It is with great sadness that TCG announces the passing of Lee Wilson of OnBoard Security, longtime TCG member and Chair of VPWG and TSS. . Lee passed away after a brief illness and is survived by his wife, Pamela; sister, Melissa Cole Star; and two nephews, Jake and Weston Cole.
A 33-year veteran of IBM who moved to OnBoard Security, Lee was an active presence in TCG for 11 years in a variety of roles, chairing some workgroups, providing essential contributions to others, and serving on the Board of Directors. He traveled the world to evangelize TCG’s message and to bridge the work of TCG’s marketing and technical workgroups. He worked tirelessly to develop new technologies based on TCG standards. He was the moving force behind the new TSS specification series and can be credited with the reinvigoration of the VPWG.
We are grateful for all Lee did to promote and contribute to TCG over the years. Lee will be sorely missed by his many TCG friends and collaborators.
You can find information about services and how you can honor Lee’s life at https://www.harrellfuneralhomes.com/obituaries/Lee-Wilson-4/#!/Obituary
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