Sadricia Anne Wilson passed away peacefully and gained her eternal reward and healed body while surrounded by her family on Friday July 28 at 7:47 PM at the Hospice Family Care Facility in Huntsville, AL at the age of 70.
Her Celebration of Life memorial service will be Sunday, August 6, 2023 at Cross Point Church of Christ at 3:00 PM. The family will receive visitors from 1:00 until 3:00. The service will be presided over by lifelong friend Connie Lard, long term minister and friend Joe VanDyke, and Cross Point minister Frank Mills. Music will be provided by Lenny LeBlanc, Marie Lewey, Cindy Walker, and Meredith Wallace and pianist Karen Cantrell.
Burial will follow at Tri-Cities Memorial Gardens. Greenview Funeral Home will be assisting the family.
Sadricia was born in Florence, AL on May 19, 1953 to parents, Howard and Martha Morris. She graduated from Mars Hill Bible School in 1971. Sadricia later completed her education at UAB as a Registered Dental Hygienist.
Sadricia was an accomplished stained glass artist. She owned and operated Hosanna Stained Glass for more than 12 years. Her beautiful works of art adorn churches and homes throughout the southeast. In addition, she was an accomplished singer and pianist participating with the Shoals Praise and Worship Choir, First Christian Church of Florence, and First Baptist Church of Gatlinburg.
Don and Sadricia were married December 19, 1971 and shared a wonderful life together for over 51 years. After their retirement from dentistry in 2016, these two spent every waking moment together and loved it! Most of their time was spent at their home in Gatlinburg, TN where they designed and built numerous cabins. Sadricia was an accomplished designer and decorator. She was also Don’s number one copilot.
Sadricia was truly an angel sent from Heaven to live upon this earth. The one word that best describes her would be “precious”. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, “Mimi” and “Great Mimi”. Sadricia’s life was devoted to serving God every single day in everything she did. Those that had the privilege of knowing her, know without a shadow of a doubt that she heard the words, “Well done my good and faithful servant” when she entered Heaven’s gates.
Sadricia is survived by her husband and best friend, Dr. L. Don Wilson; sons, Chad Morris Wilson (Amanda) and Cory Lee Wilson (Jennifer); daughter Caycee Anne Fowler (Lee); grandsons Charlie, Drake, Easton, Ethan, and Jack; granddaughters Annsley (Reed), Ann Marie, Anna Paris, and Finley; great granddaughter Ella; mother, Martha Morris; sister, Karen Leupold (Phil) and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins plus a very special aunt, Theresa Young.
She was preceded in death by her father, Howard Morris, grandparents Harry and Mary Sue Morris, Fred and Pauline Hayes; father/mother-in-law, Mailon and Louise Wilson.
Pallbearers will be Al Shirley, Al Jackson, Barry Morris, Billy Baggett, Jeff Patterson, and Dr. James Hudson
Honorary Pallbearers will be Harold Lewis, Jack Bowen, Jerry Ford, Jim Harris, Jim Noles, and Mike Hodges
Special gratitude of the family is expressed to Dr. Nick Chen and the staff of Seattle Integrative Cancer Center, Dr. Ali Hachem and the staff of Southern Cancer Center, Dr. Stephen Cantrell and the staff of Neoplas Innovation, Dr. Doug Woodford and the staff of Full Life Wellness, and Dr. Alan Baggett and the staff of Hospice Family Care of Huntsville. Also, special thanks to Billy Lawson and Wishbone Recording Studio.
An immeasurable gratitude is expressed to the late Dr. Mike Conrad, his wife Becky and his daughter Katy for their untiring love, support, assistance, and prayers. Also, immeasurable gratitude to our Prayer Warriors for their unceasing prayers and to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for giving Sadricia an unbelievable 20 months of life beyond diagnosis. To God be the Glory.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for memorial gifts to be made to St Jude Children’s Hospital, Mars Hill Bible School, Cross Point Church of Christ or First Baptist Church Gatlinburg.