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Steve B. Wilson

MOORESVILLE — Steve Brian Wilson, 34, 443 Patterson Farm Road, died Nov. 27, 2006.

A service was held Saturday (Dec. 2, 2006) at Lady’s Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Herman Absher.

Born Jan. 5, 1972, in Cabarrus County, Mr. Wilson was a son of Steve and Shirley Ruth Gray Wilson, Fort Mill, S.C., and Steve Wilson.

A 1990 graduate of Mount Pleasant High School, he also graduated from the North American Institute of Aviation, Conway, S.C., and worked as a mechanic for the N.C. Department of Transportation. He was a member of The Cove Church and served with his wife, Leigh Wilkinson Wilson, on the South Iredell Volunteer Fire Department.

Survivors, in addition to his parents and wife, include daughter Ainsley Wilson, of the home; sister Shelley Bewley, Concord; and grandmother Mildred Boger Gray Glamm, Lake Wales, Fla.

Memorials: Ainsley Wilson Educational Fund,c/o Debbie Taylor, State Employees Credit Union, 111 Brawley School Road, Mooresville, NC 28117.

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