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Memorial for Wanda Mae Wilson

Born in Vancouver, Washington on Apr. 2, 1946
Departed on Mar. 14, 2019 and resided in Halsey, Oregon.
Service: Friday, Mar. 22, 2019
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Wanda Mae Wilson
April 2, 1946---March 14, 2019

Wanda Wilson, 72, of Halsey passed away Thursday at Samaritan Evergreen Hospice House. Born in Vancouver, Washington to Herbert and Helen (Long) Condon, Wanda was raised in the Battle Ground, Clark County area of Washington. She married Jerry Bush as a young woman and lived in the Coos Bay area for several years and later divorced. She then moved close to family in Salem.

Wanda began her career working for the State of Oregon near the Capitol building. She had a strong work ethic and sometimes worked as many as three jobs to make ends meet for her family. She was a weigh master for much of her state career which took her to Ashland, Medford, Burns, Waldport, before returning back to Coos Bay where she met Robert Wilson. They married, and thank goodness Wanda was able to retire early and enjoy her last years with her loving husband Robert, traveling in their RV enjoying the winter months of sun in the Southwest of the USA!

Wanda was five foot two, with eyes of blue and a smile that could light up a room. She was charming yet mischievous with a twinkle in her eyes. She was a loving and lovable mom who loved her ice cream! Wanda was loved by many and will be greatly missed.

She is survived by her husband of 22 years Robert; sons David (Teri) Bush, Scott (Cobi) Bush, and Vance Bush; daughter Charlotte Bush Miller; step daughters Karla Wilson Austin (David) and Roberta Wilson Medina; step son Greg Wilson; 14 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

A memorial service will be at 11am Friday March 22nd at the Brownsville Christian Church. Online condolences for the family may be posted at

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