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Elbert Virgil "Red" Wilson
© Cheyenne Star
21 May 1993
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

A longtime Dumas resident, Elbert Virgil "Red" Wilson, 84, died Friday, May 21, 1993 in Memorial Hospital of Dumas, Texas.
Funeral services were held Saturday in Morrison Memorial Chapel of Dumas with the Rev. Jerry Clark, pastor of the Bible Baptist Church, officiating.
Interment was in Northlawn Memorial Gardens of Dumas.
Mr. Wilson was born April 24, 1909, in Memphis.
He had lived in Dumas since 1942.
Mr. Wilson was a retired maintenance department worker at American Zinc.
He was a member of the Bible Baptist Church of Dumas.
He married Eva Cline on November 20, 1937, in Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
Survivors include his wife, Eva, of the home; one son, Walter Wilson of Raton, New Mexico; one sister, Lena Ellis of Amarillo; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were under direction of Morrison Funeral Director of Dumas.

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