Michael Wyatt, 73, of Lee’s Summit, MO, passed away on December 28, 2020.
Michael was born August 12, 1947 in Providence, Rhode Island. Second son of Floyd and Agnes Wyatt of Esmond. His brothers are Wesley of Chepachet, RI; Steven of Harrisonville, RI and Sister, Kathy Proto of Providence, RI. Brother, Richard of Salt Lake City, UT passed.
Michael is a veteran of the US Navy and served in Vietnam. He worked many jobs, Delco Battery, Kraft Foods and MCI Trucking before working for Lipton Tea and retiring in 2005.
Michael loved camping, boating, fishing, hunting and reading. His love of politics made him always ready to discuss world events. He loved to get you to laugh. He was very self-reliant and always did things himself. Deep thinker and ambition were his trademark. His goal in life was to solve problems and have the answers. He always wanted to leave the world a better place than how he found it. He was firm, fair and consistent and wanted to be remembered for that. John 3:16 was his favorite bible verse.
He leaves behind his wife, Ann, of the home, Sons; Jeremy Wyatt (Tamara) of Palmdale, CA and Bryant Panek (Karla) of Dallas, TX; Daughter, Melissa Hanes (James) of Pleasant Hill, MO; Grandchildren, Joshua Hanes (Christina), Justin Hanes (Tyler), Ana Hanes, Ela Hanes, Kyle Panek and Samantha Panek; 2 Great-Grandchildren, Aria Hanes and Coraline Hanes.
Till we meet again; I will keep the coffee hot and the beer cold.
Mike was one of a kind!
Our sincere condolences to family & extended family.
Mike, my first cousin. His father and my mother are siblings. Memories when we were little people bonding forever. My siblings (Drummond) Shirley, Teddie Sue, George Lee, and Jackie Lou. God bless your family
Till we meet again brother ? You will be in my thoughts and prayers everyday ?
You will be sorely missed Uncle Mike. Condolences to Ann, Jeremy, Melissa, Kathy, Wes, my Dad TY and the rest or the family…tell Richard and your parents hello and we’ll see you in the long run! Much love and prayers from us in Montana to everyone in Uncle Mike’s life.
Dear Annie, please accept my condolences in the passing of your beloved husband, Mike. May he rest in God’s loving arms, Amen. I was so glad to have been able to meet you and Mike when you came to visit Donna and Patrick in R.I.
RIP cousin. You all be missed but wonderful memories remain. Especially at Glasgow MO and Providence RI as kids.
I was saddened to hear the news of Michael’s passing. Michael always took the time to visit my parents Stephen and Cathy Smith when he was in the area which speaks to what was important to him, Family.
I will keep your family and Michael in my thoughts and prayers
So very sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. Please accept our most sincere condolences for your loss. May the memories of your lives together offer peace and comfort and sustain you in this difficult time.
Love and Blessings,
Nancy and Bob
My sincere condolences to Annie, Melissa and Jeremy. I am so glad I got to see Mike when he came out to Montana. TY and Mike got to spend some quality time together. TY will be forever grateful for those memories.
So sorry to hear about Mike’s passing. You and your entire family are in our thoughts at this very difficult time.
To Ann and all of Michael’s children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren – We extend our sincerest sympathy. May you feel God’s grace carrying you through these difficult days of grief and loss. Many prayers and much love are extended to you from Pennsylvania. Love, The Hoyer Family
Dear Annie. Very sorry about Mike’s passing. He will be missed. We had fun when you both came to visit and stayed here with us. We will keep in touch and praying for you during this difficult time. Sending love and prayers
I remember meeting Michael when you were baptized. James and I enjoyed both of you very much that day and knew you both were blessed to have each other.
I’m so sorry for your loss, Annie. You and your family are in our prayers.
Love you, Mickie McNeely
Wipe away every tear and comfort our hearts, dear God. Give us relief from our distress and fill our hearts with great joy. Overshadow us with your presence that we may be joyful as we celebrate a life well-lived. Cover us under your canopy of love and peace.
Dedicated to a man of strength and dignity who was taken too soon from us.