Elmer A. Wilson, 74, of Somerville, passed away on Dec. 3.
He was the proud owner of the famous Elmer’s Barn for 55 years in Coopers Mills, and was a renowned antique dealer. He was featured in Yankee Magazine and Downeast Magazine. He was a unique man who loved his way of life. He touched so many people with his personality and dry sense of humor.
He was predeceased by mother, Blanche Wilson; father, Linwood Wilson Sr.; and brother, Linwood Wilson Jr.
He is survived by wife, Betty Wilson of Somerville; children, Clifford Wilson of Whitefield, Emily Wilson of Coopers Mills, and Ivana Wilson of Windsor; grandson, Seth Allen of New London, N.C.; granddaughters, Tiffany Wilson, and Rosalie Wilson of Randolph; stepchild, Kim Dennison-Waller of Warren; step-grandchildren, Tamara Potter of Rockland, and Frank Dennison of Rockland; step-great-grandchildren, Andraya Roque of Somerville, and Malachi Roque of Warren; and siblings, Wayne Wilson Sr. of Florida, Florence Wilson of Florida, Pauline Haskell of Windsor, Darrell Wilson Sr. of Pittston, and David Wilson of Florida.