Todd Wilson

Todd Wilson

Todd William Wilson died at his home on June 11. His family provided the following.

Todd was born Aug. 21, 1961, in San Bernardino, California, to Marvin and Patsy. Growing up in California, Todd was active in sports, playing football and baseball and running track.

The Wilson family moved to Jackson in June 1973. Todd continued playing sports all through junior high and high school. He graduated from Jackson Hole High School in 1979.

After working for various plumbing companies for several years,. Todd had an opportunity to start a new company in 1987. That summer, Mechco Inc. was started. With Mechco, Todd worked on many projects in the Jackson area including homes, hotels, schools, the Rec Center and the hospital. At times Mechco had more than 100 employees.

Todd became a father later in life. His son, William, was born in February 2014. Todd was a happy and proud daddy. William was the light of his life.

Todd was preceded in death by his father, Marvin Wilson (1986), and nephew Douglas Lawson-Wilson (1997).

He is survived by his son, William Sebastian, mother Patsy Wilson-Brocnik, sister Marlene (Ed Andersen) Wilson, brother Damon (Julie) Wilson and nephews Joseph Wilson and Kyle Wilson.

Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole. Masks will be required for everyone attending.

If for whatever reason you are not able or comfortable attending in person, please tune in to a livestream of Todd’s memorial service on the church’s YouTube channel. Go to YouTube.com and type “Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole” in the search field, and it will take you to the church’s channel. The livestream will automatically come up when the service goes live.

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