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Maud Estella Wilson

July 4, 1937 ~ June 8, 2022 (age 84)

Obituary

Maud Estelle Wilson

Hebrew: martziah bhat isreal

July 4, 1937- June 8, 2022

Hebrew: “yehi zichra baruch”

“may her memory be a blessing”

Maud Estelle (Whitson) Wilson of Cleveland, Ohio, passed away Wednesday, June 8, 2022 to be with the Lord. She was born to the late Marguerite and Edward Whitson in Cincinnati, Ohio. She had an older brother Edward Whitson, Jr. (deceased).  She grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Maud moved to Dayton, Ohio and graduate from Dayton High School.

Maud arrived in Cleveland, Ohio in 1961 where she met her late husband William Wilson they wed on August 12, 1964.  Maud had two children Diana Lynn Harrison of Cleveland, Ohio and Gerald Anthony Wilson, (Hebrew: Kazakeyah Baht Israel), of  Dimona, Israel. Two grandchildren  Ketreyah Bhat Israel, and Yoomel Bhat  Israel,  of Tel Aviv, Israel.

Maud started a new business in 2015 after she return from her trip to Israel.  Maud had the knowledge of making incenses, body oils, and air fresheners all from natural products.  Maud’s products are in several Cleveland gas stations, local stores, and Simons and Davis Supermarkets.  Requests for her products are still in demand.Maud was an entrepreneur and musician.

Rest in peace my sweet mom my love for you is forever and I will never leave you. Diana.

Service will be held at the graveside at 2:00 pm.  Cleveland Memorial Gardens, 4324 Green Rd, Highland Hills, Ohio 44112. Section 43, Lot 116, Grave 3.

 

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Services

Burial
Wednesday
June 15, 2022

2:00 PM
Cleveland Memorial Garden
4324 Green Rd.
Highland Hills, Ohio 44122

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