Jeffery J. Wilson, age 66, of Kewaskum, Wisconsin, passed away Wednesday, February 22, 2023 at Aurora Health Center in Grafton, WI due to complications of lingering illnesses.

He was born in Milwaukee, WI on November 11, 1956; son of Phillip and Judith Bishop Wilson.

In 1985, Jeff moved to Kewaskum.  He worked for many years doing auto body repair and referred to himself as a “body man”.  He loved muscle cars and was very proud of his work.  Russ Darrow and Raymond’s in Cedarburg were a few of his places of employment, amongst others throughout the area.   

His kids and grandkids meant the world to Jeff.  He was the kind of guy who would do anything for anyone.  He loved talking and his voice could be heard over anything else going on. 

Jeff enjoyed a good game of pool, classic rock of the 1970’s and 80’s and watching the Packers with family and friends. 

He is survived by his children Jeffery Wilson of Fond du Lac, Jamie (Dale) Janus of Hartford and Jennifer (Christopher) Thomas of Saukville; eight grandchildren Breanna, Brooke, Tessa, Cody, Cole, Blake, Myles and JD; great-grandson Carsyn; his sisters Pam and Leslie, his brothers Scott, Buddy and Billy, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Jeff is preceded in death by his parents, his infant sister Sheila and his brother Marty, his best friend Steve Schrank and Steve’s son Stevie Schrank. 

Funeral services will be held at 3PM Saturday, March 4, 2023 at the POOLE FUNERAL HOME, 203 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington, WI.  Family will receive relatives and friends from 1-3PM Saturday prior to services.  A luncheon and fellowship will be held at the Landt-Thiel American Legion Post 470, 601 W. Dekora Street, Hwy 33, Saukville, WI after services.



  1. I will miss our talks at thanksgiving! And of course the beans and bacon only as I grew to like that request you had every thanksgiving ! So sorry for all your pain in the last few years ! But you are pain free and I know you will be watching your family , from above! Wally snd I are glad to have gotten to know you over the years!
    RIP my friend!

  2. To my brother, Jeff. You were bigger than life and I looked up to you so much even though I was a year older. You would do anything for your family and friends. I loved your laugh, you’d start to tell a joke and you couldn’t finish it because you would be laughing so hard. I knew I could count on you to help me with anything and there were times that you did. I know you loved your kids so much. I will truly miss you. I loved you so much!
    Your sister, Pam

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