Angela Santina Wilson

Sunrise: May 17, 1964

Sunset: October 30, 2019

In the early mornings, October 30, 2019, God dispatched His angel of mercy and took the soul
of our beloved, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, Angela Wilson. Angela was born May 17, 1964, to the late Herman Booth and late Sarah Riddick in Norfolk, VA.

She was predeceased by sisters, Jacquline D. Lassiter, and Pamela J. Riddick and her brother Gregory D. Riddick. Her biggest joy in life was caring for her children and friends. Her caring personality was infectious to everyone. She loved raising her grandkids and going fishing, playing bingo, and cooking for her family. She leaves to cherish her memories, her husband,
Gene Wilson, and her children, Santina M. Riddick, Anthony “Champ” L. Riddick, Sabrina D. Riddick, Eddie “FruitCake” Riddick, Edward A. Riddick (Oneika), Gene M. Wilson, and Travis D. Riddick and sister, Linda R. McClease- Moore. She had 8 grandkids, Deneateya, Larenz,
William, Neil, Jadie, Edward, Jaione, and Janae, and 2 great-grandkids, Jerimiyah and Jamarion, and her special friend, Ozzy. Also, she leaves a host of family and friends.

Viewing Sunday, November 3, 2019 Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Monday, November 4, 2019 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery 8100 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505

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    Phyllis Gray says

    Sending sincere condolences to you family.
    May our Lord comfort you with his love and keep you with his unexplainable peace.
    Love you all!
    Cuz, Phyllis Gray

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    glinda winstead says

    Death Is Nothing At All

    All is well
    Death is nothing at all,
    I have only slipped away into the next room.
    Whatever we were to each other, we still are.
    Please, call me by my old familiar name.
    Speak of me in the same easy way you always did.
    Laugh, as we always laughed, at the little jokes we shared together.
    Think of me and smile.
    Let my name be the household name it always was,
    Spoken without the shadow of a ghost in it.
    Life means all it ever meant.
    It is the same as it ever was.
    Death is inevitable, so why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight?
    I am but waiting for you, – for an interval very near.
    Nothing is past or lost.
    One brief moment and all will be as it was before,
    Only better and happier.
    Together forever.
    All is well.

    Henry Scott Holland

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