Mr. George E. Wilson

  • Born: September 9, 1943
  • Died: July 1, 2017
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

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Indianapolis, IN 46203

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George Emmett Wilson, 73, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away peacefully in his sleep at home the morning of July 1st, 2017. George was born in Brownsburg, Indiana on September 9th, 1943 to George Ashton Wilson and Hazel Pauline (Davis) Wilson. George married Janet (Young) Wilson on October 1st, 1996. They celebrated 50 years of marriage on their anniversary last year. George served in the Army National Guard for one tour of duty in the late 1960's. George worked in the mechanical engineering field for 47 years, retiring from Rolls Royce in 2014.
George was a funny and generous father and husband who loved to dance and fish in his younger days. George was preceded in death by his parents George and Pauline Wilson, and his brother David Wilson (Barbara). He is survived by his wife, Janet (Young) Wilson, his daughters Dawn Stinnett (Jeff) and Gina Wilson Schenk (Joe), his sister Deb Hardwick (John), his grandchildren, Amber Agal (John), Kevin Stinnett (Becca), Brian George Stinnett (Lauren), Kasidy Schenk, Trent Schenk, Kamryn Schenk and his great grandchildren, Alexia, Bryson, Avery, Cameron, Baylee and Bentley.
George's last wishes were to donate his organs and tissues to the Indiana Donor Network and then be cremated. Memorial donations are gratefully requested to go to the Indiana Donor Network at www.indianadonornetwork.org and click on the Foundation tab and then Memorial Gift tab. Memorial gifts may also be sent to the Indiana Donor Network, 3760 Guion Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46222. A celebration of life for family and friends will be arranged following his donation and cremation process.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Just found out about Georges passing- so sorry for your loss. I worked out at the gym with George occasionally and he was unbelievable in the shape he acquired and his dedication was tremendous. He was a pleasure to talk with and I always enjoyed when I would see him and sometimes have a beer or two. He made one of my favorite fishing rods ever and was such a talent. All that new him will miss him.

John Bradshaw

Posted by John Bradshaw - Danville, IN - Friend   September 21, 2017

Janet, Dawn and Gina, so sorry to see where George had passed away. Kathy had just emailed me the obituary and asked if this was your George and it was a surprise to me. You and George have come up in Kathy and my conversation many times and we always say we need to get together and meet for lunch or dinner and as you know we have never made that happen. Now it is too late with George but hopefully we can make that happen with you before one of the rest of us end up with George. In the meantime you have Kathy, Sarah and my condolences and prayers.

Posted by Don McGillem - Plainfield, IN - Family Friend   July 28, 2017


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