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Lora Ann Wilder
March 30, 1961 ~ October 17, 2020 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Lora Ann Wilder was born March 30, 1961, to Mr. J.D. and Mrs. Lucille Wilder of Reynolds, Georgia. Lora departed an early life on October 17, 2020. She is survived by her son, David Dunbar of Atlanta, Georgia; two grandchildren, Da’ Jon Kelley of New York City and Karter Williams of Tennessee; six sisters, Jennie Booker of Atlanta, Georgia, Betty (Terry) McKnight of Conyers, Georgia, Nell Wilder of Atlanta, Georgia, Inez Holloway of Atlanta, Georgia, Lois Wilder of New York City, and Priscilla Wilder of Reynolds, Georgia; four brothers, Howard (Jannie) Wilder of Atlanta, Georgia, Larry (Johnnie) Wilder of Atlanta, Georgia, Curtis (Janet) Threat of Texas, and J.D. Wilder, Jr. of Reynolds, Georgia, a special niece, Gail Wilder of New York City. Preceding her in death were her siblings Gussie Lippett, Catherine Mays, James Wilder, Alma Wilder, Edward C. Wilder, and Joe Louis Wilder.
Lora had a fun loving attitude, always smiling. She demonstrated positivity and optimism daily and touched the souls of everyone she encountered. Lora was a radiant light of sunshine and has never met a stranger. She was a school teacher for many years while living in New Jersey, where she loved and had positive impact with all of her students and coworkers. Lora moved back to Georgia where she worked in food services and continued to be a light for everyone she served and worked with at Georgia Regional Hospital. Lora will be dearly missed by all who knew her.