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Jack Monroe Wilson / June 27, 2017
Jack Monroe Wilson, 62, of Washington, DC died Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Washington Hospital Center.

Mr. Wilson was born July 24, 1954 in Charlotte County to Henry Dailey and the late Rosa L. Wilson. He attended the public schools of Charlotte County and was a member of Rocky Branch Baptist Church, Red Oak. Mr. Wilson worked in construction for many years.

He leaves to cherish his memory three daughters, Tammy Dailey of Roanoke, Jacqueline Venable and Amanda Haney (Winston) all of Washington, DC; two sons, Marcel Wilson of Chatham and Tirano Dailey of Roanoke; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; his father, Henry Dailey of Chase City; five sisters, Ida Crawley of South Boston, Christobella Graves (Kenneth) of North Carolina, Sophia Vereen of South Carolina, Latonia Prophet (Troy) of Clarksville and Mattie Redd of Washington, DC; four brothers, Thomas Wilson of Clover, Dennis Staten (Grindl) of Drakes Branch, William Wilson and Frank Wilson (Shelia) all of Washington, DC; devoted friend, Marilyn Wyche of Washington, DC and a vast number of other loving relatives and caring friends.

In addition to his mother, Mr. Wilson was preceded in death by two sons, Demetrius A. and Arvell Venable and one brother, Edward Wilson.

A funeral was held Monday, June 26, at Giles-Harris Funeral Home chapel with Rev. James Lindsey officiating. Burial will follow in Rocky Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Red Oak.

Online condolences may be expressed at

Arrangements are by Giles-Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Service.

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