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Walter Mark Wilson

Walter Mark Wilson

Sunday, July 13th, 1941 Saturday, August 29th, 2020

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Obituary for Walter Mark Wilson

“My times are in Thy hands” Psalm 31:15
On Saturday, August 29, 2020, Walter Mark Wilson went to be with his Lord and Savior. He was born in Port Arthur, Ontario on July 13, 1941, and was the fourth child of Harry and Frances Wilson. Mark met the love of his life, Marilyn Wilding, and on August 5, 1961, they embarked on their eventful 59 year marriage. Over the years, Mark demonstrated his entrepreneurial uniqueness in the establishment of several ministries and businesses. Most notable are Gateway Christian Academy (1977-1994) and The Mattress King (1987-2013). Mark and Marilyn travelled extensively to Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean, Scotland, Ireland, Azores, Spain and Thailand, as well as all over the USA and Canada. Mark also visited Israel, Singapore, Australia, Zambia, Namibia, Ethiopia and Paris. In every area of his life, Mark sought to please his Master. Many hours daily were spent studying God’s Word, and on his knees in prayer. He consistently sought to share God’s way of salvation with others. During his brief illness, Mark clung to the Bible verse “My times are in Thy hands”. It was his assurance that God is in control of all the events of our lives. He knew with certainty that God lovingly works His purposes in our lives. Mark served faithfully as a shepherd of God’s people at the Gospel Hall. Each individual was precious to him and was prayed for daily. Mark will be greatly missed by his wife, Marilyn and their children; Brenda Aiello, Mark Jr. (Ranee) Wilson, Mary Wilson, Sharon (Paul) St. Cartier and Daniel (Ashley) Wilson. Also missing him are his grandchildren; Gabriel (Rachael) Aiello, Annie (Dorsey) Leach, Joy Wilson, Makana, Ikaika, Harmony Wilson, Shevaun, Noah and Jonah Wilson. And great grandchildren Sophia, Vera and Demi Aiello. Survived and missed by brothers Robert(Helen) Wilson, Charles (Margie) Wilson, sisters Rosemary (Bill) Yocum, Susan (Miles) Frank, Margaret (Paul) Capon, and sisters-in-law Carol Wilson, Barbara Smid, Barbara Wallace as well as nieces, nephews and cousins. Predeceased by his parents, his parents-in-law and brothers David, John and Ronald. A private immediate family interment took place at Riverside Cemetery on September 2, 2020. Pallbearers were Mark Wilson Jr., Daniel Wilson, Paul St. Cartier, Gabriel Aiello, Noah Wilson and Jonah Wilson. Special thank you to piper Robert Grant for the beautiful bagpipe music. Also special thanks to Dr. Biman for her care over the years and especially at this time. Thank you to the entire medical team attending to Mark while on 2A at the TBRHSC. Online Condolences may be made at www.sargentandson.com.

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Andrew Laurenson

I am really sorry to hear of the loss of a great man who has taught me so well. This hit the heart. May God watch over Mr. Wilson. My condolences
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Elizabeth Duncan

Dear Marilyn and family
I’m so sorry to hear of Mark passing away . I know you will miss him so much. We are still having a lot of trouble accepting that my brother Billy is no longer with us. Its hard to lose someone you are so close to. Out thoughts and prayers are with you Marilyn. Love Betty Anne and Wayne.
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Lois L. James

Mr. Wilson was the principal when I attended Gateway Christian Academy many years ago. I have many fond memories of going to school there. I am so sorry to hear of his passing but rejoicing that he is with the Lord! My heartfelt condolences to all his family. May the Lord comfort and bless you all.
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Sherrie Beckford

So sorry for your loss. I met Mark several times in Toronto and still remember the loving nature he had and wonderful smile. My heart goes out to the family left behind, but I know the Lord will see you through this and give you His peace.

Sherrie Beckford
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Bob Scarcello

Sorry for your loss! Our condolences to Marilyn and the Family!
Bob and Heather Scarcello
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