Mary Solomon Wilkins

Passed 03/24/2020

Obituary for Mary Solomon Wilkins

With an abundance of love and concern, S. Jones F. and C. is embracing the heartbroken loved ones of Mrs. Mary Solomon Wilkins, 68, of Sharpsburg, NC as they prepare to say “Farewell” to this vital link to their family chain. Mrs. Wilkins, a native of Enfield, NC closed the curtains on this journey called life on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 in the comfort of her home.

Services to commemorate the legacy of Mrs. Wilkins will begin with a public visitation on Friday, March 27, 2020 between the hours of 5 pm and 7 pm where she will lie in a tranquil repose in the main chapel of S. Jones Funerals and Cremations.

The events will climax with a Service by the Graveside on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 2 pm in the cemetery of Enfield Memorial.


Guest Book

Mary looked so much like her mother's sister, her Aunt Nancy (Lynch) Seabreeze. Mom was so excited to see Mary when she visited her over a month ago before her eternal rest and she will be missed. The Seabreeze Family.

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"I know I can't make your pain go away, but I want you to know I'm here with a shoulder or an ear or anything else you need." Christopher & Mary Nicholson

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I talked to Mary Sunday. She was more worried about me with my surgery and issues than her own. That's how she was such a loving and a caring person. When her mom and dad died she took care of her family. I visited her and George in DC as well as her home in NC at family functions and she was one of the few of us that could cook. She will be truly be missed. We will meet again. Cousin Dianne (Seabreeze) Lyles

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So very sorry to the family for your loss. She will be missed and always loved. Gloria Seabreeze Corley

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We will miss Mary. I recall Mary picking me up at the airport in DC and allowing me to stay at her home. This was my visit back home as I had just finished basic training in the Air Force. A leader in our family and beloved by all. She is rejoicing with Carl and her Mom and Dad. God will allow us to meet and fellowship again. Gail Burton

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With love and sympathy to my family in the lost of Mary, I can see her with that big smile. May God hold you in his loving arms and give you peace, comfort and strength. Love Cousin Imogene (Emmy) Covington

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Mary was always a gentle and sweet person and always smiling. She fought a good fight, now she is "present with the Lord", in his loving arms. Her sacrifices to and for her family will always be remembered, she was a loving Sister, Mom, Wife, Cousin and Friend. Your quiet spirit will be missed. Comfort and Peace to Joe, Barbara, Lamont and the rest of the immediate family! Cousin Tilly

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Even in our deepest sadness, He's there weeping with us, mourning with us, understanding our need to ask "Why?' And right now, We're praying that He will hold you close and let His unfailing love heal your heart. With Sympathy and Caring, The Eastman Alumni James E. Whitaker

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Deepest sympathy to the family of Mary,she was a sweet and loving person,she was aways happy,we were classmate Eastman High School class of 1969 ,Donald Calvin Lee

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Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

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