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I knew Mrs. Mary Wilson, as I went to St. Andrews Parish High School. She was a great teacher and a great mentor. She was also a wonderful editor of the high school yearbook, "The Pelican." She will be very missed by everyone who she taught or who she worked with at the high school. God Speed. to her children, God will be with you all and God Bless. with heart felt sympathy.... Tammy (Schowe) Knecht


Posted by: A friend   Jul 15, 2010

from gail and brenda we had the grate pleasure of taking care of ms.wilson until her final days and even than she was a grate person we will truely miss her because you could not help but fall in love with her.we will miss her very much.prayers and love goe's out to the family.ms.gail brown and brenda thomas.


Posted by: A friend   Jul 15, 2010

Mrs. Wilson was one of my favorite teachers. She had a high standard for her students, and she encouraged us to be our best at school and in life. She will always have a special place in my
heart. Cheryl Priester, Class of 1978


Posted by: A friend   Jul 15, 2010

Just to add a few things I forgot. I was a student from 1971-75. I now live in Washington state.


Posted by: A friend   Jul 15, 2010

Mary Wilson will always be remembered fondly. She was deeply respected and her name became synonymous with St. Andrew's High School. Ask ANYONE that attended this school who Mary Wilson was and they can tell you in a heartbeat. Her memory will live on forever in the minds and hearts of all the students whose lives she touched. I pray for her safe passage to God and ask for His blessings on her family who now grieves for her.

Kendra Hankins Morton


Posted by: A friend   Jul 15, 2010

Mary - The years of devoted care you gave your mom are surely a comfort to you now. While I sometimes cannot remember the last phone call, the two years I spent in her English class are certainly with me as I cringe to hear poor grammar. She was with me when I admonished my sons as they married, "Please don't let your wives thank my friends for the silver/china/etc. you sent 'Rob/Bee and I". She will always be in the memories of so many.
Gill Holcombe Powell - St Andrews 1959


Posted by: gill holcombe powell    Jul 15, 2010

Aunt Mary will always have a special place in my heart.


Posted by: Sue Wilson - Broadway, NC   Jul 14, 2010

Mary , Waylon, Susie and families, Sorry to learn of your loss. Your mother was one of the most respected and devoted teachers I have ever known. She was a positive influence on all students she encountered. My only regret is that I did not pay more attention to her. Prayers and thoughts are with y'all. Peter Edwards


Posted by: Peter Edwards - Mt Pleasant, SC   Jul 14, 2010

Mary Wilson, along with a few others, was St. Andrew's.


Posted by: Peter Smyth - Charleston   Jul 14, 2010

I am one of the grateful many who was taught by Mrs Wilson to reach for more than I thought I could accomplish. Thank you. My heartfelt sympathy to Mary, Waylon and Susie.


Posted by: Jerry Norris - Calhoun, GA   Jul 14, 2010