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“God is the joy and the strength of my life,
He moves all pain, misery, and strife.
He promised to keep me, never to leave me.
He's never ever come short of His word.
I've got to fast and pray, stay in His narrow way,
I've got to keep my life clean everyday;
I want to go with Him when He comes back,
I've come to far and I'll never turn back.God is, God is, God is, God is...God is my all and all”
Helen Delorise Pettus Wilson, formerly of Perquimans County, transitioned from this Life on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at the Union Medical Center, Union, SC.
The "Dash" between Helen's year of birth and her year of leaving this world, will be celebrated on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Mitchell Funeral Care and Cremations Chapel with the Rev. Alvin J. Boone., Sr., officiating. She will then rest by her loving mother, in the Melton Grove Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends at 1034 Hunter Street, Elizabeth City, NC.
Helen leaves to cherish her loving and precious memories: one daughter, Latonia Wilson of Union, SC; two sons, Milton Wilson of Washington, DC and Antonio Wilson (Julie) of Upper Marlboro, Md; stepchildren, Jerry and Jermaine Jackson of Washington, DC, Sherry Wilson of Deleware; Cherry Wilson of Washington, DC; three grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; two sisters, Eartharine White and Dorothy White, of Elizabeth City, NC; four brothers, Samuel Pettus, Jr., of Chicago, IL, Johnnie Pettus of Elizabeth City, NC, David White of Virginia and Stanley White of North Carolina; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Final Care and Compassionate Services, are being provided with love, care and uncompromising dignity to the Pettus, Wilson and connected families, by the Mitchell Funeral Care and Cremations.