Rachel Margaret Wilson

Rachel passed away peacefully in Nelson on Wednesday, July 14 2021, aged 48. Treasured wife of Brent, loved mum of Cameron, and Troy. Loved daughter of the late Jack and Ethel Arthur, loved sister of Julie and Chris, and John and Lynn, Loved aunty of her nieces and nephews, loved sister-in-law of Jo and Martin and wider family.

 

A service for Rachel was held at the Shone and Shirley Chapel on Wednesday, July 21 at 11.00am or can be viewed online - see instructions to do this below.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Nelson Tasman Region Hospice would be appreciated and can be made at the service or online at www.nelsonhospice.org.nz/donate/.

 

Messages can be sent to Rachel’s family c/- Shone & Shirley, 164 Tahunanui Drive, Nelson 7011 or left online here.

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Memorial Messages

To all of Rachel’s Family We are so saddened to hear of Rachel’s passing. Another one of the Thomson St crew is no longer with us.  Such a beautiful caring soul. That cute little girl that was my neighbor to the strong woman you became. I have so many great memories of us all growing up together and are so thankful that I got to catch up with you when I was home last. May you rest easy Rachel with your Mum & Dad and the rest of the crew up there Am truly saddened I can not be there. My thought and prayers will be with you all on Wednesday. Carmel & Jeff

To Brent, Cameron, Troy & Families So very sorry to hear the very sad news about Rachel thinking of you all at a very difficult time. Rachel was my neighbour growing up in Tinwald. She was a fantastic kid and was a beautiful lady was always great to catch up with her when we could. Rachel will be missed by so many people. My prayers and thoughts will be with you all on Wednesday. Hugs to you all. Sincerely Marie Hill (Quinn)

Brent and family. Sorry to learn of Rachels passing . A fun lady with a big heart. Sharon Livingstone