Wilson C. Cash was born in Chester County, Tennessee on July 23, 1921 the son of the late William Albert Cash and Cora Abigail Snider Cash.
Mr. Cash received the Purple Heart while serving America during WW2, as well as the Korean Conflict. He moved to Crump, TN after his retirement from General Motors as a tool & die maker. He and his wife, Marguerite, were instrumental in helping to form the Crump Senior Center. He also served as Crump alderman and Vice-Mayor. He never met a stranger and will be missed by all of his friends, many of whom gather daily at The Toll House in Savannah. He was a member of the Administrative Board of the Milledgeville Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife Marguerite Todd Reeves Cash.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Wilson Don Cash and wife Donna of Bloomingdale, MI; daughter, Jennifer Cash of Savannah; grandchildren, James Albert Cash, Wilson Don Cash, Jr., Dawn Marie Giammona, and Deona Walsh; 10 great-grandchildren, Gregory Cash, Jeffery Cash, Timothy Cash, Angela Cash, Julia Rose Cash, Maxwell John Giammona, Alexander Michael Giammona, Jena Ann Giammona, Luke Walsh, Selah Joy Walsh, Chael William Walsh; sister, Marie Bingham Willis; special daughter-in-law, Lori Labbi Cash Chancey; many nieces, nephews, friends and family.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his son, Ronald Wayne Cash; his first wife, Elva Floraine Reddell Cash; his second wife, LaVerne Gatz Holub Cash; brother, William Cash; two sisters, Dee (Jack) Hollin and Wilma (Russ) Sharp.