Crystal Denise Wilson


Crystal Denise Wilson attended East High School and received her GED shortly following. She successfully became a Certified Licensed Insurance Agent. She was employed at Bank One and AAA. She was a precious gift from God to Ella Mae Holmes and Wayne Ransom on June 7, 1956 in Columbus, Ohio. Her Death was sudden and an unexpected tragedy. Family and friends continue to cherish the love and affection she gave and her memories will last forever.

She is preceded in death by her mother Ella Mae, grandmother Florence Patrick and her loving stepfather, Carl Holmes. She leaves behind to cherish her memory father, Wayne Ransom, children, Anthony D. Graves, Brandia R. Graves, Kristina M. Gainey, Kimberly R. Gainey, Kelsey L. Wilson and Kasey Wilson, sisters, Marie (Darryl) Green, Sharon Bryant, Shelia Holmes, Yolanda (Thurman) Cunningham, Ella Mae (Greg) Scott, brother, Timothy Holmes, four grandsons, Anthony, Timothy, Brandon, and Jayden and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who will greatly miss her loving spirit.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Rev. Ivon & Darlene Roberson :

    Sheila Holmes & Family,
    You are loved and your sister was loved. We thank God for the miracle of closure and peace that HE has given to your family. Be still and know that HE is GOD. We love you my sister.

  2. I am truely sorry for your lost as I know u would have rather found her live and well. Know she is in a better place and your heart can begin to heal as she will never be forgotten! Remember the times you all shared and that will keep you going, be strong for eachother and God will help you with the rest! Truely sorry, Serena

  3. I worked with Crystal a very short time at
    AAA. She was a very sweet, kind person.
    She spoke of her children often. I'm glad
    I knew her even though it was for a short
    time. May God watch over her loving family.

  4. I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I wish I could be there for you tomorrow. I always enjoyed seeing your mom at school functions. She talked about all of you. She was so proud of her children and it was always obvious how much she loved you. The Duxberry family will be thinking of you.

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