Gloria Val Wilson

Gloria Val Wilson, 71, of Kenosha passed away on July 16th, 2022 at Aurora Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. Gloria was born on February 14, 1951 in Kenosha to Michael Sr. and Ellener (Farmer) Sepulveda. She graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in 1969. Gloria married the love of her life, Bobby Wilson, Jr. on August 21, 1975. Gloria was employed at American Motors, Andis Corporation and Walgreens Pharmacy. She enjoyed reading, gardening, playing games and all sorts of crafts. Gloria was a longtime member of Holy Spirit Community Church, where her and Bobby enjoyed attending services. Her faith in God was constant. Gloria loved deeply and greatly and more than anything else, she enjoyed her family and friends. 

     Survivors include her husband: Bobby Wilson, Jr.; her children: Wendy (Jeff) Hartnell, Jenni Wilson, Bobby Wilson III and Aaron Wilson; twelve grandchildren:

David Torres, Bobby Wilson III, Jerald (Ashley) Reisenauer, Ryan Mattie-Wilson, Sabrina (Tony) Seipler, Renae Torres, Aaron Wilson Jr, Riley Hartnell, Skylar Mattie, Isiah Wilson, Matthew Wilson, and Alyssa Wilson; siblings: Maryann (Richard) Dubree; Olivia (Saul) Hayne, Alice Sepulveda Holm, James (Kathy) Sepulveda,  Dorothy (Dave) Greenwald, Michael (Chris) Sepulveda, Margaret (John) Lewis, Sara (Tom) Lumley, Daniel Sepulveda, Jane (Tim) Finley, Dalana (Jeff) Wilson, and Susan Fennell; and many nieces and nephews.

      Gloria was preceded in death by her parents and her daughter Heather Noel Wilson.

      A celebration of Gloria’s life will be held at 3:00 P.M. on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at Holy Spirit Community Church (5900 – 11th Avenue) with a reception to follow. A visitation will be held at the church on Saturday from 2:00 P.M. until the time of service. All of her family and friends are welcome. 

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Thoughts for Gloria Val Wilson;

  • I will always love you sister. I will speak your name and hold tight our memories in my heart forever. I absolutely know you are in heaven.

  • Jane Finley says:

    You were always one of the coolest people I knew- such a free spirit. I have only loving and fun memories of you!! I will miss you, my dear sweet sister. Until we meet again, I will hold you in my heart.

  • Carrie Counts says:

    We met over 40 years ago, though we may not of seen each other often, I always cherished the time we all had together Bob & You, Kris & me. We had some great times. Been through a whole lot with each others lives. Thank you for being the person you were and fly on those angel wings Glo. Love ya

  • Lucinda McNerney says:

    Although I haven’t seen Gloria in years ,my memories are deep..so full of fun, laughter and love..Sleep peacefully beautiful soul..

  • We will miss your love and great spirit. Thank you Gloria for your love and support for my son Josh. You gave him love and support and encouraged him greatly in his faith and relationship with our Lord and Saviour and I will be eternally grateful to you for that. May you rest now in comfort and peace in our Lords arms and May we see you soon in God’s house. Peace for your family knowing you are home with our Lord
    We will love you always. Chris and Josh Aiello.

  • Tanya Torres says:

    Still isn’t Real but I will Miss you So Much Momma. U were my Mom when my own wasn’t, for that I will Forever greatful. I Love U and Miss u so very much G-Sugz

  • Larisa Benitez-morgan says:

    Your kindness, love, and generosity went beyond that of a “good neighbor.” You were a remarkable friend and I am grateful to have known you. I will miss you.

  • Belinda Soto says:

    My deepest sympathies for the family and all the love ones. Death is such a hard thing for me to handle. May the grace of God be with you.

    Love,
    Belinda

  • Bruce Behncke says:

    A HS friend alerted me to Gloria’s passing and I trust the family is comforted by all the heartfelt comments. My thought is she was clearly special early on and her passing evokes an event I’d not recalled for many, many years. We attended the same elementary school and “back in the day” two 6th graders (she and I) were selected to attend a trip to Wis Dells with other kids from the elementary schools around the district. Kids stayed in these little cabins and got a Dells boat trip and a tour of the Baraboo Circus exhibits. Her selection recognized – even in 6th grade, her friendliness and outgoing personality. My condolences to the family, may she rest in peace.

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