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Danny R. Wilson
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Birth: May 19, 1956
Death: Oct. 16, 1994

Obituary: Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, October 18, 1994

Danny R. Wilson, 38, Iberia, died Sunday at the University of Missouri-Columbia Hospital and Clinics. He was born May 19, 1956, in Miller County, a son of Claude and Eula Casey Wilson. His mother survives in Iberia. On May 27, 1977, he was married at Tuscumbia to Bobbie Roark, who died Sunday.

Other survivors include: two daughters, Heather Wilson and Holly Wilson, both of Iberia; four brothers, Harold Wilson, Ronnie Wilson and
Tony Wilson, all of Iberia, and Sherrill Wilson, Tuscumbia; three sisters, Doris Cross, Phyllis Lehigh and Connie Barber, all of Tuscumbia.

Services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Iberia High School Gymnasium. Brother Gene Edwards and Brother Elton Dake will officiate. Burial will
be in the Livingston Cemetery, near Iberia. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. today at the Stevinson-Rekus Funeral Home, Iberia. Memorials have been suggested to the Heather and Holly Wilson Memorial Fund in care of the Bank of Iberia. 
 
Burial:
Livingston Cemetery
Iberia
Miller County
Missouri, USA
 
Created by: Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Record added: Mar 21, 2007
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Danny R. Wilson
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Danny R. Wilson
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Danny R. Wilson
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