Obituary of Sheila Annette Wilson
A native of Terrell, Texas, Sheila Annette Spencer Wilson was born to Doris Jean Frazier and Obie Greer July 29, 1961. She graduated from Terrell High School in 1980 before joining the workforce.
As a child, Sheila became a faithful member of New Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church under Reverend J.R. Mitchell and continued to serve under the leadership of Reverend Clarence Robertson until she took her final breath. Faithful, committed, and dedicated to the church, she lent her voice to the soprano section of the Chancel Choir, was an active member of the Women’s Ministries, assisted the trustees and finance committee, and worked to maintain the cleanliness and appearance of the building. She was also the Assistant Superintendent of Sunday School and worked with the youth department.
Sheila had a love for young people and had an impact on most young adults in her family and church. While her love was never questioned, her greatest achievement was making sure that each of them knew about the Lord. She spent countless hours pouring into them through Vacation Bible School, Baptist Training Union, and AWANA to ensure that all knew about the love of Jesus.
Professionally, Sheila worked for Texas Oncology at Medical City of Dallas for over 20 years. The Medical City family was near and dear to her heart. She loved her patients and coworkers and formed several meaningful relationships during her tenure there.
Preceded in death by her parents, three brothers: Ronnie Frazier, Lloyd Don Greer, and Tommie Lee Greer, Sr., and one sister, Joyce Simmons, Sheila leaves: sisters, Belinda Spencer Emmitt (Harry) and Terri Frazier of Terrell, TX, Mary Francis Van Zandt of Garland, TX, and Joan Osborne of Dallas, TX; brothers, Michael Spencer of Albuquerque, NM, and Obie Henry Greer (Ruthie) of Fontana, CA; aunts, Bettye Frazier of Terrell, TX, and Ernestine Johnson of Dallas, TX; cousins/sisters Barbara Baker (Bruce) of Dallas, TX, Charlotte Frazier, and Resa Frazier of Terrell, TX; and special niece and grandnieces, Kandy Frazier, Brianna Frazier, and Andria Marshall, to cherish her memories. Additionally, she will be missed by the many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and church family left to continue her legacy.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Sheila Wilson, please visit Tribute Store