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Baylor Wilder

October 22, 1964 - May 7, 2015
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Mr. Baylor Wilder, 50 of Campbellsburg, Indiana, formerly of Seymour, passed away on May 7, 2015, at home with his family by his side. Baylor was born in Seymour on October 22, 1964, the son of Baylor O. and Lula M. (Kelly) Wilder both of whom preceded him in death. He married Nancy Smith onContinue Reading

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Nancy Wilder left a message on May 16, 2017:
Sweetheart my life has been forever changed. I can't imagine life without you by my side. I went to church on Sunday and when I walked through the doors I started crying. I feel as if my heart has been completely ripped out of my chest. I loved you with all my heart and soul. I could never be more blest with a better husband than what you were to me. You and I were so very close and I feel so lost without you. I love and miss you!!!!!!
Allie Curl left a message on May 16, 2017:
It is hard to find words on what to say about this hard time. You see the phrase, "he was such a good person and will be missed" written in countless condolence notes, but it is the downright truth this time around. Baylor was genuine. He had a way about him. He was so kind and gentle, so positive. He had a heart. He was soft and encouraging to his kids, and loved his grandkis with all his heart. It's funny the things that you remember in such a time like this. The small, simple memories seem so honorable now. I remember him saying "many people wake up and say 'uh, gosh. Time to wake up again.' But i dont want to take it for granted. I wake up and look at the sunshine and think 'wow. Thank you God for giving me another beautiful day." I think that simple moment describes Baylor's personality the most. Very soft and uplifting. I think of that moment almost every day that the sun is shining. He was truly a blessing, and its so sad for ua to have lost someone so great. With grandpa Skip being the reverend of the church, Baylor was the deacon and led them in prayer and song. The day that he revealed to his church family that he was painfully battling this nasty filth called cancer, he still kept himself together and led the church through hymns. Now, he is pain free and singing those same hymns with the angels. Let us be thankful that the good Lord called him home and took away his suffering. Until we meet again, Mister Baylor.
Darlene Curl left a message on May 16, 2017:
Nancy and all the Wilder family my heart goes out to each and everyone of you! I worked with Baylor for many years at ADI. We worked a lot of long hours together which became good friends. At work he would always talk about his family show me pictures of kids and grandkids he loved each and everyone one of you very much! Baylor was a great and caring person. He had a heart of gold! He always had a smiling face and uplifting spirit! He was a joy to work with I will miss him very much at least now he is in a much better place ! You will always be in my thoughts and prayers! I feel blessed to have known such a wonderful person!
Latasha Klakamp left a message on May 16, 2017:
Dad, You were an always will be my rock. You taught me so much in life...always had the patients to forgive me for the mistakes I made gave me kind an wise words. Taught me to be strong, loving, compassionate, an most importantly forgiving. Taught me that family was everything. An that my son was just being a boy. I will continue to use all of that in my life to come. My days are sad now that your gone but I think back to everything we talked about. An remember all the advise. I know that I was blessed to be your daughter an to be taught all lessons in life from such an amazing man. I miss you so much everyday that passes, feel lost an wish I could get more advice from you now on what to do. But good news is I had an amazing teacher so I know that once my head gets going straight again I'll know what to do. I live you more than all the words I could type on this page dad. Love you.
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