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Larry Wilson

Larry Wilson

Tuesday, September 23rd, 1947 Sunday, May 19th, 2019

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Obituary for Larry Wilson

Larry Wilson, 71 of Clarksville, passed away Sunday, May 19, 2019.
Larry entered into this life September 23, 1947 in San Rafael, CA to the late Loren and Margaret McEligott Wilson. He retired as a Senior Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force after twenty-two honorable years of service and was a Vietnam Veteran. After the Military, Larry went on to retire from DynCorp International.
Survivors include his wife, Rosetta Adkins Wilson; daughters, Julie (Robert) Bowers, Jennifer Rudolph, and Karen Wilson; sister, Charlene Shultz; grandchildren, Megan (Mitch) Marston, Hunter Bowers, Trevor Bowers, T.J. Thomas, Tyson McCush, and Douglas Wilson; great-grandchildren, Colten, Makenna, and Bristol Marston.
In keeping with Larry’s wishes, no services are planned.
Condolences may be made online at www.NaveFuneralHomes.com.

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Chuck Akerson

Deepest condolances to Larry's family and close friends who knew him well.
I met Larry around 30 years ago as a young Aircraft Inspector on an Air Force contract where we removed the Vertical Tails of many KC-135 Tankers and performed extensive Depot Level Mods. Larry was a good man, I respected his knowledge, and he helped teach our team how to fold and remove the Vertical Tail on our KC-135s, so we could do heavy structural mods at ground level. Larry, if you haven't flown to heaven yet, I want you to know I see some of the same KC-135s we worked back in our younger days of the late 80's, and they are still flying missions here in Alcoa, Tn everyday. Godspeed to heaven Larry, thanks for your service to our Country, and a special thanks for your time in the contract world as a friend.

Comment | Posted at 07:21pm via Condolence

Chuck Akerson

Deepest condolances to Larry's family and close friends who knew him well.
I met Larry around 30 years ago as a young Aircraft Inspector on an Air Force contract where we removed the Vertical Tails of many KC-135 Tankers and performed extensive Depot Level Mods. Larry was a good man, I respected his knowledge, and he helped teach our team how to fold and remove the Vertical Tail on our KC-135s, so we could do heavy structural mods at ground level. Larry, if you haven't flown to heaven yet, I want you to know I see some of the same KC-135s we worked back in our younger days of the late 80's, and they are still flying missions here in Alcoa, Tn everyday. Godspeed to heaven Larry, thanks for your service to our Country, and a special thanks for your time in the contract world as a friend.

Comment | Posted at 07:21pm via Condolence

Darwin Heisey

I had the pleasure of knowing and working for Larry. He had a sense of humor that I will never forget and still cracks me up to this day. Thank you for your service to our great country and my thoughts and prayers to your family. May you rest in peace
Comment | Posted at 07:21pm via Condolence

David Curl

Larry was a good man, mentor and friend. I have great memories to carry forward with me. It was an privilege to have been one of his electricians and when the tables turned I was blessed to have him as a sheetmetal on my team during my crewlead tenure. You will be remembered my friend and coworker. " OH MR. WILSON" ..............."Ricochet Rabbit" out.......
Comment | Posted at 06:42am via Condolence
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Michael Kennedy

Larry was a good man! I was one of his electricians in a few of his Dyn Corp days. He was a good supervisor. He will be greatly missed. My sincere condolences to the family. Thank you for your service !!
Comment | Posted at 09:35pm via Condolence
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