In Loving Memory of Carol Clyde Bullard Wilson December 29,1937 - July 10,2019 Carol was born on December 29,1937 to Lewis Terry Bullard and Evelyn Estes Bullard in Atlanta, GA. They lived in the East Lake area where Carol grew up. She graduated from Murphy High School in 1955 and attended Georgia State in Atlanta. Carol worked as a secretary for San Jose Elementary in Dunedin, FL and for Briarcliff High School and E-Tech in Atlanta. She began her career at the Dekalb Board of Realtors in September 1986 as the Board Administrator and later became the Executive Vice President in 1998. She retired from the board after 21 years in 2007. Carol dearly loved the beach, her dog Zoie, decorating her house, gardening, and spending time with her family. She enjoyed traveling for her job with the board, but was especially fond of traveling with her sweetheart, Bob Tidwell, who preceded her in death April 1,2019. Carol was of the Methodist faith. In addition to her parents, she was preceeded in death by her brother George L. Bullard. Survivors include daughter Leigh and son-in-law Eric Fish of Kennesaw; daughter Melissa and son-in-law Mike Holley of Lawrenceville; brother Robert and sister-in-law Carolyn Bullard of Canton; grandchildren Tyler Holley, Sarah Fish and Aaron Fish. Arrangements by Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046. (770) 277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. I have such fond memories of working with Carol. She was so supportive of me during my year as DAR President. I will miss her warm smile. Rest now, my friend.

  2. I Will Miss You So Much Aunt Carol,I Am Glad You Are No Longer In Pain.You Are Pain Free And You Are In Gods Hands Now.Rest In Peace.Love You So Much.

  3. I will miss you so much Aunt Carol,you are pain free and now you are in Gods Hands.Rest In Peace Aunt Carol.LOVE YOU SO MUCH.Steve

  4. Thank you Carol for allowing me the opportunity to work for DeKalb Association of REALTOR and for correcting me each time I pronounced REALTOR wrong (smile). You will be missed.
    Pearl

  5. Carol and I were like Sisters’ when we were raising our Children. We had many good times together., and had remained friends all these many years.
    She was loved by many, and will be missed.
    Carolyn Murphy

  6. Carol and I were like Sisters’ when we were raising our Children. We had many good times together, and had remained Friends all these many years.
    She was Loved by many, and will be missed.

  7. Carol was such a good person and always helpful with any Dekalb Realtor events, requests, committees, and so much more.
    I will always have fond memories of our time together. Rest easy Carol.

  8. Offering my deepest condolences to Carols family during this difficult time. We were in the same class at Murphy.

  9. “What dreames may come, When we haue shufflel’d off this mortall coile, Must giue vs pawse.”
    This life’s cares behind, we miss you, Ms. Wilson

  10. Carol, my sweet sister. She has been our family matriarch since Mom passed away but she was always my second Mom. So smart, so wise, until her illness caught up with her. I will miss you.

  11. To the family of our friend Carol Wilson. We were friends and coworkers for nearly 40 years. She loved to fish off the dock as long as someone else hooked the worm. We will see you all Saturday. May God bless you Carolyn & Jim

  12. Ms Carol, your extraordinary kindness has left a hole in my heart. Continue to rest in peace. Bee miss you.

  13. Ms Carol, your extraordinary kindness has left a hole in my heart. Continue to rest in peace. Bee will miss you.

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