Wilson & Associates’ Funeral Service, Inc. was co-founded in September 2008 by Brian V. Wilson, who serves as President and Manager. It was his dream to own a funeral home since the age of 12. Here we are 16 years later, and the vision and dream has been brought to pass.
After recognizing the vision and believing in the promise spoken to Brian’s mother years ago, Brian, along with his parents, Rev. Robert M. Wilson and Rev. Elvenia F. Wilson, and a silent business partner, joined forces to establish the Wilson & Associates’ Funeral Service, Inc: “A New Tradition of Quality.” Other members of the Wilson family, as well as many friends of the family, have also played key roles in establishing the firm, both past and present, and locally and nationally.
The term “Associates” not only refers to the four founders of the firm, but it also refers to the professional and friendly staff, and all persons that have contributed to the firm.
Wilson & Associates’ Funeral Service, Inc. is simply a family serving families, and is here to assist you with all of your funeral needs.
Brian V. Wilson serves as President and Manager of Wilson & Associates’ Funeral Service, Inc. Brian is a native of North Carolina, and attended Fayetteville Technical Community College in Fayetteville, NC, where he obtained an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Funeral Service Education. He also obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Averett University.
Brian is no stranger to the Funeral Industry when it comes to the Richmond market. He was employed with Chiles Funeral Home, where he completed his Apprenticeship in 2004. Brian has been licensed to practice Funeral Service in Virginia for seven years. He is also licensed to practice Funeral Service in North Carolina, as well as in the District of Columbia.
Brian is a member of New Deliverance Evangelistic Church, where his pastor is the Honorable Bishop Gerald O. Glenn. He has also served as Minister of Music for The Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, and Woodville Church of the Nazarene. In his spare time, Brian enjoys outdoor activities; going to church; playing the piano; and most of all, talking on the phone with his parents and siblings back home. He is the proud uncle of one niece, and three nephews.