Wilson BBQ Fund-raiser slated

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David Scott “Scotty” Wilson passed away very suddenly and unexpected. He was a employee at Carquest for 13 years and was happily married for 18 years to his wife Sandy Wilson. He has a son and a grandson.

Scotty was born on December 16, 1959 in Hearne, but soon moved to Waco with his family. Scotty graduated from McGregor High school in 1978. In 1989 he moved back to Hearne. 

Before working at Carquest Scotty made cabinets at Raymart in Waco, he also worked at Lowes for a couple of years.

Scotty loved to share tales about his fishing adventures. He not only loved to fish, but he loved to hunt and be outdoors.

Scotty was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan.

There will be a BBQ benefit in Scotty’s honor to help raise money for his family.

There will be lunch plates for $10 or you can buy a whole brisket for $50. 

The benefit will be Saturday, September 14 at the Heartfield-Ritter Funeral Home parking lot, which is behind Carquest. The benefit will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will last until everything is sold out.

Tickets will be available for purchase at Carquest and Ace Hardware prior to September 14. They will also be sold the day of the event.

Scotty’s dad would like to say “Thank you all for the very special good-byes to “Scotty” as he left his many, many friends and loved ones. I know he left a mark on all who knew him and he loved you “all”.

If he was looking down Wednesday, I know he knew how much everyone loved him. He was a very special to all who knew and loved him.

Special thanks to life-long friend and pastor, Bro. Mark Griffin, Bro. Howard Vann, and Bro. Dale Wells. “Gone, but never forgotten”

He is living with Jesus now!” 

Suezan Hoskins / Robertson County News

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