Carmen Maria Wilson

May 08, 1942 - March 10, 2015

Carmen Maria Wilson

May 08, 1942 - March 10, 2015


Carmen Maria Wilson passed away March 10, 2015 in Bellingham, WA. She was born May 8, 1942 in Toluca, Mexico. Carmen married Barry Wilson in 1963 and they spent 51 wonderful years together.
Carmen and Barry moved from So. California to Bellingham in 2004 to be with their daughter Christine and her family.
Carmen is survived by her husband Barry Wilson of Bellingham ; son-in-law Jon Lussier of Bellingham; 3 grandchildren Nicolas, Jessica, and Elle Lussier of Bellingham; 6 sisters, Eda, Guille, Evangeline, Aurora, Nany, Gloria and their families.
She was preceded in death by her daughter Christine Lussier who passed away April 28, 2013.
A Graveside Service will be held May 15, 2015 at 10:00am at Bayview Cemetery in Bellingham, WA.

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: May 15, 2015 (12:00 AM)
  • Venue: Bayview Cemetery
  • Location: 1420 Woburn St Bellingham, WA 98229 - (Get Directions)

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4 responses to Carmen Maria Wilson

  1. Aunt Carmen
    Your presence on this earth has been summoned by the Lord, but your warmth, your smile, your love and your life will remain with us forever. It is not, by any means, easy for anyone of us who were touched by the gentle caress of your soul, to cope with the fact that you are no longer with us, but it certainly helps to know that now, you are smiling alongside Christine, our lovely cousin, who is also dearly missed.
    We thank you for every great moment, for your support and every hug that you ever gave to all of us;we promise to look out after your family, Barry, your grand kids, John, your sisters and everybody that was ever blessed by your kindness and your love.
    This is not meant to be a condolence, but more a celebration of your life and of how much we will always love you. Enjoy the sun up there, have a great cup of coffee, never stop telling your famous stories and jokes and above all, be peaceful. We will all meet you someday, and head out to the beach!

    Love JC

  2. Barry, We will always remember your precious wife and the special time the Lord allowed each of us in our journey. Working together at “Garrett Airesearch” was my portion of time allowed. I still recall the day Carmen asked if I would be interested in selling my Harley 350 so she could surprise you with a gift you would enjoy, mid 70’s.
    Martha and I remain very, very sorry for the loss of your special wife. God Bless.

  3. David Head says:

    You and I are both tough-minded Men. But we both know we could never be our best without the love of a truly strong Woman. In that regard, you and I have been blessed with a treasure beyond compare. And consider this, my friend: What must she have seen in you, Amigo, to deem you worthy of her time; of her love; of her lifetime of devotion ? You sure got Something Right :-)

    Such a good life of such good fortune that has smiled upon us both !! My thoughts are with you every day.

    Driving over here to the Library today, this song suddenly popped in my head:

    “I’m lookin’ for a hard-headed Woman… headed-Woman…
    One who’ll make me do my best; oh yeah…
    And if I find my hard-headed Woman… headed-Woman…
    I know, the rest of my life will be blessed, oh yes…
    The rest of my life will be blessed.”

    Cat Stevens; Tea for the Tillerman

    P.S. look for a bluejay & feed her a peanut

  4. E Sicher says:

    It is hard to believe that our younger sister is no longer with us. We just talked on Sunday morning and she was full of life and hope for the future. We refreshed memories of our childhood. All the fun we had together in our youth. We even had the privilege of living in LA close to each other for many years. What a help she was with our young kids. We will sorely miss her. May our Lord help you Barry, John, and Nicolas, Jessica, Elle through this difficult time.
    You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

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