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Paul Stafford Wilson

Paul Stafford Wilson, 58, resident of Camden, SC husband of Paige Hammond Wilson passed away Tuesday Aug. 11. 2020 at his home with his loving family by his side.

Born in Johnson City, TN July 31, 1962 he was a son of the late Paul Wesley Wilson and Adela Stafford Wilson.

Paul was a 1980 graduate of Morristown-Hamblin High School West in Morristown, TN. He earned a B.S. In Social Work from East Tennessee State University in 1984. Paul started his career in retail sales working for Belk Department Store in 1984 and was transferred to Camden in 1985. He remained in retail sales and finished his career at HomeGoods working as the General Manager in Columbia, SC. Paul had an outgoing personality and his main love in life was his family.

Surviors include: His beloved wife of 30 years Paige Hammond Wilson of the home; a son James Paul Wilson (Taylor Kent Hull) of Nashville, TN; two daughters Madison Wilson McCarthy (Robert) of Charleston, SC and Morgan Hannah Wilson of Camden, SC; three sisters Patricia Hatfield, Peggy Witherow (Michael) and Barbara Kelley (Kenneth).

A private family memorial service will be conducted Sunday Aug. 16, 2020 with the Revs. David Weaver and Tae Park officiating. There will be at drive-thru visitation at the portico in the rear at Lyttleton St. UMC from 12 noon until 1:00 PM Sunday after the memorial service.

In lieu of flowers memorials in memory of Paul may be made to Lyttleton St. United Methodist Church, 1206 Lyttleton St. Camden, SC 29020.


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Guestbook

I first met Paul at Belt in Camden, not long after I moved here. Paige, you and I played tennis together and I'll never forget the first time you picked up a racket and started playing like a pro. I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing, and I pray the peace of God with comfort you and your family at this time.
Jo McLeod

Jo McLeod Aug 22 2020 12:00 AM

I met Paul in the late 80s and would see him from time to time at different stores. He always made it a point to speak with me and it usually about Alabama and Tennessee football. We never really knew each other by name and thats okay. I saw Paul a few weeks ago and as usual his greeting of hey brother . He said to me then he was sorry he couldnt remember my name so he always called me Bama. Then we proceeded to talk football.
You dont always have to know a mans name to know they were genuine person. Thats exactly what Paul was. Im sorry for your loss and I will miss hearing hey brother and our short talks.

Steve McElveen Aug 18 2020 12:00 AM

So many good memories and times that will never be forgotten. Heaven has gained a genuine soul. My thoughts and prayers are with Paul's family. With deepest sympathies.

Steve Thiel Aug 18 2020 12:00 AM

Everytime I would shop at Homegoods and he was working, he always greeted me with a huge smile, always so helpful and kind. Praying for his family to find peace and comfort

T Martin Aug 18 2020 12:00 AM

Pauls energy and constant Brotherrrrr banter made anyone feel welcome and at home. He led his teams with his heart on his sleeve and with compassion first- ensuring that no one in his ecosystem ever had to wonder if they mattered and knew that he cared.

So many of those skills are ones that grew on me and that I have continued on with to this day- thank you Brother Paul for all the love, joy, and light you put into the world- you truly made it a better place than you found it.

Chris Hammond Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

I was Paul's girlfriend his senior year in high school and we went to prom together. He was a sweetheart of a guy. My memories of him are his dipping Skoal, listening to Pure Prairie League, driving his Celica, and working at Parks Belk. We were going to have a 40th high school reunion this year but covid postponed it. My deepest condolences to his family because 58 was way too young!

Donna Wilkes Malkmus Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

Brother Paul was 1 of kind ,I met him working at Kohls 563 he always made working fun and full of laughter never a dull moment, all 4 of my kids loved working with him also especially my boys loved hearing him talk about his love for racing , my thoughts and prayers to all his family and friends , Rest in Peace Brother Paul

Teresa Kirby Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

I went to High School with Paul. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Bobby Davis Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

The loss of Paul, my beloved "P-Dub", is just so hard. He had always been such a positive force and kind spirit. He will be sorely missed by so many people! My prayers are with his family

Leah Jackson Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

Mr Paul was the general manager at the home goods that we frequented, and he always met us with a kind word and a smile! He genuinely loved working with people, and always made our day brighter when we saw him. He will be dearly missed. - Cierra Rayman, Melissa Ardis, Brittney McDaniel

Cierra Rayman Aug 17 2020 12:00 AM

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