Jack L. Wilson Sr.

Jack L. Wilson Sr.

Jack L. Wilson Sr., 70, of Albion, passed away unexpectedly due to natural causes on Friday, December 23, 2022.  He was born January 25, 1952 in Erie, a son of Betty (Robson) Wilson of Albion and the late Albert E. Wilson.  Jack was a member of the Albion Moose Lodge and the Springboro Fire Hall.  He enjoyed working on cars and metal detecting.  In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his wife, Melodie Ann Wilson, a son, William Arthur Wilson, and a brother, Kenneth Wilson.  He is survived by four children, Jack Wilson Jr. and his wife, Brenda, of Albion, Melissa Dick and her husband, William, of Girard, Sandra Belden and her husband, Perry, of Albion, Sabrina Miller and her husband, Matt, of North Carolina, 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, several brothers and sisters, and many nieces and nephews.  Calling hours will be held at the Mattera Funeral Home, 188 East State Street, Albion, on Friday from 4pm-6pm.  Burial will be private in Springfield Cemetery, East Springfield, PA.  Memorials may be made to the Albion Moose Lodge, 63 East State Street, Albion, PA  16401.  To light a memory candle or leave a condolence please visit www.matterafuneralhome.com 


Left by  “Rhonda, Dave and Josh Bowersox” on 12/28/2022

We are so sorry for the loss of your dad. I (Rhonda) remember going on the spider ride with him at waldameer for one of the many Zurn shop picnics. He was hilarious, talking and joking the whole ride. Having a few drinks in him added to it I’m sure. But that is something I will always remember about him. He will be missed.

Left by  “John Miller” on 12/28/2022

So sorry for this family’s loss. Jack was one of the greats. Thank you Jack for the good times. You will be missed.

Left by  “Diane Cunard” on 12/28/2022

My condolences to the rest of the family. Jack and I have spoken many times on the phone and we went by and saw him and Mel the last time we were home. I will miss him.

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