She collected many treasures: hat pins, ink wells, bronze sculptures, paintings, Hummel's, doll house furniture which she lovingly displayed on shelves in her living room.
A Celebration of her life will be held at St Alban's Episcopal Church when we are once again able to gather.
Returning to Worland one last time where she went to work with County Assessor, Martin Martenson.
What a remarkable woman she was to take on that responsibility! Wilson went to Notre Dame School, an independent Catholic school for young ladies situated in Cobham, before going to the 6th structure at Esher College.
When she was sixteen, she told her mother that there were two things she wasn't going to do: 1.
Her dad, Arthur Puebla, worked on the Wassenberg place as stoop laborer, topping sugar beets.