Community Service Award

The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., Williamsburg & Vicinity
Presented The Community Service Award

Clarence A. Wilson is a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and is the youngest of nine children born to the late Philip and Lera Wilson. Mr. Wilson was educated in the public schools of Chattanooga, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing in 1967, from Indiana University located in Bloomington, Indiana.
Clarence is an active Life Member of the York-James City-Williamsburg Branch of the NAACP in Williamsburg, and has served as President since 2007. He strives to make the NAACP an advocate in the areas of equal education for our children, social justice, full civic engagement, and a voice for improved healthcare for the disadvantaged. He has also worked to build strong partnerships with churches, organizations, businesses and schools in the community.
With a passion for community service, Mr. Wilson is a member of organizations that share his need to be the voice to those who may not have a voice. He serves as Trustee for the Williamsburg Health Foundation, and is a Charter Member and President of the WJCC Schools Foundation. His philosophy of service is to give back where he can, for .. "To whom much is given - much is required."
Mr. Wilson has been married to Sue Cottman Wilson for 48 years. They have two sons and six grandchildren. He enjoys golf, bowling and traveling with family and friends, but spending quality time with his family is priority #1.

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