Edmond H. Wilson
Hardeman Province Commander
Delta Theta–Georgia Southern ’80
Eddie Wilson has been a community banker for 32 years holding various leadership roles ranging from Branch Manager to CEO. In 2018, Eddie retired and joined Raymond James Financial to pursue his lifelong interest of beginning a financial advisory practice. While living in Rome, Georgia, he served on the board of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce, as Chairman of the Floyd County Development Authority, and was appointed by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue as a director of both the Georgia Student Finance Commission and the Georgia Development Authority. He has served in leadership positions and taught Sunday School in his church in Rome and Macon. In Macon, he has served on the boards of the Macon Economic Development Commission and Young Life and is now a member of the United Way Campaign Cabinet. A member of the Leadership Georgia Class of 1990, he has participated in Leadership programs in Perry, Calhoun, Rome, and Macon. Eddie was elected to the Perry (Georgia) City Council at the age of 25.
Eddie graduated from Georgia Southern University in 1983 and earned his MBA from Mercer University in 1992. Eddie and his wife, Penny, a former KA Rose, have three KA sons, Lawton (Gamma–Georgia ’04) (married to Katie), Patrick (Gamma–Georgia ’09), and Brantley (Delta Theta–Georgia Southern ’15). They are proud to have three grandchildren, Harper, Maggie, and Hayes. Eddie previously served as Hardeman Province Commander from 1984 to 1986 and is a member of the Crimson & Gold Society, Forever KA, and the Loyal Order.