Harold Wilkins Obituary
2, 3, p.m. Funeral rites set for crash victim Funeral services for Harold E. (Pinkj-) Wilkins, 48, of 450 Chestnut St., who was killed in an airplane crash Sun d a y, will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at thÂ« Bookhout Funeral Home, with the Rev. William Fewell, pastor of the West End Community Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in O n e o n l a Plains Cemetery. Mr, Wilkins was born O c t . 23, 1S15 in the Town of Oneon- Delhi Hospital September 27 BIRTHS--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huggans, Bovina Center, a boy. ADMISSIONS - Barbara Miller, Frasers; Mrs. Elizabeth Davidson, RD 1, Delhi; Mrs. Jessie Griggs, Treadwell; John Mokay, Delhi; infant Eugene Batiste, Delhi; Mrs. Earl Stover, Albany; Earl Stover, Albany; Andrew Schult!:. Albany; Mrs. Marie Irvine, Delhi. ta, the son of Ralph and Nettie (Jenks) Wilkins. He married Lucy Black o n Oct. 17, 1940 in Oneonta. He was owner of the West End Body Shop and the M State Appraisal Service. He lived in Oneonta all hiÂ« life and was a member of the West End Community Baptist Church, Oneonta Mason i c Lodge, Elks Club, Moose Club, Eagles Club and Oneonta Chamber of Commerce. He is survived by his Â·wife; two daughters, Mary Lou and Linda Wilkins, both of 450 Chestnut St.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilkins, Ramseur, N.C.; one brother, M a y Wilkins, Ashcboro, N.C. .and one nephew, Robert W i 1 Asheboro, N.C. Friends may call at t h Bookhout Funeral Home- at their convenience after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Family will be in attendance from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Masonic service will be 7:31) p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.