Russell Gene Wyatt

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Russell Wyatt, 58, of Asheville, died Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at Mission Hospital. A native of Baumholder, Germany, he was a son of the late Clarence and June Wyatt. He was also preceded in death by sister Donna June and brother Walter George. Surviving are his wife, Vena Wyatt; daughter, Sarah Joyner; son, Adam Wyatt; grandson, Jayden Moore; sisters, Ivy Wyatt, Gail Wyatt and Christine Duckett; brothers Terry and Skip Wyatt; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services for Mr. Wyatt will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Friday at Green Hills Cemetery, with the Rev. Tony Hooper officiating. The family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Friday at Groce Funeral Home, Patton Ave., prior to the service.

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  1. To the Family of Russell Wyatt. It has been so many years since we were neigh or, but I still remember all the fun that we shared, playing on the hill. I am so sorry that now you have buried multiple siblings. I can imagine how hard that is. To Russell, go rest high on that Mountain. Kay Smith

  2. Many good time with the Goose, riding bicycles all over the neighborhood, playing foolsballl a playworld,going to school together, stayovers,fights and playing in the back yard, camp outs and going to VBS at Clayton Ave FWB Church…May God bless and comfort your family in this time of need.

  3. To the Wyatt: I remember all of you growing up on ‘Pea Ridge’ playing with my kids. May God bless each and everyone of you. Prayers for you all.

  4. Vena I Am So Sorry For Your Loss Of You Husband You Are In My Prayers God Bless You And All Your Family Love You My Friend Rolenia

  5. I am saddened that I just today found out about Goose passing. I am so sad that the Wyatt family has lost another sibling and hate that I was unable to come to funeral. Vena, I am so very sorry for your and the children’s loss. Goose was always nice to me and had a smile on his face back when we all were playing fossball at Westgate game room.

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