Brogan Matthew Thoms-Wilson, 21, of Brentwood TN, passed away on May 10, 2022. Brogan was the son of Scott Wilson and Gina Thoms-Means and was born in LeMars, IA on Dec. 11th, 2000. Brogan attended Gehlen Catholic School in LeMars until relocating to Brentwood, TN in 2017. Brogan attended Franklin Road Academy where he was a standout athlete in multiple sports, especially football. Brogan graduated from FRA in 2019 and continued his education and passion for football at Austin Peay State University. In August 2021, Brogan transferred to Iowa Central to continue his education and pursue football.
Brogan was always full of life, with an infectious smile and an unmatched energy that would brighten any room. He had an innate ability to create meaningful relationships almost instantaneously. If you knew Brogan, you likely remember how quickly your relationship developed with him. Brogan loved his family; Brogan loved your family; Brogan loved everyone. The only interest Brogan did not have was sitting at home alone. Instead, he enjoyed sports, cars, lake days, skiing, and hunting and fishing, especially with his Uncle Kyle. Most of all, he loved spending time with his brothers and sisters.
Brogan was preceded in death by Marita Shearon (great grandmother), Mike Shearon(cousin), Richard and Shirley Hare(grandparents).
Brogan is survived by a very large family. His parents Scott Wilson and Gina Thoms-Means, stepparents Rachel Wilson and Michael Means, his oldest brother Brayton Wilson (24), his younger sisters Emily Wilson (17) and Amiah Means (12), and his youngest brother TJ Means (9). Brogan is also survived by multiple sets of grandparents, uncles, aunts, and many cousins.
Celebration of Brogan
Saturday, May 21,2022, 11am-12:30pm
Franklin Road Academy - High School Gym
4700 Franklin Pike Nashville, TN 37220
Visitation to follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens 1-3pm
(please note this is approximately a 30 minute drive from FRA)
9090 Highway 100
Nashville, TN 37221
Burial at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens 3:30pm
Additional Visitation Thursday, May 19, 2022, 4-8pm at Harpeth Hills
For those wishing to send donations in lieu of flowers a GoFundMe page has been set up to benefit the Sports Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee