Pauline Loretta Wilson
November 11, 1940-June 4, 2022
Pauline was born in Casper, Wyoming to Melvin and Pearl Helms McNatt. She passed away on June 4, 2022 in St George, UT. She grew up in Midwest, Wyoming and graduated from Midwest High School. She worked for various oilfield companies as a bookkeeper.
In November 1973, Pauline married Duncan C Wilson. D.C. brought to this union 4 daughters and one son. Pauline and D.C. traveled the world through his job with international and national oil companies. They lived in Iran, Malaysia and Indonesia before returning to the United States. They settled in Springfield, MO where they had many dear friends. In 2018 they moved to St George, UT to be near family.
She loved cats, chocolate, reading, crocheting and playing games. When the great-grandkids went to visit she spent time teaching them her favorite games. When she was playing with the "big kids" she was usually the winner. In the kitchen she was a good cook was the sous chef when Dad was cooking one of his famous meals. She loved to bake and made great pies, cakes, cookies and fudge. Her bangle bracelets were her signature jewelry. They went everywhere with her.
She had a quick wit and a good sense of humor. She never forgot birthdays, making sure a card was in the mail for everyone on their special day.
She was proceeded in death by her husband, D.C.; her mother and father; brother, Gus Holmberg; and grandson, James D Woody.
She is survived by sisters, Melva Malson of Midwest, WY and Sue Duncan (Michael) of Casper, WY; daughters, Pam (Jim) Woody-Mountain View, WY; Rhonda (Neil) Sudduth of Debary, FL; Julie (Miles) Moretti-St George, UT; Mark Wilson-Colorado Springs, CO; and Angie (Carey) Gerber-Boonville, MO. She will also be missed by her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great
great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews.
As per her request, her ashes are being spread in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming, a place where her family spent summers camping as she was growing up. There will be a memorial at a later date.