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Jacob Wyatt Wilson
© Grace Memorial Chapel
09-2009
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Grace Memorial Chapel

Jacob Wyatt Wilson, resident of Fairfax, passed away on Tuesday, September 1, 2009. He was five years old.

Jacob was born the son of BillyRay Earl Wilson and Weslie Christina Basehar Costello on November 13, 2003 in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Jacob was a bright little boy with a big heart and warm smile. He was an outdoor kid who loved to fish, swim and play with his brothers. Jacob loved all animals; cats, dogs, cows and horses and being a typical boy he also loved frogs and worms. He loved going to his grammys house to eat and listen to her play the piano. He enjoyed picking acorns and snuggling with his dad before going to school. He also treasured every night sitting and reading books with his mom before bed. He loved going to school and Sunday school and was excited to announce that Mrs. Tonya would be his teacher again. Jacob never knew a stranger and would give the biggest and warmest hugs. He loved to ride in his grandfathers semi truck and adored fire trucks, and when he grew up he was going to be a fire fighter because he loved helping people, even after death he helped by being an organ donor. His sweet spirit is going to be greatly missed.

He is survived by his parents, BillyRay and wife, Rachel and Weslie Costello and husband, Eric; brothers, Christian Wilson and Gabriel Wilson; sister, Gabrielle Costello; paternal grandparents, Howard and Nancy Wilson; grandmother, Shelly Costello; great grandparents, Lillian Grammy and Don Grandpa Farris; aunts, Tina Tee Tee Dugan, Michelle Pieplow and Missy Costello; uncles Jim Dugan and Richard Costello; cousins, Devon Prater, Michael Dugan, Brent Dugan, Dakota Dugan, Jaden Costello, Kaydence Costello and Rihana Costello; and his adopted family, Barbara Cottle, Gwen Rhea, Pamela Fields, Dyle Cottle, Joseph LaRue, LeRoy Fields and Lonnie Rhea, Susan Cottle, Zach Cottle and Tyler Cottle, Joseph LaRue, Christina Rhea, Sarah Rhea and Michael Rhea, Dalton Fields, Brittany Fields, Devon Fields and Kelsey Fields.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Charlie Basehar and Lori Basehar; great grandparents, Paul Wilson, Howard Phillips and Don Basehar and Buster Revels; great grandmother, Myrtle Tooty Irene Leslie; great great grandparents, Harry and Millie Betz; adopted grandfather, Albert Cottle; and adopted great great grandparent, Merle Turner.

The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, September 4, 2009 at Grace Memorial Chapel with Reverend Wayne Taylor of First Osage Baptist Church officiating. Burial will follow at Odd Fellows Cemetery under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel. Memorial contributions would be appreciated.

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