Paul Eugene Wilson passed away on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, at Cox South in Springfield, Missouri, at the age of 50 years, four months and ten days old.
Paul was born to Gene Wilson and Martha Dobbs in West Plains, Missouri.
Paul married Shantell and together they had a beautiful daughter, Tiara Dani Wilson. Tiara was the apple in her daddy’s eye, his baby girl, and Paul was so proud of her that he would light up whenever he would talk about her. Paul was engaged to Chandra Beth Clark on October 24, 2020, who preceded him in death.
Paul graduated high school in 1990 in LaGrange, Georgia, graduated from Ozark Technical Community College in 2019 with business management degree, and was a current student of SMU. He was employed by Cox Medical Center South and loved his co-workers and they loved him.
Paul is survived by his daughter, Tiara Wilson Benton of Texas; mother, Martha Dobbs of Paragould, Arkansas; stepmother, Mary Wilson of Campbell, Missouri; brother, Chuck Wilson and wife Gina of Strafford, Missouri; sister, Becky Wilson and husband Alan Ross of Cabool, Missouri; stepbrother, Don Jackson and wife Rita of Mountain Home, Arkansas; stepbrother, Terry Jackson and wife Kim from Campbell, Missouri; six nephews; three nieces; eleven great-nieces and -nephews; and uncles, Eddie Gill of West Point, Georgia, Gene Crewse of Fordland, Missouri, and Willie Adamson of Mountain Grove, Missouri. He is also survived by many cousins and friends that he called his family.
Paul is preceded in death by his father, Gene Wilson; grandparents; three aunts, Christina Mitts, Peggy Adamson, and Dottie Crewse; a stepbrother, Dave Jackson; cousins, Sheila Crisp and Christie Gill, and the love of his life, Chandra Beth Clark.
Paul loved the Lord. What a great celebration he is having in the golden streets. He also loved his family so much and they were everything to him. Paul loved making memories with Beth and working on his computer. Paul was such a people person and loved to talk and make them laugh. He was a very hard worker. Paul never let his wheelchair stop him from successfully working really hard at his job and going to college. He loved life and will be very much missed by all who knew and loved him, and who will keep his memory alive.