Roger Wilson Obituary, Charnwood Borough Council Pay Tribute To Roger Wilson

Roger Wilson Obituary, Death – Roger Wilson was the former Mayor of Charnwood, and his former colleagues on the Charnwood Borough Council is paying tribute to him now that he has gone. They expressed their condolences and thanked him for his service. Mr. Wilson died only a few weeks ago. Mr. Wilson was recently engaged in a fatal car accident.

When Roger ran for Borough Council in May 1991, he stated that he wanted to represent the Birstall Stonehill Ward. As a result, he was granted the chance to carry it out. He remained in that role till the end of May 2003. At the time, he was an elected official on the council of the neighborhood borough where he now resides. Following that, he was elected to represent the Birstall Watermead Ward, a position he held for eleven years, from May 2003 to May 2011. He was the representative for the entire ten-year tenure during that time. He served for the entire ten-year term that was in existence at the time. Roger was elected Mayor of Charnwood in 2005 and 2006, where he served for two years.

During that time, Roger was also the Mayor of Charnwood. He decided to work with the Glebe House in order to contribute to the overall fundraising efforts of a non-profit organization, and he was eventually successful in doing so. While serving as Mayor, he made this choice. We will continue to think of and pray for Roger’s family, friends, and loved ones as they deal with this difficult situation. We will remember them here and now and keep them in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.