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Carolyn Hill Wilson

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Carolyn Hill Wilson, a beloved resident of Temecula, California, passed away on June 17, 2023, at the age of 75. She was born on September 3, 1947, to the late Charlie Hill and Rosa Lee Green. Carolyn led a fulfilling life, leaving behind cherished memories and a lasting impact on those who knew her.

Born and raised in Augusta, Georgia. Carolyn was the wife of a Herman Wilson, a United States Marine.  They were married for 56 years.  She was a pillar of strength and support for her husband, who served his country with honor and dedication. Carolyn’s unwavering love and devotion to her family was the foundation of their enduring marriage.

Carolyn was also a passionate License Practical Nurse serving in the OBGYN unit in various hospitals around the world. She dedicated her life to caring for others. She touched the lives of countless patients with her compassionate and nurturing nature. Her colleagues held her in high regard, recognizing her as a dedicated professional who brought comfort and healing to those in need. Carolyn was awarded the Navy’s Meritorious Civilian Service Award/medal. Outside of her professional life, Carolyn had a deep love for gardening. Her green thumb transformed her front and back yards into a colorful oasis, filled with vibrant blooms and lush foliage. Spending hours tending to her plants brought her immense joy and tranquility. Carolyn’s garden reflected her nurturing spirit, and it served as a serene retreat for her and her loved ones.

Carolyn was a loving and devoted mother to her two children Kevin and Julian Wilson. Her role as a mother brought her immeasurable happiness, and she poured her heart and soul into raising her children with love, kindness, and strong values. She was their guiding light, offering unwavering support, and providing a nurturing environment for them to thrive. In her leisure time, Carolyn could often be found engrossed in her Amazon Kindle, exploring the vast worlds within the device and occasional slot machines. Carolyn is preceded in death by her son Kevin Wilson and is survived by her beloved husband Herman Wilson. Left to forever cherish her memory is her son Julian Wilson and daughter in-law Marcella (Hopkins) Wilson, three grandchildren, Taylor, Chloe, and Juliana Wilson. sister, Clara (Hill) Fields; In addition, a wide circle of friends and extended family around the world will forever cherish the memories they shared with her. Although Carolyn’s physical presence may be gone, her spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of those she touched.

Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. Words of comfort, fond memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.EnglandFamilyMortuary.com.

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  1. Herman and Julian, you have our deepest sympathy. I pray God’s blessings above you and the rest of the family.
    Your cousins

  2. Herman,

    You have my deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved wife Carolyn. Let the love of God bring you comfort and the prayers of those who knew both of you.

    Georgene Collier Smith

  3. I am greatful to have been given the privilege of spending time and knowing my special sister in love. Carolyn Hill Wilson

  4. Uncle Herman and Julian,
    You have my heartfelt condolences in this time. May God strengthen you all as your friends and family continue to pray for you.

    With Love ❤️

  5. Uncle Herman , Julian, and family, My deepest sympathy for our loss. I pray for strength, love, and support to everyone!
    Love you All!💞

  6. We are are greatful to have been given the privilege to know Carolyn. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. Herman you have our deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved wife Carolyn. God will bring you and your family strength as we continue to pray for you.
    With love your neighbors
    Bob, Memo and Laura

  7. Carolyn Wilson was my sister’s mother-in-law. Every holiday, she and her husband would appear virtually to Spread her love to her grandchildren, her son, and my sister. She always included me. She was very kind, sweet and gentle to me. Even though there was 3000 miles between her and her grandchildren, she always made sure they knew she loved them. You have my heartfelt condolences. She definitely will be missed. 😞

  8. Carolyn Wilson was my sister’s mother-in-law. Every holiday, she and her husband would appear virtually to Spread her love to her grandchildren, her son, and my sister. She always included me. She was very kind, sweet and gentle to me. Even though there was 3000 miles between her and her grandchildren, she always made sure they knew she loved them. You have my heartfelt condolences. She definitely will be missed. 😞

  9. Uncle Herman and cousin Julian, please accept my deepest sympathy for our loss. I pray for strength, love. God Bless yall

  10. May Allah give your family peace, and comfort blessing you with beautiful memories of your time with Carolyn.

  11. Herman,
    May Allah give your family peace, and comfort blessing you with beautiful memories of your time with Carolyn.

  12. God Bless my Aunt Carolyn. She was an amazing Mother and took care of our whole WILSON FAMILY while we were in her presence. She filled her Home with love and kept her life as one big hug. God bless my Aunt Carolyn and the Wilson Family. Love, Edwin Earl Wilson

  13. Herman Condolences to You and Your Family Know that Our Hearts and Prayers are With you 🙏🏾❤️

  14. I worked with Carolyn in OB/GYN clinic at Navy Hospital Camp Pendleton. She was a very compassionate nurse. She had a very delicate position helping women with sensitive female issues. She was extremely professional and so very knowledgeable! She had the respect of every civilian and military healthcare provider! She kept meticulous records. Her patients loved her too. I was so sorry to hear of her passing. She was a joy to work with. My condolences to her family.

  15. I had the honor of serving with Carolyn for my two tours at the Naval Hospital on Camp Pendleton. I will always remember Carolyn for her warm smile, wonderful sense of humor, and warm, compassionate heart. She was a treasure. RIO, Carolyn; you’ll have Heaven organized in no time!

  16. I served with Carolyn at Camp Pendleton. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was also very efficient.

  17. Carolyn, I will miss and love you forever. We had a sister bond that a lot of people didn’t have with each other. You have gone on to join our other relatives. Rest well until we meet again, your sister Clara

  18. A life well-lived, a journey complete, A Marine Corps wife, strength so sweet.
    From Augusta’s heart, she’d proudly stand, A nurse’s touch, a healing hand.

    A mother’s love, both fierce and true, Two children’s lives she’d gently woo. Kevin and Julian, her pride and joy, Guided by her love, they’d both deploy.

    Clara and Charles, siblings in her embrace, Family bonds woven with love and grace.

    Clowns brought laughter, a garden’s delight, Wine and movies in her chair each night.

    She walked with Jesus, hand in hand, Introduced us to a love so grand. Through trials and joys, faith remained, In Christ’s embrace, love sustained.

    Tears may fall, hearts heavy with pain, But the memories of her will forever remain. In Heaven’s light, she finds her rest, A loving mother and wife, truly blessed.

    So grieve with love, remember with grace, Her life’s a gift time can’t erase. With gratitude for all she’s given, In Heaven’s embrace, she’s now livin’.

    Beyond life’s struggles, beyond every tear. The memory of her will live near. So hold onto hope, let cherished memories be your guide, In your heart, forever, she’ll peacefully reside.


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