Rollon O. Wilson\nBorn November 11, 1944 died October 4, 2017\nRolley was born in Buhl, Idaho, November 11, 1944 to Woodrow and Sarah E. (O'Neal) Wilson. The family moved around until permanently establishing a home in the Kooskia area around 1960. He joined the Navy in 1962 then returned to the Kooskia area where he worked as a cowboy, a logger, a mechanic and truck driver. He crisscrossed the U.S. as a long-haul trucker and had stories to go with nearly every state. He was also part of the first class to graduate in the Diesel Mechanics program at LCSC.\nHe was married a short time to Diane and had a son. He later married Patricia for twenty two years and five children. Then married Mary Ellen in which they later divorced.\nRolley was outgoing and outspoken, and well liked wherever he went. Family was always important to him. He used to hunt and camp and always looked forward to the adventures with his kids and grandkids.\nRolley is will be greatly missed by his kids Tom Finnell (Cathy), Scott Wilson (Leslie), Patrick Wilson (Laura), Rolley Eugene Wilson, and Kathren Wilson (Pete), 15 grandkids, several great grandkids, his sister Doris Oswold, brother Ronnie Wilson (Geraldine), and his many friends.\nHe was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Acey, George, and Pat; sisters Christine and Virginia; daughter Doris (Wilson) Crocker Cochran.\nThere will be a graveside service Monday, October 9 at 10:00AM at Pine Grove Cemetery in Kooskia, Idaho and a dinner following at the Kooskia Community Center.