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Gregory “Greg” Allen Wilkerson

d. December 22, 2022

Gregory “Greg” Allen Wilkerson passed away on December 22nd, 2022, after a battle with cancer. Greg was preceded in death by his Father, Curtis Edward Wilkerson, and Areta Binky Wilkerson, both of Albany, Georgia. Greg was a native of Albany, Georgia where he was a graduate of Albany High School where he was a standout basketball player.  From there, Greg attended school at Furman University, Stetson University, and Florida State University. At the conclusion of his educational journey, Greg earned undergraduate and post graduate degrees from multiple institutions. In his professional life, Greg found success in the private sector as an entrepreneur. Later in his professional life, Greg found success in the public sector working and retiring from the City of Tallahassee, where he held many positions in management and administration. In his private life, Greg was an accomplished Fisherman, a hobby he enjoyed most in the company of the “Wilkerson Boys”.  Greg was the grandfather of two wonderful boys, Henry Curtis Wilkerson, and Hudson Knox Wilkerson, and one outstanding granddaughter, Ella Skyler Watson.

Greg is survived by son Justin Wilkerson and wife Kendrah Wilkerson, both of Havana, Florida, and brother and sister-in-law, Steven Wilkerson, and Betsy Wilkerson, of Quincy, Florida. Greg is also survived by grandchildren, Henry Wilkerson, Hudson Wilkerson and Ella Watson, of Havana, Florida. Nephews Curt Wilkerson of Tallahassee, JC Wilkerson of Quincy, Florida and niece Rachel Wilkerson Dahlstrom of Magnolia, Texas.

We humbly ask that donations be made in Greg’s name to Big Bend Hospice of Tallahassee.

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