David T. Wilson was elected to his third term in November of 2020 and proudly represents the 66th House District which includes Bethlehem, Litchfield, Morris, Warren, and Woodbury.
For the 2021 and 2022 legislative sessions, Rep. Wilson will serve once again as the Ranking Member on the Aging Committee, and will also serve on the legislature’s Environment, and Appropriations Committees.
Rep. Wilson is a Litchfield Native and is a retired independent Financial Advisor after over 40 years in private practice. He served as the Town of Litchfield’s Treasurer for 30 years and was instrumental in establishing the town’s Capital Improvement Committee and Five-year Capital Plan. He served on the Board of Directors of Litchfield Bancorp for 26 years with experience on the Executive, Audit, Finance Committees and was Chair of the OREO Committee.
Rep. Wilson is a graduate of Litchfield High School, studied Business Administration at Northwestern Connecticut Community College and studied industry courses at The American College. He held memberships in the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, the Financial Planning Association and Society of Financial Services Professionals. He received the National Quality Award and qualified as a member of the Million Dollar Round Table. He held the FINRA Series 6, 26, 63 & 65 licenses, Life, Health and Variable Products Licenses.
Rep. Wilson has served the community in many capacities including: The Board of Trustees of Center Congregational Church, a Volunteer Fireman with the East Litchfield Volunteer Fire Co, Past Treas. of the Litchfield Vol. Ambulance Co., past President and Treasurer of the Litchfield-Morris Rotary Club, past Treasurer of the Litchfield-Morris Rotary’s Educational Endowment Fund, past Director and Treasurer of Child and Family Services NW, past Trustee & Treasurer of Oliver Wolcott Library and a past Director and Campaign Chair of the Torrington Area United Way, past Director and Treasurer of the Goshen Players and currently is a Director & Treasurer of the VNA Northwest Board.
He served in the United States Coast Guard from 1967-1972 and was honorably discharged as an AM-2.
Rep. Wilson and his wife, Lynne have five children and nine grandchildren. They both are deeply rooted in northwestern Connecticut and are committed to their community.