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Stephanie N. Wilson
February 23, 1961 ~ October 27, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Our dear Stephanie N. Wilson sadly transitioned on October 27, 2023 at age 62. She was a wonderful, strong, resilient mother to her son JaVante, who was her entire world, as she was his. Stephanie had siblings, aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends. Stephanie was well liked and loved by many wherever she went: work, community, etc...
She was preceded in death by both parents, Henry and Dorothy Wilson. She is survived by her son and best friend, JaVante J. Wilson, and her furry son, Kobe. Her sisters : Mamie Charlton, Sheila Wilson-Carswell, Bernita (Joseph) Flye, Lakeisha (Jason) Davis , and Jazmin Wilson. Her brothers: Michael Wilson, Derrick (Tammy) Wilson, Darrell Wilson, and Christopher Wilson. Her aunties: Lucille (Eugene) Matthews, Catherine Wilson, Jenetta (Clarence) Knox, and Dorothy Brownlee. She was known to her nephew, Jason Davis II, as Grandma Sweet Sweet. Multiple cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, special friends, Becky Carswell and Julie Carswell-Rogers, and Lutheran Hospital staff.
Stephanie enjoyed working. She was a foster parent and also worked at Aetna. She worked at Lutheran Hospital and enjoyed her part-time job at Khol's, especially the discounts she received to b=uy gifts for her loved ones.
On August 24th, 1994, Stephanie received the greatest blessing and gift when she delivered her son, JaVante, into the world, whom she raised to be a respectful, hardworking young man, who made her proud. Not only being his mom and best friend, they took many trips together, including celebrating his 21st birthday in Las Vegas. She prided herself in the fact that he never gave her a moment of worry and had she had her way, she never would have left him. Stephanie prepared JaVante for this time, knowing that with their close relationship, this would be hard for him. She prepared her whole funeral from start to finish and had her sister/niece, Lakeisha Davis, carry out her wishes as she wanted. Stephanie felt that no mother loved her child as much as she loved her son, and she believed that firmly. JaVante knew, in turn, that he had the best mom ever, and he will miss her dearly. If you knew Stephanie, you indeed had some delicious treats she baked for holidays, birthdays, and just because. Stephanie loved to cook, bake and give flowers, especially for those that she cared about.