Died: Thursday Jun 28, 2012 Place Of Birth: Tallasee, AL Place Of Death: Kennestone, GA
James Hunt Wilder
August 17, 1937 - June 28, 2012
James Hunt Wilder, age 74 of Hogansville, Georgia passed away on Thursday June 28, 2012 at Kennestone Hospital in Georgia.
A funeral service will be held 2 pm Saturday June 30, 2012 at Mt. Herman Baptist Church on Ashley Loop Road, Reidsville.Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
James was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ross Wilder. Surviving him are sons, James A. Wilder and wife Amy, Richard R. Wilder and wife Donna, Kelvin G. Wilder and Jeffery Wilder and wife Allison; daughters, Carol A. Wiley and Tressie Colehour and husband Charles; grandchildren, Christopher R. Wilder, Rachel L. Reece and husband Rodney, Bradley K. Wiley, Corey L. Wiley, James T. Wiley, Isaac Wilder, Mary-Margaret Wilder, Ashley Wilder, Mason H. Wilder and Molly Wilder. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.fairfuneralhome.com
Jimmy/Carol/Rick- My thoughts are with y'all. I am so proud that he was my uncle and good buddy.
To Jim's family// I am so sorry for your loss!! Ann Jim's sister is a dear friend of mine/Please know my prayers as well as many more here in Goodwater AL. are being lifted for all of YOU!! May GOD BLESS each of you!!! LOVE YE!!!
Lou Jean Cannon
Uncle Jimmy......as a child....... he was funny always picking on me and my funny ways. Pointing out anything that would bring a smile to everones face. Drinking coffe at Mama Wilders table and telling story after story either to inform us on someting or looking for shock value on our face. As an adult.....he pretty much did the same things although now the stories meant more and I made sure I heard every word for memeory!!! Biggest blessing was he got to be a part of my beautiful daughter life and Im sure the way I felt as a child, is what she is feeling!!!! She (unlike me ) was even more blessed becasue the mose imoportant people in her life ( her friends) got the pleasure of meeting him and everytime they heard Jimmy's coming....they came!!! They adored him. WOW....kids that knew him not, love him and enjoyed his sompany as much as we did. THAT MY FRIENDS...tells you alot about Jimmy Wilder. Man of courage, loyalty and open heart to anyone who would just loved him back!!!!!!! I am honored I had 48 yrs of his life. If I called at the last minute and invited him dowm for coffee or a card game because Mom,Tim, Barry,Gina or who ever was coming...he was there. Never skipeed that opportunity to us!!!!! Even in his weakest moments he mustard up the strenght to get a visit in one more time. I love you Uncle Jimmy and will (do ) miss your like crazy!!!!!! Your neice who craved your love, Jan