Wilda S. Haley

Born in Sumner County, TN on January 10, 1936

Departed on March 23, 2017 and resided in Gallatin, TN

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Wilda S. Haley, 81, of Gallatin, died Thursday, March 23, 2017, at Sumner Regional Medical Center.

She is survived by her son, William T. Creasy. Her sister, Joanne Taylor. And grandsons, Kyle and Chad Creasy.

Graveside funeral service will be, Monday, March 27, 2016, at Sharon Cemetery in Oak Grove, TN., at 3:00 p.m.  There will be no visitation at the funeral home.

3 Comments to Wilda S. Haley

  1. Darlene Stout
    March 26, 2017 9:17 pm

    This lady I loved dearly. You see we did not share the same mother but we did the same dad .She and I only said sister to everyone. We could talk about anything in life that we wanted too. I will say she was a grand LADY.And I now there are a lot of people that felt the same. She was the one person that stood my me when my mother passed away when there were a lot of things going on. I will love her forever. That’s something that no one could ever take away. I will see her again someday. I know she is in heaven with a new body.

  2. Kimberly Stout Yoakem
    March 27, 2017 12:07 am

    My Aunt Wilda was an amazing lady. I always thought she was the most beautiful lady I had ever seen. I was in such awe of her. She had an amazing personality and was always laughing and making you feel like you were the most special person in the room. She loved us unconditionally and was totally supportive of everything we did. I remember going to her house as a little girl and she would always have candy in the dish out for the little ones that would stop by. It was not for her, but instead as a treat for us. She would give you the shirt off her back. I remember our car being torn up and me or one of my siblings needing to go to the doctor. She loaned her car to my mama to make sure we got there. Mama never liked to borrow anyone’s vehicle, but Aunt Wilda assured her it was just a piece of metal. I will forever have a picture of her in my mind and heart. I know she is in Heaven and I will get to see her again one day soon.

  3. Teresa Keen
    March 27, 2017 2:15 pm

    Wilda was one of my favorite first cousins. As a little girl, I looked up to her because she was so very pretty. When I got older, we could talk, talk, talk about family stuff and life in general. I loved to talk with her and hear her laugh. She was a sweetheart.

    My Daddy especially loved Wilda and her sisters, Jean and Joanna, and I know he was a little ‘partial’ because he felt sorry for them losing their own Mother (his only sister) at such a young age.

    I was so sorry that she had become bedridden in recent years, and I pray that she will have total healing in Heaven! May God rest her soul.

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