Marilyn Wilson

Obituary of Marilyn Anne Jean Wilson

Marilyn Anne Jean Wilson formerly of New Glasgow passed away peacefully on Thursday ,May 28th ,2020 in the Aberdeen Hospital ,New Glasgow. Born in New Glasgow on August 6, 1960, Marilyn was the daughter of the late Leonard and Rosalind (nee Cameron) Wilson. Marilyn spent her childhood years in Newtown playing soft ball, fishing and enjoying a dip in the "Swimming Hole". She then moved to Stellarton at 17 where she looked after many children in the neighborhood, before moving on to work for Sobeys. After having children, Marilyn became a stay at home parent and took great pride in being a mom. She was a long-time member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was very strong in her faith. She was a wonderful gardener, great cook, an even better baker and will be remembered for her sense of humor, quick wit and generous heart. Marilyn is survived by her daughters; Renee MacGregor(Wayne Frazee), Nicole MacGregor(Trevor Stinson), granddaughters; Hailey and Hannah Frazee step grandchildren Jacob and Emma Stinson, brothers; James(Marlene) Wilson, John Wilson, Stanley(Christie) Wilson, several nieces and nephews, her uncle Lawrence Cluney, her former husband William MacGregor, his daughters; Jaime MacGregor and Mindy MacGregor(Blaine LeBlanc) and their children. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Angus Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Marilyn's daughters would like to thank VON homecare and nursing, the staff at Ivey's Terrace, as well as the wonderful staff at the Aberdeen ICU and Palliative Care units for their wonderful care and compassion over the years and during the final days of Marilyn's life. Donations in Marilyn's memory can be made to The MS Society of Canada or to a charity of one's choice. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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