Jessie N. Wilks

WILKS,

Jessie N. Wilks, 77. Sunrise June 12, 1932 – Sunset April 9, 2010. A retiree of Mt. Carmel West Hospital where she worked in Sterile Processing and a member of Greater Ebenezer Cathedral of praise where she served in the Choir, Usher and Missionary Ministries. Jessie was preceded in death by her father Napoleon Thompson, husband Willie Wilks, grandmother Edith Aikens, daughter Barbara Ann Wilks Nowlin, son Michael C. Wilks Sr., sister Verdell Pelmore and brothers Roosevelt and Hercules Thompson. Left to cherish her memory, mother Annie Mae Thompson, daughters Annie (Luther) Stewart, Vannessa (Robert) Gilbert, and Yvette Wilks, sons W. David Wilks, Ronald (Shari) Wilks and Donald (Monica) Wilks, sisters Edith Moreland, Angelina (John) Reed, Queenie (Anthony) Griffin, Elaine (Rev. Leroy) Curry and Shirley Battle, brothers Harold Thompson, Edgar (Frances) Thompson and Napoleon (Gloria) Thompson, 21 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Columbus Southside Dialysis :

    Mrs. Jessie will be missed greatly by all of us at Columbus Southside dialysis. She always had a smile on her face and loving words to say. Truly a pleasure to have. We will miss you Mrs. Jessie.

    Sincerely,
    Columbus Southside Dialysis

  2. Richard& Eloise Aikens :

    Hi family this your cousin richard i couldn't be with you'll today but my thoughts and prayer is.
    The faithful man Job asked if an able body man die can he live again? and of course the answer is yes because the almighty has a yearning for the work of his own hand so there is going to come a time when death nor sickness will be any more and God guarntees that.
    Love always
    Richard& Eloise

  3. Mrs. Alice Matthews Young :

    I'm deeply sorrowful over the lost of my Aunt Jesse. To the family with my deepest condolences. I will keep you all in my prayer.
    Daughter of Edgar Thompson, one of the twins,
    Alice

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