was such a kind,pleasant and gentle lady and a pleasure to have in our home while she was at home on holiday.We also, have very precious memories of staying in her home and in their holiday home while we were on holiday in Canada. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time. Stephen and Joy


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