Tyler Daniel Wilson, a man that is respected, loved, and looked up to by all – returned to his Heavenly Father on the 20th of November, 2021, at the age of 52, surrounded by his adoring wife and 3 loving children.
Born October 23rd, 1969 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Jay D. and Jamar Allen Wilson, Tyler was inquisitive from early childhood. Winning the National Honor of VICA competition of 1988, he has always loved working with his hands which inspired his career in Construction Management. After graduating from Bingham High School, South Jordan UT, in 1988 he dedicated two years of his life to serving the Lord. Tyler served his LDS Mission in the Birmingham, England Coventry Mission. From there, graduating from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Tyler propelled his career working for Okland Construction out of Salt Lake City, Utah for twenty years. Primarily working for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Tyler built; the Sacramento CA, Draper UT, Quirrh Mountain UT, and Fort Collins CO, temples, re-gilding the spires of the Washington D.C. Temple and remodeling the Los Angeles Temple. Not only did he build temples, he also built the BYU indoor practice facility, BYU Idaho Conference Center, and the Sundial Lodge in Park City. Following Okland Construction, Tyler relocated him and his family to Haymarket, Virginia to work for HITT Contracting. Here he worked at the National Capital receiving Top Secret Clearance to pursue working for the government. Tyler was then handpicked to help jumpstart and run Johnson Carlier, A Big D family of companies, located out of Tempe, Arizona. During his time at Johnson Carlier Tyler has combined his knowledge of church and state to construct, Moses Lake Washington and Willamette Oregon Temples, Amazon Pill Pak, car dealerships, Mohave County Courthouse, and several other successful projects. Building over 7 temples and 75+ Chapels Tyler’s dedication and hard work ethic made him the successful man that we have been privileged to know and care for. Tyler demanded respect and believed in people more than they believed in themselves.
Tyler’s legacy doesn’t stop at thirty-five years in the construction business, he was an adoring husband, father, grandfather, and mentor. In February of 2002, Tyler met his soulmate Dannielle and they were married and sealed for time and all eternity on the 16th of November 2002, in the Mount Timpanogos Temple. They have three beautiful children Ambria, Suaden, and Sierra who were raised and taught to be just as strong and dedicated as their parents. Tyler has always honored his wife by treating her with love, respect, adoration, and reverence. He cherished her, kept her safe, and out of harm’s way. He also knew how to be an amazing father. Raising his kids to love and respect others and to think for themselves. To stand for something. To help their fellow man. To always keep their options open. Although he was a man of few words, whenever he spoke, everyone always learned something new.
Tyler’s memory will not just live on with his family, it will live on in every building, life, and soul he has touched and made an impact on…
Tyler was preceded in death by his father Jay D. Wilson.
Tyler is survived by his beautiful wife, Dannielle. His fantastic children; Ambria Beal (Miguel), Suaden Rowland, Sierra-Ashley Wilson (Brennan). Cherished grandchildren; Brielle, Owen, Oliver, and Ophélie Beal. Mother: Jamar Allen Wilson. Siblings: Lane Wilson (Beverly), Vernarr Wilson (Anita), Colette Lloyd (Wally), Bart Wilson (Karla), Blythe Lee (Carl Cucco), Joyce Smith (Donal), Tricia Morrison (Troy), Levi Wilson (Carolina), Cherie Lewis (Scott).
Funeral Services are as follows;
Viewing, December 3rd from 5-8 pm.
Funeral, December 4th from 10-11:30 am.
Services will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -2424 N. Old Gilbert Road. Mesa, AZ 85213
Following the Funeral Services, the cemetery interment will be located at Gilbert Memorial Park -2100 E Queen Creek Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85297
Friends, family, and colleagues are welcome to come and support the family and pay their respects.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the “Tyler D. Wilson Family Memorial Fund” through the Wells Fargo Bank. Donations can be deposited in the bank or through Zelle using the email address: email@example.com.
Please note making donations inside the bank, the account name is “Tyler D. Wilson Family Memorial Fund” and will not be available until Tuesday, November 30th, 2021.