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Anthony Sibersin Wilson
April 1, 1964 ~ September 2, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Ecclesiastes 3:1 For everything there is a season and a time for every matter under heaven.
A time to be born: Anthony Sibersin Wilson was born on
April 1, 1964, and grew up in Kansas City, KS. He was educated in the KCK public school system.
A time to live and work: Anthony’s oldest brother Jeffrey had established a thriving contractor business in Decatur, GA. He returned to Kansas City and first offered their brother Roosevelt the opportunity to work with him. After Roosevelt skilled up in the business he returned to Kansas City and helped Anthony relocate to work alongside his brothers in the business. Anthony later decided to branch out on his own and worked for the City of Atlanta in the Streets Department until he decided to return to Kansas City. While living there he had the chance to interact and enjoy watching his nieces Carma and Caressa grow up. Anthony was an honest person who developed a great deal of integrity as he grew older. Even though Anthony mostly stayed to himself, he was dependable and consistently reached out to his loved ones often just to say hello and to ‘check on us’. Every night, he would group message us all to have a good night and well wishes for the next day. Despite having health issues, Anthony could always be seen with a smile on his face never really complaining. He’d keep the family updated on his progress and then ask about them. He was a caring man who never set out to harm others.
Anthony’s favorite things to do:
Watch the Chiefs game!!! Anthony loved his Kansas City Chiefs! He always looked forward to football season and the watch parties with Lisa, Bobby and Darryl (a few of his lifelong friends).He made it his business to call his buddies and talk about the weekly game.
Roller skate. In his younger years, he would have skated every day if he could. He will forever be known as the ‘One Leg Man’. Don’t let his size fool yaw! He could roll, bounce, jump, and spin to his favorite songs.
A time to die: Anthony was called to glory on September 2, 2023, when the Lord of Lords and King of Kings called him home. A home where he would never have to suffer anymore. Where he would smile and chuckle over and over again while enjoying the heavenly feasts.
Anthony was preceded in death by his father, Louis Graham, and rejoined his mother, Kathleen Wilson, his grandmother, Rosalee Gilliam, brother, Jeffrey “Goldie” Gilliam, and his namesake uncle, “Big Anthony” Hayes. Anthony will be lovingly remembered by his siblings, two sisters Jacqueline Hill (Donald), and Felecia Graham, his brothers Theodore Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson, Jr., and Eric Graham, two nieces Carma Gilliam and Caressa Gilliam, his aunts Leona Anthony, and Deborah Ray and Melinda Byrd, uncles Donzell Gilliam and Tino Gilliam (Terry). A host of other cousins, great nieces and nephews, and friends, especially his closest childhood friends, the Hussey family.