Jessica Nicole Wilson
October 19, 1988 – December 16, 2022
Jessica Nicole Wilson, 34, of Richmond went to heaven on Friday, December 16, 2022.
Jessica was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and so much more. She grew up in Mechanicsville, VA, where she attended Lee Davis High School until she moved to Henrico, VA, where she resided with her family. She was fearless, empathetic, and generous, and would help anyone in need. Her biggest accomplishments were her girls, who were her whole world, and she was so proud of them. She will be truly missed by those who were lucky enough to know her. Her light will continue to shine through her loved ones and her memory will forever be in our hearts.
Jessica was preceded in death by her loving father, William “Scott” Wilson, who she loved deeply.
Jessica is survived by those who loved her most including her children, Lylah and Sailynn; her mother, Michele Wilson; her sister, Kristie Walkuw (Stan); nephew, Bradley; and companion, Mike Gundersen.
A memorial service will be held at noon on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294. The family will receive friends and family one hour prior to the service. Following the service, the family will have a small Celebration of Life reception at 1911 W. Main Street, Richmond, VA 23220.
In lieu of flowers, if you wish, you may make a contribution to Lylah and Sailynn’s Memorable Experience Fund in honor of their mother. The fund and additional information can be located at http://gofund.me/1a6a63aa
Jessica, my beautiful baby girl, I love you so much, my heart is shattered in a million pieces and I truly cannot believe you are really gone. You left this earth way too soon. I promise to raise Lylah and Sailynn the way you wanted and keep them together. You were my living angel in so many ways and now that you are my heavenly angel, please watch over me and guide me with your kids. Give your daddy, my parents and Peanut a great big kiss & hug. I hope to see you in my dreams and one day, a long time from now, I will hold you once again.
Jessica I am heartbroken , I remember you were the first person I met when I came to Mechanicsville and I couldn’t have had a more kind, gentle,loving ,beautiful friend. I will never forget the amazing times we shared together you were my everything . I wish we could have reconnected like we planned but I know we will be together again. Your girls are beautiful just like you and I know they will be cared for greatly. I love you my angel until we are together again 💛
You had a spark Jess and you touched my heart many years ago the moment you walked into my office. When our paths crossed again later in life we built a friendship. Thank you. For all the things I hoped to teach you when we met…you taught me too. Im so sorry your stay here was so short. 😔
Oh Jessica, I am so sorry your time here on earth was so short.. You were so special to so many people and I would not trade my childhood with you and Kristie for the world. You were always like the BIG sister I always wished to have, your heart was so caring, and I always loved your sense of humor. Truly a beautiful soul inside and out, I promise to always be here for your sister , the girls and your momma. I know you are at peace and i find comfort in that. I just wish i would of had more time over the last few years with you. Love you so much & i will miss your sweet face! Please continue to watch of your family- they need you right now.