LATTA - Lesley Wilson, daughter of Princess Wilson and Warren Campbell, was born on September 8, 1977, in Marion County, SC and departed this earthly life on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at McLeod Regional Medical Center of the Pee Dee.
Lesley attended Latta High School where she was a member of the Class of 1995. Lesley was previously employed with Blue Cross Blue Shield for fourteen years and was currently working from home which she thoroughly enjoyed.
Lesley was a very quiet, yet loving person. She enjoyed watching movies and shopping with her mom and reading. Lesley lived and deeply loved her niece whom she’s raised as a daughter and along with her newly nephew. To know Lesley was to truly love her. Lesley had a heart of pure gold and would help anyone that she came in contact with.
Lesley leaves to cherish fond memories: her parents, Princess Wilson and Warren Campbell of the home; siblings, Rockeem (Kiara) Wilson of the home and Jeremiah Anthony of Kershaw, SC; a special niece of the home whom she raised as a daughter, E’Niya Frazier; one special nephew, Rockeem Wilson, Jr. (RJ) of Lake View, SC; a host of aunts and uncles both near and far; best friends who were more like sisters, Jennifer Wade of Savannah, GA and Stephanie Townsend of Latta, SC; two special cousins who were like brothers, Travis Davis and Derrick Wilson both of Latta, SC ; two special God-kids, Derrion Wilson of Latta, SC and Faithe Myers of Lake City, SC; and a host of other cousins and friends.
A service to celebrate her life will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, December 26, 2020, at Rest Haven Cemetery in Latta, SC. A public viewing will be held from 1:00 to 6:00 P.M. on Thursday, December 24, 2020, at Leitner Funeral Home. The care of Miss. Lesley Wilson and her family has been entrusted to the professionals of Leitner Funeral Home in Latta.
You may leave online condolences at www.leitnerfh.com. You may also call Leitner Funeral Home at 843-418-5071 to have a staff member to sign the online guestbook on your behalf. Due to the current health crises (COVID-19) we ask for you to please practice social distancing. Direct eye contact, loving words, and a warm smile can be as meaningful to the families as a traditional handshake or hug, especially during these difficult times.