Wilson wears sign for grandson

by | May 17, 2019 1:07 pm

Virginia Wilson, grandmother of the late Dustin “Block” Wilson who died June 2018, and granddaughter Kaylee “KK” Wilson are standing in downtown Swainsboro displaying a sign “Justice for Dustin” in honor of her late grandson.

Last Sunday, this lady with a heart of gold, was blessed to celebrate another year on earth, marking her 76th birthday. When speaking with Wilson, she had this to say:

“I don’t want anyone to forget my grandson. Next month marks a year since he’s been gone. I shouldn’t have to be doing this, but God is good to me and He’s allowed me to do this. So I’m doing what I have to do. It is only because of God that I am here and I give him all the credit. If I cry, it’s from tears of joy to be able to do this. It’s hot, but I have a cold rag around my neck. He told me what to do and I’m doing just that. So if you don’t mind, pray for me.”

Wilson intends to be downtown asking for justice for her late grandson as often as possible. So if you see her downtown with her sign, honk and wave!

comments » 3

  1. Comment by Denise

    May 17, 2019 at 1:32 pm

    I think this is an amazing thing you are doing for Dustin and his memory. If it were mine I’d be doing the same thing if I had to. They say the wheels of justice moves slow and patience is not my best quality. If something were being done just anything that might help but it just seems everything has stalled. Maybe there is a reason for this, who knows something else may surface while you wait that will help your case even more. A lot of people stand with you just know this. In our prayers.

  2. Comment by Teresa Parlier

    May 17, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    You go Aunt Virginia, wish I could be there with you!

  3. Comment by Dianne McNure Lindsey

    May 17, 2019 at 7:53 pm

    Virginia, I hope I never have to go thru what your family has and is still going thru. But, If I should, I know my God will give me the strength and comfort I need, as he has since Chuck died.

    I love you.

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