Stanley Montgomery Wyatt, Sr. passed away Monday, August 22, 2022 in San Antonio, TX. at the age of 68. He was born November 07, 1953 in Petersburg, Virginia to Lillian and Andrew Wyatt.

In Stanley’s younger years he served in the United States Airforce and was a Heating Systems Specialist.  He was an overall great guy to all who crossed his path.  Stanley was passionate about the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Stanley loved spending time with his family. He was a wonderful father and grandfather.

He leaves behind to cherish his loving memory his sons, Daniel Trevino, Stanley Wyatt, Jr.; grandchildren, Kayla, Jolean, Jacob, Jazlyn, Nicholas, Mariacruz; brothers, Andrew, Byron, AC Thomas; sister, Marcia and mother of his children, Ofelia C. Wyatt. He will be truly missed by all who knew him.

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  1. CandleImageTo my brother and best friend. Thank you for not only loving but trusting me to share in your transition. I told you “I got you” and I did until the Lord said, “I’ve got you now”. You will be missed in the physical but I arty you in my heart and mind! This is not good bye but “SEE YOU LATER”. LOVE YOU and MISSING YOU MUCH.

    Your Sister, Marcia

    • You will be missed in the physical but I carry you in my heart and mind! This is not good bye but “SEE YOU LATER”. LOVE YOU and MISSING YOU MUCH.

  2. Dear Stanley I know you are in heaven and can hear me. It has been so long since we have seen each other but my love for our families and cousins have always remained strong. Your mom and dad helped raise us all as did my mother Willette Sims and those aunts uncles and grandparents that have gone before us. I often think about your dad popping up at our home in Chester and cutting the grass and your mom being at mom and dads helping my dad with clients during tax season. Great memories. The family has always been loving and helpful to all. Wish we could have spent more time together. I wish peace and love for you and your family forever. Much love your cousin Vanessa.

  3. ✝️❤️🙏 Love and Condolences to the Wyatt Family. You’re in The Thoughts and Prayers of many at this difficult time 💔

  4. CandleImageStanley, I have missed you all the year that you have been away from Virginia. Coming to Aunt Lillian’s house was never the same without you there. You and I always seemed to be close and I’ll miss that. I hat that no one informed me of your passing, but God has another strong soldier by His side. We’ll meet again on the other side some day and I hope you’ll greet me with loving arms.
    Your loving cuz,
    Sandra

  5. CandleImageStanley

    You are in a better place now. You will always be a part of our history. We grew up with you by our side. May God grant you peace.

  6. The Wyatt Family has my Sincere Condolences Stanley was my classmate Petersburg High Class 1972 and neighbor of Westview praying for your family Sheraldine Williams Bland

  7. CandleImageTo: Andrew, Marcia, Byron and family.  When I saw Andrew on Saturday, I was shocked when he shared that Stanley had passed.  Please know that you have my condolences.  I pray that you find peace and comfort in all the wonderful memories you carry with you.  I know I have many fond memories of us as kids growing up next door to each other, Stanley and I graduating from Petersburg High, Class of ’72 ….so many memories.  Praying for each of you,

  8. CandleImageDear Stanley, thank you for all that you have taught me over the years. I remember when I first got to shop in 2003, after joining the Air Force and Lackland was my first duty assignment. I was only 19 years old, but you immediately took me under your wing for some reason, and I really appreciated it, and still do to this day. You took me on my very first boiler assignment, and you were impressed of how I did with it, being my first time. I can go on and on with the memories, it’s just crazy that I’m almost 40 now, and I couldn’t even buy a beer when I started working in the shop. Lol….but rest well Stan, you will be truly missed, and I will continue to listen to the smooth jazz genre, that you put me on, and I’ve been hooked every since since! Rest well uncle Stan, and I’ll see you later on the other side…

  9. CandleImageStanley, I too meet you when I was 19 and first came to the military. You were a great boiler Tech and I learned a lot from you. Not only did you teach me about my job but also some important life skills. I still have the smoker you make me and the great memories of having some beer and shooting the shit at your place. I remember you having so much leave that your last year you called in Monday, Tuesday came in half a day Wednesday and called in again Thursday and Friday for a year straight lol. You will be missed and your teaching will be passed from the people you taught to the individuals we teach. I’ll sure we’ll meet again, just have coffee ready for me.
    Steven Potter

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