Clyde K. Wilson, 68, loving husband, father, and grandfather passed away with family by his side, at Sanford Medical Center in Bismarck, ND on Wednesday January 4, 2023. A memorial service will be held 1:30 p.m. Thursday, January 12 at House of Prayer, Bismarck.
Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Parkway Funeral Service, Bismarck. A prayer service will begin at 7 p.m.
Clyde Kevin Wilson was born on October 7, 1954, to Clifford Wilson and Edith (Anunson) in Bismarck, ND. He was one of eleven children. Clyde attended Bismarck High School, graduating in 1972. In 1977, he started his long and respectful career in construction working for Scherr Plastering Inc. He retired in July 2022, where he spent his remaining time with his beloved family doing his favorite activities.
He met his wife, Sandy Sauter, in 1980, and the two were wed on March 26, 1982. They had three beautiful children, Justin, Chase, and Jenise. Clyde enjoyed creating and building homes for his family, helping his children remodel their houses, teaching his children and grandchildren how to be successful, hunting and fishing, and spending time at his lake cabin with his family. Clyde has four wonderful grandkids, whom he loved spending time with. He was their biggest fan at all their events and truly loved his role as Papa Wilson.
Clyde is survived by his wife, Sandy; his three children. Justin (Carri) Wilson and Jacob, James, and Cambry of Bismarck, ND; Chase (Deb) Wilson and Beck of Denver, CO; and Jenise Wilson of Bismarck, ND; eight siblings, Clifford (Joan), June Walker, LaDel (Deanna), Birdie (Albert) Fode, Deanne Kramer, Randy (Laurele), and Terri (Pete) Hodgin; brother-in-law, Ben Mittleider; numerous nieces and nephews; and all the people he touched during his generous and giving life.
Waiting for him in heaven are his parents, Clifford and Edith Wilson; siblings, Grace Mittleider, Willette Wilson, and Curtis Wilson; his mother-and father-in law, Alvin and Delores Sauter; two brothers-in-law, Larry and Clinton Sauter; sister-in-law, Janet Sauter; and numerous aunts, uncles, in-laws, friends, and cherished pets.
He was and always will be remembered as the most loving and generous husband, father, and grandfather.
Memorials may be sent to the Bismarck Cancer Center.