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Shirley A. Wilson

January 31, 1931 — April 15, 2021

Shirley A. Wilson

Shirley Anne Wilson (nee Heinz) age 90 of Yardley, PA, passed away on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at Jefferson Bucks Hospital surrounded by her loving children.


She was born in Philadelphia, PA on January 31, 1931 to the late Charles and Anna (nee Allen) Heinz. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 57 years, Robert A. Wilson; her sister, Carol Roland; and her son, Craig Wilson. Her late brothers-in-law and (spouse): Joseph (Dorothy) Wilson and Arnold Wilson. Her sisters-in law and (spouse): Valerie Burns, June (William) Adams, and Janet Martin.


She is survived by her children: Donna Wilson of Bensalem, PA, Barbara (Ruben) Martinez of Langhorne, PA, Sandy (Harry) Quandt of Bensalem, PA, Thais (Bob) Mancinelli of Glenside, PA, Bruce (Jen) Wilson of Buckingham, PA, and Darla (Mike) Sansores of Trevose, PA. Her adored grandchildren: Kara (Mike) Brockway, Dominik (Julia) Martinez, Kyle Martinez, Leanna (Alex) Applegate, Jamie Quandt (fiancé Kyle Fellin), Marissa Mancinelli, Anthony Mancinelli, Bryce Sansores, Mikaela Sansores, and Gavin Sansores. Her beautiful great grandchildren: Rhiannon Applegate and Luna Martinez. Her sister-in-law, Barbara Ostroff. Many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. She lived in Bensalem for 42 years where she raised her family of 7 children. She was a caring selfless mom. Her glowing face was always graced with a smile.



She enjoyed many things. She was in a sorority with her childhood friends for many years. She was in a bowling league for over 40 years where she had many devoted friends. She enjoyed trips to the casino, loved to do scratch off lottery tickets (and won a lot), bingo, reading, and murder mystery movies (Agatha Christie and Columbo). She enjoyed painting and did several charcoal drawings of movie stars from the 40’s and 50’s. Her specialty was portrait pictures. Her art work was displayed at several exhibits in the area (Art all Night in Trenton, NJ, Bucks County Visitors Center, and Bucks County Community College in Bristol, PA). She was always up for an adventure and had a million funny stories to tell. We always told her she should write a book.She annually enjoyed her summer vacations at her place in Troy, PA. The more family that came, the happier she was.


She will be deeply missed and remembered by those who love her. It saddens us that we cannot honor our mother in a way she deserves due to the pandemic. Her services will be held privately.

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