Marshall Wilson Obituary, Death –¬†Marshall Brandon Wilson, age 50, of Abbeville, who was the husband of Kerry Bowie Wilson, passed away as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Kerry Bowie Wilson is Kerry Brandon Wilson’s widow. Marshall Brandon Wilson wed Kerry Bowie Wilson, and they had two children together. On Thursday, December 2, 2022, he exhaled his last breath and left this world forever. His passing occurred on that day. His parents, Marshall Wilson and Myra Alexander Powell, gave him the names Marshall Wilson and Myra Alexander Powell when he was born in Greenwood, South Carolina.

He was the only child that they ever had in their entire life. Abbeville High School, which can be found in Abbeville, Georgia, is where Brandon earned his high school diploma in the year 1990. Abbeville High School is in the state of Georgia. Brandon was able to graduate from Lander University with the bachelor of arts degree that he had been working toward. It was rumored that he was working at Taylor Appliance Repair at the time, although this information was simply hearsay.

Brandon placed a high value on the connections he shared with his large group of friends and relatives, and he discovered that maintaining these ties was the thing that brought him the most happiness. He placed a great deal of significance on his broad social network. On his mother’s side, his maternal grandparents, Fred M. Alexander and Anne Alexander, passed away before he was born, and on his father’s side, his paternal grandparents, Dr. William and Bernice Wilson, both died before he was born. Fred M. Alexander was the name of his grandfather on his father’s side.

His immediate family consists of his wife of 23 years, Kerry, who currently resides at the family home; his children, Brady, Jaycie, and Kellar Wilson; Tyrell Haddon, who was loved like a son; his father, Marshall Wilson (Chris), of Piedmont; his mother, Myra A. Powell (Benjamin ‘Banjo Powell), of Abbeville; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Johnny and Belinda Bowie; sisters