Jeffery Alan Wilson

January 10, 1964December 21, 2018
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Jeffery Alan Wilson, age 54, of Arnold, Missouri passed away on Friday, December 21, 2018. Jeffery was born January 10, 1964 in Saint Louis, Missouri to Susan (nee Williams) Wilson and Dave Wilson.

Jeff is survived by his wife, Nannette Wilson; sons David (Annalyse) and Jeremy (Sydney); father Dave Wilson and mother Susan Wilson; brother Scott Wilson; and the Regna family, of which he was a beloved member.

Jeff was preceded in death by; grandfather Bill Williams, and grandmother Virgie Williams.

Jeff was diagnosed with MS in 1990 and battled with the disease throughout the remainder of his life, and was able to stay strong and fully independent until his final days. He loved his family, being outdoors, and figuring out the latest technology. He was an inspiration to the people in his life and he will be missed by many.

A memorial visitation for Jeff will be held Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home, 1081 Jeffco Blvd, Arnold, Missouri 63010.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Jeff's memory may be made to or the MS Society, 12125 Woodcrest Executive Drive, Suite 320, St. Louis, Mo. 63141, in honor of Jeff.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Wilson family.


  • Bill Williams, Grandfather
  • Virgie Williams, Grandmother
  • Dave Wilson, Father
  • Susan Wilson, Mother
  • Nannette Wilson, Wife
  • David (Annalyse) Wilson, Son
  • Jeremy (Sydney) Wilson, Son
  • Scott Wilson, Brother
  • Regna Family, Beloved Family
  • Jeff was a beloved son-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend to many.

  • MS Society


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, January 19, 2019

Jeffery Alan Wilson

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Jeannine Strathman Moore

January 19, 2019

I am so sorry to miss the memorial today. The weather is keeping me home. Jeff was always one of the nice guys in school. I remember him when we were kids and my parents to us to Bills Cafe. We always seen Jeff and Scott running around. I graduated with Jeff and his wife.

Kathy (Ward) Wisor

January 16, 2019

My sincere sympathies to Nanette and family. Jeff and I were very close as kids growing up in church together. Many good times at Bill and Virgies house and cafe. Jeff was a great guy and I am sure your loss is great.

Randall Walters

January 10, 2019

Sue, my sympathies to you and your family.

I remember that when I was in college, Dad took your boys and me on a float trip. I must have been about 18 at the time (I'm 62 now). I don't remember which one was with me in my canoe. But I do remember that we had rapids we failed to navigate and wound up in the water repeatedly.

And I remember seeing a rapid ahead of us and having a strong expectation that we would be in the water again. But over that rapid, there was a tree branch with a snake draped over the branch hanging just over the water.

That snake was motivation. And the motivation was to stay out of the water beneath that snake. We made it! That was one rapid that we successfully navigated!

I can't imagine your pain losing a son. I have three children and 6 grandchildren. My prayers are with you.

Randall Walters