Jeanne Wilson

Jeanne Alice Wilson (McClusky)

Friday, June 10th, 1938 - Sunday, August 2nd, 2020
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Jeanne Alice McClusky Wilson, 82, of Meadville, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sunday, August 2, 2020. She was born in New Haven, CT; daughter of the late Frank H. and Janet A. Yeomans McClusky.

Jeanne graduated from Barnstable High School and the Revlon School of Cosmetology in New York City. She loved crafts, games, bingo; Saegertown American Legion; hosting events with family and friends; very involved in local Republican Party at their office in Meadville and Republican Committee for Hayfield Township (elected position); in 2015 she was selected to be Republican Woman of the Year.

Survivors include her two daughters, Deborah Mattern and her husband Donald of Saegertown; Donna Collins of Saegertown; her son Donald Frazel, Jr. and his wife Dawn of Beverly Hills, FL; six grandchildren; Robert (Chris) Mattern; Kristina (Jeremy) Gilchrist; Elizabeth (Rich) Mascitti; Charles Mook; Jessie Frazel and Cora Frazel; her sister Judith Mikols of MA and sister-in-law Barbara Wilson of Meadville; two brothers; Robert McClusky (Candice White) of MA; and David McClusky of MA; also 7 great grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren also several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Jeanne was preceded in death by her husband John Wilson, her infant son Daniel; son-in-law Henry Collins; brothers-in-law Emil Mikols; George Wilson; William Wilson; sisters-in-law Catherine Schutz and Alice Brawley.

Per Jeanne's wishes, services will be private and held at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Life NWPA, 1034 Grove St. Meadville PA 16335 or to the Saegertown American Legion Post 205, 755 South St, Saegertown, PA 16433.

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Posted at 09:51am
Jeanne was such a delightful lady when she and I worked together many years ago selling Rainbow sweepers. She could make people laugh and always spent plenty of time listening to good stories. Her love of cats was just an extension of her love of life. I lost track of her when she left the farmhouse and one day I saw her walking towards the Shryock Apartment building. I knew it was her even from her back. She had a way about her that I’ll never forget. She was fun to be with.

Christine Greig

Posted at 08:05am
We loved Jeanne-she was a staple in our GOP and will be greatly missed.
George & Christine Greig

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