Glenn Harold Wilson was born on July 1st, 1932, in Talladega County, Alabama, to the parents of Claude Jackson Wilson and Precious Lee Kirkland. He was affectionately known as Boots by his family and friends. Glenn accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age and united with Shady Grove Baptist Church and later he united with Trinity Baptist Church in Childersburg, Alabama.
Glenn began his work career at the age of 15 at Childersburg High School and later he was employed with Nunnelly Technical School, which later became Central Alabama Community College (CACC) and Childersburg Police Department.
Along Glenn’s life’s journey he had a passion for baseball and coached Childersburg Men’s League. He was a part of the Shelby County Travelers.
Glenn departed this walk of life on November 16th, 2022, at his residence, in Childersburg, Alabama. He was preceded in death by his father, Claude Jackson Wilson, mother, Precious lee Kirkland, brothers, Claude Wilson, Jr., Tom Doyal Wilson, and Ivory Joe Wilson, sister, Floral Mae Wilson, and son, John Milton Rhoden.
Glenn’s love will forever be cherish by seven sons, Calvin Swain, James Edward (Velma) Roston, Earnest Lee (Nikita) Roston, Curtis Wayne (Sherri) Swain, Norman Fitzgerald (Lisa) McNealey, Patrick Lee Burns, and Da’Shunn Mosby; six daughters, Glenda Faye (Joe) Taylor, Ella (Roy) Borden, Nancy Sue Burns, Kesha (Marvin) Marbury, Crystal Shauntia Flenord, and Phallon Glynnethia (Spencer) Billingsley; one brother, John Milton (Lue) Wilson; one sister, Anna Lee (Charles) Townsend; thirty eight grandchildren, forty nine great grandchildren, and seven great great grandchildren; special friends, JW Lemons, Dr. George Terrell, Willie (Emogene) Porter, Marvin Swain, and Martee Morris; and a host of other relatives and friends.