Belinda Wilson Obituary, Death – Belinda Jo Wilson, 65, of West Salem Township, died unexpectedly of natural causes on Thursday, April 27, 2023, at her home. She was born in Grove City on May 16, 1957, to the late Robert and Doris (Hilgar) Webster. Belinda graduated from Grove City High School in 1975, and then went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Thiel College and a master’s degree in elementary guidance counseling from Edinboro University. She worked at Reynolds Elementary School for 30 years, including a few years as a teacher and the majority of her time as a guidance counselor, which she loved.
She enjoyed her profession and worked as the girls’ golf coach at Reynolds, as well as an assistant most recently. R. Kent McGill, Belinda’s spouse, survives her. They tied the knot on May 12, 2018. Two daughters, Megan John and her husband, Travis, of Greenville, and Bonnie Studor and her husband, Robert, of Hermitage, survive as well as two sons, Douglas Wilson and his wife, Danielle, of Greenville, and Matthew Wilson and his wife, Lindsey, of Richmond, Texas. Caleb McGill and Rebecca McGill of Grove City; Alicia McGill and Kenny Bluska of Erie; and nine grandchildren, Ryan Wilson, Nyla Studor, Maverick John, Rivers Bluska, Harlow Bluska, Quinn Studor, Mila John, Laken McGill, and Cali McGill.
Bonnie O’Neil and her husband, Jim; Barb Cook and her husband, Don; Beverly Pas and her husband, John; and Betsy Sample are four sisters. and Belinda Jo, 65, of West Salem Township. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday (4-30-23) Grove City; a stepdaughter, Alicia McGill and her husband, Kenny Bluska, of Erie; nine grandchildren, Ryan Wilson, Nyla Studor, Maverick John, Rivers Bluska, Harlow Bluska, Quinn Studor, Mila John, Laken McGill and Cali McGill; four sisters, Bonnie O’Neil and her husband, Jim; Barb Cook and her husband, Don; Beverly Pas and her husband, John; and Betsy Sample and her husband, Mike, all of Grove City; a brother, Robert Webster and his wife, Teri, of Grove City; and several nieces and nephews, whom she loved dearly. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her former husband, Richard M. Wilson. Memorial contributions can be made to Greenville Area Public Library, 330 Main St., Greenville, PA 16125.