Megan N. ‘Meme’ Wilson

January 23, 1981 ‒ August 23, 2016

Marion, Ohio

Megan N. “Meme” Wilson, age 35, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at Riverside Methodist Hospital following a sudden and brief illness.

On January 23, 1981, Megan was born in Marion, Ohio, the daughter of Jon Pickett and Molly (McGuire) Arter.  She graduated from River Valley High School in the class of 2000.

For several years, Megan worked at Laipply’s Printing & Marketing Solutions as a customer service representative.

Megan married the love of her life, Curtis Wilson, on May 16, 2015.

Having a huge heart for animals, Megan had a dream of one day starting her own rescue for dogs and cats, which was how she got her two dogs: Heidi and Halo; and cat, Lex.

Very selfless, Megan always put the needs of her family and friends before her own.  She loved to take care of everyone around her, especially children and she always spoiled her cherished nieces and nephews.

Bubbly and fun loving, Megan had an infectious smile and laugh that brightened the day of everyone around her.  You couldn’t help but to be happy around Megan!  She also had a close group of friends whom she adored and stuck together through thick and thin.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Curtis Wilson; mother, Molly Arter; father, Jon Pickett; sister, Kristen Arter; several nieces and nephews; and countless dear friends.

Megan was preceded in death by her step father, Greg Arter; and loving grandparents.

Her family will greet friends from 2 – 5 p.m. on Sunday, August 28, at the Gunder/Hall & Snyder Funeral Home, 347 W. Center St., Marion.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society of Delaware County, 4920 St. Rt. 37 E., Delaware, OH 43015.

Gunder/Hall & Snyder Funeral Home is honored to have been chosen to serve Megan’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Greg and Molly – I am so sorry to hear about this. Thinking of your family and saying prayers for you all! xx

  • When I think about all the lives Megan has touched it makes me smile because I know that she made a difference in so many lives, but it deeply saddens me as well because all the children that looked up to her will no longer have her presence to look up to. I hope they grow up in life and live the life the Megan would have wanted for them because I know she is smiling down with that big old smile of hers and saying “those are my babies, make me proud!” We love you Megan may you rest in peace. until we meet again baby cousin watch over us all

  • Oh beautiful Megan, I never got to met you, but I loved you just the same. I loved the bits and pieces of you that your Daddy shared with me. Your Daddy adored you, and I bet he was really good at making sure that you knew it down to your bones. You left far to soon, and the loss of your smile and wit will be felt by everyone. That smile…

  • I am truly sorry for the loss of Megan. She was always smiling and laughing. Always had fun when I was around her. My heart breaks for her family, I know how close they all were. She adored all the children as they adored her as well. I will never forget her smile or how protective she was of her family. I am so happy that she found true love. R.I.P my dear friend. I know you will still be watching over and protecting your loved ones. You will be missed.

  • I’m so sorry for her family and friends lost. I’ll keep you all in my prayers. I hope all is well. Hope everything gets better for her family and friends. She will be missed by so many. R . I . P. Megan.

  • Greg and Molly – this is heartbreaking news 😢
    Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers…God bless you. xo

  • Megan and I lost touch after she left giant eagle a few years back (in Columbus) but she was an amazing person! I was always able to come to her with my problems and she was a very good friend!! She always kept me laughing!! So sorry to hear this, my heart goes out to her close friends and family. You guys are in my prayers. God bless.

  • I’m so sorry Greg and Molly. You’re in my prayers. May you find comfort in God’s healing hands.
    Karen (Mowry) Baer

  • Megan was a great friend. I worked with her at giant eagle in the eagles nest in Columbus. You could talk to her about anything and she always knew how to cheer you up and make you laugh. RIP Megan. Love you. Prayers for her family and close friends🙏🙏