From a brother's obit. we know Vern died before March 2006 preceded in death by his parents; his grandson, Scott Reichert; and two brothers, Jack and Vern Wilson. Wallace G. Wilson M, b. 18 March 1925, d. 15 March 2006 Wallace G. Wilson of Cedar Ridge in West Bend, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA, passed away at the age of 80 years on Wednesday, 15 March 2006. Wallae was born on 18 March 1925 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, son of Clyde and Alvilda (Stensrud) Wilson. During World War II, Wallace served his country in the United States Coast Guard. He was united in marriage to Dorothy A. Johnson on 19 September 1947 in his hometown of Duluth. Wallace worked as a lab technician at A.O. Smith and aided in the development of the first prototype of compactable automobile bumpers. Cars were his passion, and he loved golfing in the summer and bowling in the winter with his buddies. Wallace was a former member of the West Bend Masonic Lodge 138 F&AM and served as a past Worshipful Master. He later became a member of the Tripoli Shrine. Wallace will be lovingly remembered as a kind man who always put his family and others above himself. He was survived by his beloved wife, Dorothy; his three daughters, Janet, Vicki and Claudia; six grandchildren, Kristen (Kevin) Carruth of Hiram, Georgia, Julie Kelly of Atlanta, Jason Kelly of Kennesaw, Georgia, Eric Reichert of West Bend and Courtney Hahn of Dallas; a great-granddaughter, Kaylyn Carruth of Hiram; a sister, Ilene Joyce Birr of West Bend; a brother, Fulton Wilson of Duluth; and his buddy, Pepper the Poodle. He was preceded in death by his parents; his grandson, Scott Reichert; and two brothers, Jack and Vern Wilson. A memorial service in celebration of Wallace’s life was held on his birthday, Saturday, 18 March at Myrhum-Patten Funeral and Cremation Service of West Bend. Visitation with the family was at the funeral home on Saturday. Inurnment of the cremated remains were placed in Washington County Memorial Park, West Bend.
[extracted and edited from Mr. Wilson's obituary published in the Ozaukee-Washington Daily News on 17 March 2006] Look for these people on Facebook see if they can help