Mary Vasilion Wilson 55 loving and devoted wife and mother went home to be with our Lord
and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday January 20, 2016. She was born February 15, 1960. She was a
nutritional consultant and personal fitness trainer and helped many clients achieve their health goals.
She is preceded in death by her parents George E. and Ann M. Vasilion, her brothers Ernest and Mickey
Vasilion and is survived by her loving husband Anthony J. Wilson, her daughter Mariah Ann Wilson, and
her sister Thalia V. Macri and husband Thomas. A private memorial service will be held to honor her life.
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To all the members of the Vasilion and Wilson family,I extend my sincere sympathy. Mary was my student at TCC many years ago, one who stood our in memory as a woman of great courage, optimism and grace. Her love of her daughter, Mariah was always evident in her actions with me. Mary loved learning about nutrition and was a beacon for heaping others move towards a better quality of health. May her peace and grace and your happy memories sustain you during this difficult time. Dr. Christine Medlin, Ph.D.,R.D.
So very sorry to hear of Mary’s passing . I attended high school with Mary..always thought she was she a Beautiful lady..she u ch he was very kind to me .Our world needs more people like Mary.. Love and Prayers for All her family and friends XXOO
I am so sorry to hear this sad news of Mary’s passing. We were good friends in Jr. high school in the 7th and 8th grades but unfortunately drifted apart due to attending different designated high schools. Though it was only a short time in our young teen lives and seems like a lifetime ago, we shared a special bond. We had a lot of fun and crazy adventures together. We rode our bikes everywhere, places and distances our parents would have probably preffered to have driven us. We went to the roller skating rinks with our friends, had sleepovers, shopped at Military Circle mall and even saw the Cowstills play there, and enjoyed endless movies at JANAF. One of my fondest memories was of Norfolks record snowfall which led to a week of snowball fights and snowforts. Mary’s beautiful mother was always so kind to me and my family. I remember being invited to the Vasilians for Easter one year and they introduced me to their traditional Greek Easter Bread. Another fond memory. In turn Mary and her mom joined our family for our annual Irish St Paddys day parties where music and green prevailed all night long. So many adventures and yes, some shenanigans that won’t be mentioned (but all innocent fun). In recent years I tried to look Mary up to no avail. I wish we could have reunited to reminisce. I hope this note comforts your family in any small way. For now, I will always remember that young beautiful teenager who contributed to my awkward years of Jr High. Until we meet again dear Mary. R.I.P.
Tony & Mariah I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your wife/mother. May she rest in peace ?
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. When I think of Mary, I will always smile. She will live forever in our memories.
I just learned of Mary’s passing and send my deepest heartfelt sympathy. It is always too soon to lose those we love but especially someone as young as Mary. May you find strength in your happy memories of Mary. I am so very sorry to hear of her passing.