Craig Wilkerson, of Colonial Beach, Virginia, son of the late Odessa Evone Sloan and Nello R. Wilkerson was born on December 21, 1960 in Washington DC. After some health issues, Craig departed this life on Sunday, July 11, 2021.
Craig had an outgoing personality that impacted those he met. He was caring, loving, and friendly and he loved the Lord. He loved his family and made checking on the well-being of his Aunts a ritual. Craig had a special bond with his Uncle Joe (Thomas Campbell). He loved southern food and seafood. So they spent time together going out to dinner.
Craig grew up in Washington, DC and attended Coolidge High School. He worked in the service industry at various companies, Ramada, Avis Car Rental, Walmart, and Carry On Trailer.
Craig had a sister, Chanin Wilkerson and a step-sister, Charo Hepler who both preceded him in death.
Craig married Pamela Wilkerson and from that blessed union his daughter, Aryca Wilkerson and son Craig Matthew Wilkerson, were born.
In addition to Aryca and Craig, he is survived by his grandchildren, Faith Wilkerson, Chloe Wilkerson, Matthew Wilkerson, and Madison Wilkerson. He is also survived by his aunts, Edna Faye Farmer of Colonial Beach, VA, Ruth Thompson (Horace) of Callao, VA, Ellen Perry of Dover, DE, Emily Bankhead of Montross, VA, and Margaret Smith (Harold) of Culpeper, VA, Elizabeth Wilkerson of Spring Hope, NC; uncles, Thomas Campbell, Curtis Campbell (Barbara) both of Montross, VA; and many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral services for Craig Wilkerson of Montross, Virginia will be held on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at 12 Noon in the sanctuary of the Jerusalem Baptist Church, 2404 Nomini Hall Road, Hague, Virginia.
Interment will follow in the Siloam Baptist Church Cemetery, 1614 Zacata Road, Montross, Virginia.
Mr. Wilkerson may be viewed from 10AM until service time on Saturday, July 24 at Jerusalem Baptist Church.
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