Margaret Y. Wilson, 65, banker

September 13, 2006

Margaret Y. Wilson, a retired banker and volunteer, died of cancer Sunday at her Street home. She was 65.

She was born and raised Margaret Young in Rose Hill, Va., and began her banking career in Richmond, Va.

After moving to Lutherville in 1974, she went to work for the old First National Bank, She managed its Roland Park branch and later worked at the regional headquarters in Towson.

In 1980, she joined her husband as a director and officer of R.J. Wilson & Associates Ltd. and Affiliates, an Abingdon insurance firm.

A Street resident since 1986, she was a longtime volunteer with the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Baltimore.

She was a member of Grace Memorial Church, 1022 Main St., Darlington, where services will be held at 2 p.m. today.

Surviving are her husband of 49 years, Ronald J. Wilson; two sons, R. Jeffrey Wilson and Gary Lee Wilson, and a daughter, Angela Wilson Scheide, all of Pylesville; a brother, Alva Young of Painesville, Ohio; four sisters, Thelma Stoops of Lake Wales, Fla., Delma Martin of Indianapolis, Frances Mullet of Kokomo, Ind., and Janet Scott of Noblesville, Ind.; and seven grandchildren.

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