Franklin W. Wilson, Jr.

FRANKLIN W. WILSON, JR. 12/22/69-06/05/05

Knowlege is Power
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Academics & Athleticism

We, at COMET "22," adamantly believe that academics and athleticism are equally fundamental for competing in the classroom and on the court. COMET "22" supports the vision of our esteemed and beloved, Franklin W. Wilson, Jr., that "knowlege is power." Essentially, knowledge, education and power are the guiding lights for all upcoming luminaries. We stress community service, reading, good study habits, character, respect and sportsmanship, excelling both in the classroom and on the court.

COMET "22" is pleased to announce the annual scholarship in memory of our venerated, Franklin W. Wilson, Jr., who departed suddenly on June 5, 2005.  We commemorate his legacy with a scholarship of $1,000.00 to a deserving student who exemplifies Franklin's vision and philosophy. To qualify, students must submit a 500 word essay on the topic: "The Importance of Education." Contestants must be senior high school students playing varsity basketball.  (Scholarship details will follow.)

Please join us in launching our non-profit organization, COMET "22" on our official website: Citizens On A Mission Exposing Talent "22" is the non-profit arm of the company, COMET/"Citizens On A Mission Exposing The Truth" founded by Franklin W. Wilson, Jr. We strive to continue his legacy, bearing the "22" the day Franklin was born and the number worn by his talented son, Arman Wilson, as a South Brunswick Vikings basketball player, as well as other great players. 

COMET "22" will serve as a liaison among coaches, athletic directors , teachers and counselors, providing referrals and pertinent information. 

COMET "22"... nexus between the classroom and the court.

Please send comments to:
Stevonne Wilson, President
Arman Wilson, Youth Scout/Peer Mentor
Franklin W. Wilson, Jr., Honorary CEO

COMET "22" a New Jersey registered non-profit organization 

301 North Harrison Street, Suite 314
Princeton, New Jersey 08540

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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Congratulations to the Celtics, the 2008 NBA Champions

A special heartfelt congratulation to Paul Pierce on winning MVP...a talented player with unparalleled skills on the court, who played his entire career with the Celtics...through ups and downs, highs and lows, wins and losses, as Captain of the Celtics.  Pierce paved the way, with the assistance of his teammates, especially, Kevin G and Ray and coach, Glenn "Doc" Rivers, to win the championship.  A truly emotional and special performance, displayed by all.  I felt their thrill of victory, permeate my body, as tears of delight rolled down my face, knowing that my Franklin, a dedicatad Celtics fan, that idolized Paul Pierce, was not here to share the victory.  His desire for his favorite team to win the NBA championship, finally, has come to fruition.  Ironically, it's been 22 years since the Celtics won the championship title.  The number "22" has special significance, Franklin's birthday and Arman's jersey number.  Albeit, we were not present to celebrate their victory, his spirit and my dedication never wavered, watching every Celtic game as they excelled on the court, game by game, to win the ultimate reward, the NBA Championship.  The incomparable, talented and sensational Big "3" were phenomenal...congratulations on a well-deserved, well-earned and well-merited victory tonight.   Stevonne Wilson, President COMET

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