Margaret Ann Wilson, the daughter of Norvelle and Colton Fletcher, was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. She departed this life peacefully on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 with the love of her family surrounding her. Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, Norvelle and Colton Fletcher, Sr. and her sisters, Mary Fields and Diana Williams. Margaret leaves to cherish her memory, her loving and devoted husband, Phillip Wilson; her children, Lolita Griffin-Norwood (Edward), Tiffany Moore, and Jerale Griffin; her sisters, Rosemary Mems (Allen) and Denese Fletcher; her brothers, James Fletcher (Cassandra), Colton Fletcher, Jr. and Charles Fletcher. She will also be dearly missed by her fourteen grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces and other relatives and friends.
Despite being born with born with a life-threatening heart condition, Tetralogy Fallot (Blue Baby), Margaret led a life of compassion, love and optimism. Always trusting God to lead the way, she was a devoted Christian, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend to many.
Margaret graduated from Mann High School and obtained an Associate’s Degree from Drone School of Business. She later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from Arkansas Baptist College.
Margaret was employed with the State of Arkansas in the Department of Health and the Employment Security Division under the Division of Workforce Services, where she spent the majority of her career. She loved her job, co-workers and she found fulfillment in helping the people she met each day who depended on her for assistance. She also volunteered her time with SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and
Neglect) helping abused children and donating gifts and food to the families she served. One of her favorite activities was buying Christmas gifts for the children she served.
Margaret was a style diva and loved clothes, purses, shoes. She was known for her stylish and sophisticated way of making an entrance when she walked in the room. Her style and personality were always evident to anyone when they saw her smile. Margaret was blessed to share an extraordinary love with her devoted husband, Phillip Wilson. They shared a passion for traveling, dancing, karaoke and sometimes even fishing; she simply loved just being with her “Sweetheart”.
As a treasured member of Grace Temple Church, Margaret served as a Greeter and as a Deaconess. She was the epitome of love and her memory will be deeply treasured by all.
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