Zepora “Zee” E. (Taylor) Wilson was born February 6, 1925 to Cary Taylor and Liza (Kelough) Taylor in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. She affectionately nicknamed herself, “Zee,” and absolutely loved that her father had named her after Moses wife (with a different spelling) in the Holy Bible!
Zee accepted Jesus The Christ as her Lord and Savior in her early in her early childhood! Among her many accolades and accomplishments, she was an honor graduate of Clearview High School in Clear-view, Oklahoma and later attended East Central State College in Ada, Oklahoma. Upon her completion of Biblical Studies, she was awarded her diploma from the world-wide Voice of Prophecy. She earned her Advanced Evangelical Teacher’s Certificate from the Johnson Memorial Bible Institute in 1978. The certificate of Christian Leadership in Baptist Doctrine was conferred by the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc. in 1981.
Among her many voluntary positions, See served as an American Red Cross Pink Lady, a member of the Langston University Upward Bound Board of Directors, Inc., P.T.A. officer’s settings, and in numerous local and district church positions throughout the great State of Oklahoma where she was “happy” to be an active Christian in Oklahoma.
See eventually became a bookkeeper for the Mistletoe Express Company and within the autumn season of her life, she united here at the Wildewood Baptist Church under the pastorship of her son, Rev. Dr. Earl W. Bryant and First Lady Elechia Bryant.
Zee’s mother, father, one baby, one grand-baby, seven sisters, and eleven brothers preceded her in going home. She leaves in God’s loving care, two sons and their wives, one daughter, one brother and wife, one sister, sisters-in-law, grandchildren, step grandchildren, great-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends with love, love, love!
Services for Zepora Wilson were held Friday, January 18, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Wildewood Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Rev. Michael Williams, Sr. Pastor of Mt Moriah Baptist Church, delivered the eulogy. Internment followed at Northfork Cemetery in Clearview, Oklahoma under the direction of Temple and Sons Funeral Directors, Inc. of Oklahoma City, Okla-