In loving remembrance, Rudis Holland Wilson, joined her husband, Guy, with our Lord this past Saturday, February 25, 2017. She passed peacefully at her home in Dacula, Georgia. Rudis was born in Douglas County, Georgia on February 15, 1927, the daughter of James Ernest Holland and Amanda Mae Aderhold Holland. She was a longtime member of Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula, where she was a member of the Joy Sunday School class. Rudis studied at Marsh Business College after attending West Fulton High School in Atlanta; retiring from the DeKalb County School System as the Executive Assistant for the Chairman of the Dekalb County School Board. She is survived by her two children: Scott A. Wilson, Sr. (Kim) of Braselton and Sandi Henderson (Buck) of Dacula. There are six wonderful grandchildren, all sons: Scott Jr. and Brent Wilson of Lawrenceville, Wayne, Jason, and Kyle Henderson of Dacula, and Luke Sherrill of Taylors, SC. And her brother: Marvin Holland (Helen)of Mableton. Predeceased by two brothers: Watson and Velvin Holland and two sisters: Aleen Houck and Evora Jones, and a set of twins: Kennie Jay and Winnie Mae. A Memorial Service in her memory will be held this Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 11:00 am to 12:00 pm at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel and Visitation with the Family will begin at 10 am adjacent to the Chapel.

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  1. Scott, Kim, Sandi, and Bucky, so sorry for your loss of Rudis. Our prayers are with your entire family.

  2. My condolences as you cope with the death of your dear loved one. May the God of all comfort give you strength and hope.
    2 Corinthians 1:3,4

  3. Rudis put so much joy and sunshine into so many lives!! My prayers are with her family that she loved so dearly and to other friends that will hurt as I do with her loss…… Until we are together again.. love you sweet friend!

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Mrs. Wilson was a wonderful neighbor and will be missed.

  5. Everyone in our neighborhood loved Rudis and was in constant awe of her energy and enthusiasm. We loved her and will miss her. I always told her that “she was my hero”. Of course, I always got a big hug for that. God’s peace be with you.

  6. It was with great sadness to hear of the passing of this great lady, but know she is now home. One of the joys of our lives, as leaders of the Circle of Friends ministry at Hebron, was working with Rudis, as she made it special to part of the group. Our memories of her on our cruise to Alaska, and the other fun social events, trips, and quiet times together, was and is a highlight of our service to these ladies.
    May God grant His special comfort to all her family..and so many friends….we will all miss her.

  7. Rudis was my role model; What a wonderful spirit, joyful and loving.
    She lived life to the fullest and will be missed by so many.
    Our thoughts are with her beautiful family who she loved so completely.
    Her hugs, smiles and happiness will be how I will alwaysI remember her.
    Peace and comfort to you, her family and friends,
    Gloria Locicero
    Joe Locicero

  8. We were so blessed to be neighbors and friends with Rudis (and Guy) when we moved to our neighborhood many years ago. Rudis was aways so interested in our family and especially loved it when we brought our grandkids over to visit. We will miss her so much but know she is now at peace and with her “Guy” once again. To the family, may all your memories bring you peace and comfort at this time.

  9. Sending a little note to Rudi’s family and close friends. I have and will continue to say and send prayers to each of you. She was such a special kind “southern” lady. I will never forget when I first meet her. We were at a large gathering and I was new to the group. She introduced herself and took me “under her wing” We of course became friends instantly. She just loved and adored her family and husband. I know God has a special place for her

  10. Rudis never met a stranger. She was so special to everyone. She was such an important part of the Joy Class. I have many fond memories of the fun times we had. She made us feel like part of her family. She was a lovely and caring person who always had a smile. I will miss her very much. Love Betty

  11. Sorry to lose Rudis, my mom’s first cousin.
    Always enjoyed seeing her at our Aderhold Family reunions. We will miss her!

  12. Please know how sorry we are for the loss of our “dear” Rudis. She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, friend and a great role model to all. She loved her family so much. I can’t begin to say how much she will be missed…so many wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and hope you will take comfort in your wonderful memories of her and the special times you shared together.

  13. Rudis was such an inspiration to me. I will miss her wonderful energy and her great hugs I was so fortunate to receive on Sundays in Joy class. My heart is so sad but I know she is hugging someone in heaven right now……

  14. Our deepest condolences to all her family. She was so very special. We will miss her laugh her hugs and her “Love You Dear’s:
    Most of all, we will miss her. Our prayers are with you.

    Pete and Lorraine Pawelko

  15. Rudis was a special lady who was so full of life and love. My prayers to her family. She will be missed by all who knew her.

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