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John Michael Wyatt, 63, of Charleston, West Virginia died at his home February 22, 2016. He was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee January 11, 1953 to the late Franklin Ward and Lois Michaels Wyatt. Relocating to various places around the country, as a son to a Union Carbide Engineer, the family settled in Charleston, West Virginia. He attended West Virginia College with a Business degree and went on to become a Sales Representative for various freight companies. Following the footsteps of his favorite comedians, The Three Stooges, John could never go anywhere without causing a laugh. His humor was contagious and his stories were endless. He loved to work in the yard, read history and other subjects alike, and watch documentaries about practically anything. The biggest fan of the West Virginia Mountaineers you've ever seen, he supported his beloved state, "West-By-God-Virginia". A Beloved Father, Brother, and Son, he will be greatly missed. He is survived by his sons, James Boyce Wyatt and John Ward Wyatt of Fayetteville and Raleigh, North Carolina; sisters, Barbara Reynolds and her husband Larry of Williamsburg, Virginia, Patti Layne and her husband Mike of Sugarland, Texas, and Marti Wyatt of Morgantown, West Virginia; brother, Robert Wyatt and his wife Felicia of Dallas, Texas; nieces, Michelle and Katie Layne of Sugarland, TX, and Hollie Baker of Midwest City, Oklahoma; nephews Michael Lemaster of Midwest City, OK and Franklin Kerr of Christianburg, VA. A Celebration of Life memorial service will be held graveside in Parkton Cemetery, Parkton, North Carolina Sunday February 28, 2016 at 3:00 P.M. with the Reverends David Canady and Rob Price officiating. Local arrangements by McNeill Mackie Funeral Home of St. Pauls.
ELEGANCE AND SIMPLICITYSTANDING SPRAY was sent by Patti, Mike, Michelle and Kaitie Layne.Dearest John, You made us laugh so hard our sides would split. Life was one big story for you to tell and boy did you love to share stories. You selflessly cared for Mom and Dad as they grew less able to care for themselves. I think you'd be amazed at the outpouring of love and condolences from friends and family far and wide including the Tucson Michaels, Uravan, Colorado and your home town Charleston, WV. Your proudest joy was your sons and you missed them so. In loving remembrance, we will miss you beyond imagination. Your sister Patti, Mike, Michelle and Kaitie Layne
Patricia Layne Feb 25 2016 12:00 AM