Al Wilson

Al Thomas Wilson, 58, of Galveston, Texas passed away peacefully on January 11, 2022. Al was born August 21,1963 in Galveston to loving parents, William B. and Josephine G. Wilson.

Al is preceded in death, by his parents as well as his grandparents, Roman and Maria Perez and Albert and Julia Ann (Keseljevich) Wilson in addition to numerous loving uncles, aunts, and cousins.

He is survived by his beloved, Tammie Kennedy and rescue baby Yoti, his sisters, Rhonda Gibson and husband, Richard, and Julia Wilson; nieces, Brittany Gibson, Madison Davis and husband, Jordan; great niece, Adalynn Kay Davis; aunt, Janie Craig and husband, Jason;  uncle, Silberio Gonzalez and wife, Hope; aunts, Harriett (Bitsy) “Wilson” Muse, Hilda Wilson, Margaret Wilson; uncle, Walter Wilson and wife, Linda.  He is also survived by his uncle, Max Wilson.  Also, left behind to cherish his memory are many loving cousins and extended brothers and sisters, that Bubba called family.

It’s been one Hell of a Ride….

Crowder Funeral Home, 851 FM 517 Road West, Dickinson, Texas 77539 will be hosting the wake on Thursday, the 20th of January from 5pm to 7pm.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Friends of Bayou Animal Services, Inc., 3100 Deats Rd., Dickinson, Texas, 77539


  1. Sad you had to leave Al, but we know you left for a better place without suffering and pain! Sorry we lost contact after your Aunt Bitsy and I divorced! I understand you grew up to be a good man! RIP!

    Larry muse
  2. So sorry to hear this I worked with him and knew him for many years awesome person rest in peace.

    Ellen Vanier
  3. Dear Rhonda and Julia: I am so very sorry for the loss of your beautiful brother. I remember Al coming in to the Tax Office many times to visit with his Uncle Chuck.
    Always so very handsome and full of life. My heart is breaking for the both of you. May your brother rest in eternal peace with his parents and other relatives that have gone on before him. I think of both of you often and offer prayers of peace and comfort for all the family.
    Jeanette Mancill

    Jeanette Mancill
  4. I didn’t know Al very long, but it was obvious how much he meant to everyone around him. He was a joy to be around and had a wonderful outlook on life. Al will be missed.

    Joe Mayhew
  5. Ql I didn’t get to see you that often but, when would run into one another it was always nice seeing you . You will be missed. Rest Easy with the Angels.

    Lori Ostermeyar Varela
  6. We were so lucky to have Al in our life! He was one of the kindest, most generous, loving friends we had and we will never forget him. He was a brother to Allen and was always there for both of us. He will be dearly missed! Rest in peace dear friend. May your family and friends find comfort in their memories of having had you in their lives. We send our love.

    Allen and Darla Smith
  7. Dear Rhonda and Julia, I am so sorry to hear of Al’s passing. I still remember that adorable curly haired, big blued boy that was like a little brother to me. Al was a kind hearted soul.

    Linda Robinson-Starr
  8. You were like a brother to us and an uncle to our boys. We miss you and have so many great memories. I’ll always remember the first time I met you when you were living with Danny and Bart…may your memory be a blessing

    eliza quigley

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