Sally L. Wilson, 74, of Virginia Beach passed away January 23, 2022 in the comfort of her home.
Sally was born November 19th, 1947 to Willard and Mary Deremer in Scranton, PA. She was a graduate of Lackawanna Trail High School in Factoryville, PA. In 1966 she married the father of her children, Harold F Wickizer Jr. Sally worked in Civil Service and retired with over 20 years of dedicated service. Right before her retirement she met Leamond Wilson, Sr. and were married in 2000. With a new husband and now retired, Sally took every opportunity to live life to the fullest. She loved cruising and went every chance she could. She was an active member of Red Hat Ladies and the Dazzling Diamond Divas. Sally will always be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother and friend. She will be deeply missed.
Left to cherish her memory is: a daughter, Heather Faith Seggelink and husband Roger Flick; son, Eric Howard Wickizer and fiancé, Susan Williams; sister, Margaret Furneaux and husband Colin; brother, Robert Deremer and wife Anne; three grandchildren: Sarah Ashley Brooks and husband Brent; Jacob Arhiem Seggelink and Mattisen Kerr and husband Jared Kerr; a great-grandson, Carter Kerr and a step-great granddaughter, Carlee Brooks
A celebration of life will be held at 3:00 pm, Saturday February 5th, 2022, at Family Choice Funerals and Cremations. Please share your condolences with the family at www.FamilyChoiceFunerals.comSend Flowers
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To Heather and Eric and families,
My deepest sympathies to you and your loved ones.
I wish you peace and comfort as you grieve. God Be with you.
Rest In Peace Sally,
Heather and Eric:
So sorry to hear about your Mom passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Your Mom was a very special person.. Are you having a service for her?
Our prayers are with you
GOD HAS PICKED ANOTHER ROSE
SHE IS AT PEACE FOREVER
My heart is with you guys at this time…
I’m so very sorry for your loss. I remember sleep-overs at your house and your mom and dad fixing all of us breakfast! French toast! Hugs and prayers for all of you.
Eric and Heather Bill and I are so glad we had the pleasure of knowing Sally. Eric as you and Susan are engaged! I have no doubt your mom will watch over you both as you enter into your furure!! Sally was truly a loving lady and was so sweet to our grandson! May she RIP holding her head high with all the Red Hatter’s! Through her life she had given me a reason to become a Red Hat Lady!
I am sorry for your loss. I remember sleep-overs at your house and your mom and dad fixing all of us breakfast! French toast!
Eric and Heather,Bill and I are so glad we had the pleasure of knowing your mom! I have know dought with your engagement to our daughter in my heart she will watch over you and Susan as you enter your future together! Sally was truly a loving woman and so very sweet to our grandson! Sally has given me a reason to join the Red Hat ladies! May she RIP with all the Red Hatter’s❣️
Heather and Eric, sending heartfelt condolences …
I’m truly SO saddened by this tragedy … feels wayyy too early …
But we all realize that your sweet Mom is free of all the negatives and pain now, and for that, we’re so grateful.
May she rest in peace.
I’m very sorry to learn the news about her passed away. In my thoughts and prayers are with you and family during difficult time. She was a very special person, very fun, and my favorite sweet supervisor at work (NAS Oceana ~ Va. Beach, Virginia). She was a great cooker, also. RIP Sally! Miss and love you to Sally from Rebecca Forinash
Thinking of you all from afar.
I’m so thankful to have had Sally as a sister-in-law. She was so welcoming from the outset and loving and supportive throughout all the years to follow.
I, as will many, will miss her but find comfort in the knowledge that she is now at peace and with loved ones..