Marvin Wyatt  May 9 1952  August 30 2018

Marvin Wyatt May 9 1952 August 30 2018

Obituary for Marvin Wyatt Wyatt, Marvin of Cedar Hill was born May 8th, 1952 in Annapolis, Missouri to Lee and Mae Wyatt. Marvin entered into rest on August 30th, 2018 at his residence at the age of 66. He is preceded in death by his parents and his wife Barb. He is survived by his children, Amy and Dylan, and their spouses. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren and extended family and friends. Marvin was as stubborn as the bricks he laid. He didn’t like crowds or much fuss made over him. He did love being witty, poking fun, and stirring the pot. He was always confused about nacho cheese and would ask, “Well who’s cheese is it then?” Marvin loved his dogs Chiquita, Eddie, Stitch, and Bear. A memorial gathering will be held at Chapel Hill Mortuary in Cedar Hill, Missouri on Wednesday, September 5th, from 3pm until 7pm. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Marvin’s name to Camp Chaos Dog Rescue at www.campchaospuppyrescue.org or adopt a stray. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Marvin Wyatt please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Marvin Wyatt May 9 1952 August 30 2018.

Chapel Hill Mortuary Inc

Death notice for the town of: Cedar Hill, state: Missouri

death notice Marvin Wyatt May 9 1952 August 30 2018

obituary notice Marvin Wyatt May 9 1952 August 30 2018

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