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Patricia Ann Wilson
Hodges-Moore Funeral Home
Patricia Ann Wilson
Patricia Ann Wilson, age 70, passed away Sunday, December 9, 2018, at Orchard Manor in Pulaski.
    Patricia was born in Statesboro and was raised in Brooklet.
    She graduated from Southeast Bulloch High School in 1966. She attended cosmetology school and worked as a beautician for many years and also served as a caregiver for many years.
    Patricia was a member of Harville Baptist Church and enjoyed gardening and playing Bingo at Orchard Manor.
    She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Dell and Annie Maude Hendley; paternal grandparents, Benjamin and Gertha Newman; her parents, Benjamin E. and Annie Mae Hendley Newman; brother, Ben Newman; and nephew, Christopher Newman.
    She is survived by her daughters, Anita Burke, and her husband, David; and Amanda Collins, and her husband, Shannon, all of Brooklet; son, Donnie Wilson, and his wife, Sabrina, of Brooklet; eight grandsons, Brandon and Caleb Burke, Kyle Collins, Landon, Cole, Clay and Cayson Wilson and Addison Morgan; two granddaughters, Katie Collins and Ansley Burke; brother, B.E. Newman, and his wife, Gladys, of Brooklet; nephew, John Newman, and his wife, Glenda; and niece, Christina Schanen, and her husband, David.
    A gathering of family and friends will be held 10:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, December 12, 2018, at Hodges-Moore Funeral Home, immediately followed by a memorial service in the funeral home chapel with the Reverend Patrick McElveen officiating. Burial will be held privately in Red Hill Church Cemetery.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Harville Baptist Church, 90 Harville Church Road, Brooklet, GA 30415.
    Please visit our online memorial at www.hodgesmoore.com to sign the guestbook and share fond memories with the Wilson family.
    Hodges-Moore Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Statesboro Herald, December 11, 2018
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