AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine


In Memoriam: Cal Key Wilson


In Memoriam: Cal Key Wilson

Please join us as we gather to remember AOMA student Cal Key Wilson.
We will hold the service Wednesday 11/30, from 5:30pm - 6:30pm at the fountain in the center of the AOMA Campus (4701 West Gate Blvd). 
Dr. Jamie Wu and Dr. William Morris will open and close our gathering.

Memorial Service

Cal Key Wilson
November 30, 2011, 5:30 pm
AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Courtyard

Gathering and opening remarks—Dr. Jamie Wu
Sharing the light
Sharing the memories
Chant—Hannah Thornton
Blessing—Joe Phiakhamta
Closing remarks—Dr. William R. Morris

We meditate on the glory of the Creator,
Who has created the Universe,
Who is worthy of our worship,
Who is the embodiment of knowledge and of light,
Who is the remover of all sin and ignorance,
May He enlighten our intellect.
--Gayatri Mantra
(From Cal’s Facebook page, favorite quotations)


Calvin Key Wilson, “Cal” died on November 25, 2011, he was 26 years old at the time of decease. He was presently attending the AOMA Graduate School of Integrated Medicine in Austin, Texas. Calvin was on his way home to spend Thanksgiving with his family.  The cause of death was due to motor vehicle accident.

Calvin “Cal” Wilson was born February 23, 1985 in Charlotte, NC. He leaves to cherish his life, and legacy; Tammy Jeanette Key Wilson, and Calvin Clyde Wilson (parents). He is survived by two brothers and one sister, Zenus Wilson (Chapel Hill), Phillip Wilson (Greenville, NC), and Lisa Killian (Durham, NC). He leaves to cherish his life many uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and fiancée Stephanie Meyer of Austin, Texas, and many friends.  Calvin will be missed by his beloved pets (Damien, Stardust, and Nellie). Calvin attended Charlotte Christian School, Providence Day School (2002), and UNC Charlotte (B.A., 2009). Calvin will be remembered by many as a courageous free spirit, who embraced nature, and thoroughly enjoyed Poi, Yoga, and fire-spinning. Calvin is loved by so many people he knew.  Even a brief encounter with him could make one smile and he has blessed so many with his bright thoughts and actions.

A  Memorial Service will be at Saint Matthews Catholic Church with Monsignor McSweeney presiding on Tuesday November 29 at 1:00pm.

The family request memorial funds/donations made  to either:

AOMA School of Integrated Medicine       
4701 West Gate Blvd                  
Austin, TX 78745                   

St. Matthews Catholic Church Youth Ministry
8015 Ballantyne Commons Pwky
Charlotte, NC 28227

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