Chad and Brandi Wilson Death – On the 13th of September 2022, 42-year-old Brandi Michelle Wilson and 42-year-old Chad Allen Wilson both from Wichita Falls, passed away in a tragic plane accident. According to an obituary by TimesRecordNews, Chad was born on February 8, 1980 to Jack and Pam Wilson in Amarillo, Texas. He spent his early childhood years in Pampa, Texas before moving to Wichita Falls where he attended Rider High School and played golf.
Chad Wilson Obituary
Reports states that Chad graduated in the class of 1997 and had many different interests. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, frequently found to be doing these activities with his sons and friends and had a passion for flying. His friend of 30 years, Jason Creacy, described him as the best family man he has ever known. Chad and Brandi were friends in high school and later connected in their early twenties. They were married on April 26, 2003 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Reports added that the couple started a life together in Wichita Falls where they raised their four children and built a successful business, Wilson Contracting, which is celebrating 15 years this October. Chad was preceded in death by his mother, Pam Wilson.
Brandi Wilson Obituary
According to an obituary by TimesRecordNews, Brandi was born on April 27, 1980 to Gary and Susan Freudiger in Shattuck, Oklahoma. She grew up in Wichita Falls and attended Rider High School and was an officer in FFA where she showed pigs and heifers and played soccer. She graduated in the class of 1998, and then went on to graduate from Vernon College with a Business Associate Degree. Most notably, Brandi volunteered for Holliday ISD for nearly ten years. Brandi was preceded in death by her father, Gary Freudiger.
Chad and Brandi are survived by their parents Jack Wilson and Susan Freudiger; their children Taylor Morgan, Colton Chad, Carli Michelle, and Caden Marshall; and their siblings and nephews Curtis, Rosa, Cameron, and Tanner Wilson, and Trey, Kelli, Branson, and Bauer Burney. Memorials may be made to Harvest Food Ministry, Holliday ISD PTO, or Hospice of Wichita Falls.
Dana Price Bobbitt wrote in tribute to the couple; “We sadly and unexpectedly lost my cousin Brandi Wilson and her husband Chad to a terrible personal plane accident yesterday. She was 3 years younger than me and more like a sister and best friend. I am angry at the loss and all the things that they will miss out on with thier 4 wonderful kids and events we will miss them at, but I am at peace knowing she is in heaven and reunited with her dad (my uncle Gary) and I will see her again one day. This was her snap chat post from just before they left on their flight yesterday morning. I know where she is!”
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