Chase Mitchell (Gilligan) Wilson, 14, of Fort Dodge, passed away Sunday, March 10, 2013 at his home.

Funeral service will be 10:30 AM Friday, March 15th at First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Austin D. Hill officiating. Graveside services will be 10:00 AM Saturday March 16th at Corpus Christi Cemetery. A visitation will be 3:00 to 8:00 PM Thursday at Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home.

Chase is survived by his parents, Mitch and Jessica Wilson Gilligan of Fort Dodge; brothers, Cameron and Caiden Gilligan both at home; grandparents, Cynthia and Keith Holtgrewe of Bellevue, NE; great-grandfather, Harry (Barbara) Hughes of Fort Dodge; great-grandma, Josephine Thompson of Fort Dodge; uncles, Monty J. Gilligan; Mark (Erika) Gilligan; Daniel (Karen) Gilligan; Kevin Gilligan; Marty (Crystal) Gilligan; and Jordan Wilson; aunts, Cindy Westfall and Colleen (Frank) Hubert; special aunts, Kim, Marci, and Shelly; great-great-aunt, Maxine Vannoni; close cousin, Mylea Rork; numerous other cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Joseph and Pat Jackowell; grandfather, Roger Gilligan; grandma, Barabara Gilligan; and great-grand- mother, Bernice Hughes, and great-grandfather, Clyde Wilson.

Chase Mitchell Wilson was born August 9, 1998 in Fort Dodge. He attended Riverside Elementary, Fair Oaks and Philips Middle Schools. He currently was a freshman attending Fort Dodge Senior High School. Riding his bike and hanging out with friends were typical for Chase. His dog, “Raider” couldn’t get enough of him. When he wasn’t hunting or fishing with his dad or eating his beloved mom’s cooking, Chase would be playing sports or games; and he was an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan. He loved spending time with his little brothers playing Nerf Guns and had a special bond with his grandma, Barb. Chase loved Harry Potter and Hunger Games book series, loved watching movies and his favorite new show was Duck Dynasty. Chase’s smile could melt the world. He will be sadly missed by his Dad, Mom, and Brothers forever; and all who loved him. Chase had a huge heart; he loved his friends and classmates with all his heart.

A Memorial Fund has been established at Wells Fargo Bank in memory of Chase Gilligan Wilson.