[Funeral Program for Aaron E. Wilkerson, May 27, 2005] Page: 2 of 8
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"JA Life Remembered"
'Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the
righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them
also that love his appearing. "II Timothy 4:8
February 10, 1940
Rev. Willie Wilkerson and Alice Howell-Wilkerson.
Accepted Christ at an early age at the Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church
La Grange High School; St. Philip's College; Texas A. & M.
University; The Original Guadalupe Theological Seminary;
Bachelor of Theology (May 20, 1994)
Aaron's Janitorial Service and Green Tree-Landscaping Service;
Retired Landscaper - Judson I.S.D., Converse, Texas
Michelle Gabor Lemons, March 17, 1990.
New Union Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. L.R. Hayes, HI.
Junior Deacon, Shiloh Baptist Church, Kingsbury, Tx. (Jan 20,
1963. Rev. J. H. Johnson, Pastor; Senior Deacon, Trinity Baptist
Church, San Antonio (1967-1986) Rev. John A. Hall, Pastor;
Senior Deacon, New Union Missionary Baptist Church, San
Antonio, (Jan.3, 1988) Rev. L. R. Hayes, III. Pastor.
Certificate of License - New Union Missionary Baptist Church,
San Antonio, Rev. L. R. Hayes, III, Pastor (Dec. 30, 1990).
Pastor - Sweet Home Baptist Church, Seguin, Texas (June, 1993-
December, 1995); Pastor - Galilee Baptist Church, Kenedy, Tx.
Leaves to cherish his memories: His wife, Michelle G. Wilkerson;
Two daughters: Alexis M. Wilkerson and Dorothy M. Balls (Houston,Tx)
One sister, Etta Johnson ( Rev. J. H. Johnson); brother-in-law, Coy Gates
(Fayetteville, Tx.) two grandchildren: Angela Balls and Andre Nelson
(Houston, Tx.);five great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews,
Cousins, relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, four sisters: Mattie Mills,
Margaret Carter, Katherine Thompson and Jennie Mae Gates; three
Brothers; Walter Wilkerson, Willie Wilkerson, and Lloyd Wilkerson
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