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Dave  Wilson

Memorial for Dave Wilson

Born in Austin, Texas on Jan. 28, 1952
Departed on Oct. 11, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
Service: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009
11:00 am
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Dave Wilson was born January 28, 1952 to Lottie Green and Marshall Mitchell in Austin, Texas.

He attended schools in the AISD district. He graduated from L. C. Anderson High School in 1970, was a member of the L. C. Anderson Marching Band and was the band's drum major. He also attended Texas Southern University as a music major and played the Alto Saxophone.

After leaving Texas Southern he went to work for the U. S. Mail Service as a contract truck driver in Houston, Texas where he worked until his health failed at which time he returned home to Austin, Texas. Dave was a member of New Light Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. Frank Cage, Pastor.

As a boy he loved dancing and running, always running and loved playing jokes on friends and family. He had a great sense of humor.

Uncle Dave was a very kind and caring man. He loved family and friends and was especially fond of children, always advising them to make good choices and decisions.

He passed away October 11, 2009 at St. David's Hospital.

Preceding him in death are his great grandmother Savannah Horton, grandmother Clara Bonner Reed, aunt Thelma Hill, cousins Clyde Hill, and mother Lottie Ruth Green.

He leaves to cherish his memory his son Maurice and four grandchildren of Austin, Texas; three sisters Clarice Carr (William), Carolyn Smith (Bryon) of Austin, Texas, Connie Franklin (Anthony) of Livingston, Texas; one brother Lonnie Green of Austin, Texas; nieces, nephews and a host of relatives and friends. He had a very special love for Alejandro.

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