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Tuesday, July 6, 2021
6:00 - 9:00pm (Eastern time)
Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Starts at 11:00am (Eastern time)
Paul Landon Wilson, age 32, of Northport, AL passed away June 28, 2021 at his residence. Visitation will be Tuesday evening, July 6th from 6-9pm at Magnolia North. Funeral service will be Wednesday, July 7th at 11am at the gravesite in Tuscaloosa Memorial Park.
Landon was preceded in death by his mother, Donna Cameron Wilson, grandparents Mabel and Don Wilson, Peggy Abbott and Don Greenhaw. Uncles Sonny Cannon and Wayne Greenhaw.
He is survived by his father, Paul Wilson (Mary) sister, Abbie Wilson, fur babies Frankie and Juice. Aunts, Kathleen Mitchell (James), Diane Cannon, Anna Jacklin (Andy) Liz Greenhaw-Neal (Orlando). Uncles, Daren Cameron (Krystal) and Joe E. Cameron, IV. Grandparents, Joe and Jane Cameron and Charlie Abbott. Cousins, Sam Crawford, Katelyn Rice (Jeremy), Kelsey Summerford (JT), Karson Cameron, Victoria Cameron, Jackson Cameron, Emily Jacklin and Evan Jacklin. Landon is also survived by many loving and dear friends.
Pallbearers will be: Stan Smith, Eryck Eyesvogel, Jake Rogers, Chase Barnes, Eric Booth, Barkley Mallette, Blake Brown and Trey Hinton.
Landon was a 2007 graduate of Tuscaloosa County High School where he lettered in baseball. He went on to play junior college baseball at Bevill State Community College in Fayette and finished his baseball career at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa.
Landon went on to receive his bachelors degree from the University of Alabama.
Landon explored many different career paths after college and found joy and special friendships in each one of them. He currently worked at the Tuscaloosa Surgical Center where he found coworkers that turned into family.
Landon touched more lives in 32 years than most people would in a millennia. He gave all of his heart to not only his friends but each person he met. He remembered each sports game he played or watched and every concert he ever attended. He had a passion that filled the space around him.
Most of all Landon loved talking to people about Jesus and the love and peace he had in the Lord. The light in Landon was so bright because it wasn't his own, and he knew it came from Jesus and it showed to every person he met. While we will miss him for the rest of our earthly journeys we will be at peace knowing he is in the hands of his Savior.
Honorary Pallbearers include all the wonderful employees at the Tuscaloosa Surgical Center, thank you for loving him so good. Candice Smith and Summer Vail, you meant the world to him. And all his many many friends from all the seasons of his life, thank you for the memories.