Dennis Ray Wilson

Dennis Ray Wilson, 67, husband of Denise Jones Wilson, passed away on Saturday, April 24, 2021.  Born in Simpsonville, he was a son of the late Curtis Woodrow and Mildred Green Wilson.

In addition to his wife, Dennis is survived by a daughter Dara Rena Wilson Davis, and her husband, Jason; a son, Devon Roth Wilson; four grandchildren, Wyatt Wilson, Braelyn Davis, Alessa Davis, and Julianna Torres; and a brother, Curtis Edward Wilson.

In addition to his parents, Dennis was preceded in death by three siblings, Donald Lee Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, and Barbara Smith.

The family will hold a Celebration of Life on Friday, April 30, 2021 beginning at 3:30 pm at the Corporate Shelter of Heritage Park, 861 SE Main Street, Simpsonville, SC 29681.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donation be made in memory to your local animal shelter or humane society.

Condolences to the family of Dennis Ray Wilson

  • Dennis will be missed. Uncle Dennis loved his family so much. So sorry for this huge loss. My heart breaks for each one of you. Love you guys so much. Cindy Bowling

  • ron massengale
    1 week ago

    Dennis ans Devon did a lot of work for us at Burnsview Baptist Church. We got to be friends and I really thought a lot of him. He was a good man and will definitely be missed.Prayers and sympathies for the family.

  • Mollison family
    1 week ago

    Dennis was bigger than life. We could call him on a Sunday evening to fix something and he and Devon would come over. I am sure many others know what I’m talking about. When he came over, he would always tell us a something about Wyatt. He will be missed. It does not seem real. Thanks for being a great friend brother man.

  • ANN BARBARE
    1 week ago

    DENISE, I AM SO SORRY TO READ ABOUT THE HOME GOING OF DENNIS. YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS.

  • Richard Johnston
    1 week ago

    Dennis and I were friends almost 50 yrs. We met when we were 18 yrs old working at Milliken. We used to go to wrestling at the old auditorium. Played basketball together. He taught my wife and I how to water ski. He and Devon came by the house occasionally to catch up. This is tough my thoughts are with his whole family. I’ll miss him.

  • Debbie & Bob Spillers
    6 days ago

    We have known Dennis for over a decade and were so saddened to hear about his passing. He was just at our place last fall for quite a while building a storage building, so he is fresh in our memories. We could always depend on Dennis (and Devon) to do great work and take pride in doing so. Very often we would both talk about our grandkids and I know his were near and dear to his heart! His love for animals was also evident, especially Sassy who came along for the ride quite often. He certainly will be missed and we pray for comfort and healing for his family! God Bless Them!!

  • Dennis (Dink) was truly not only a cousin but a dear friend. We grew up sharing a passion for people and muscle cars. Our chosen careers left us with less opportunity to visit ….but then Dennis and his son Devon would come by to repair something or we would just stand around talking about old times…..or share a meal at Spice Diner. Goodbye for now Dennis. Love You from Danny and Linda Green

  • Kathy Elledge
    6 days ago

    Sincere sympathy to the family. Dennis, Devon and Dara are part of the Elledge family! We will miss Dennis immensely. We will always be here for you. Just a phone call away. Love and prayers,
    Gloria and Kathy Elledge🙏🏼❤️😇

  • George Nolin
    6 days ago

    Sure will miss my favorite of Judy’s many cousins. We will miss you

  • Becky jones
    5 days ago

    Dennis was a special person!! We were good friends in school! Years passed before we found out my cousin was his cousin!! Always remember dear people are always present in your heart!! Rest In Peace my dear friend!!

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