OBITUARY

Gregory Dale Wyatt

July 17, 1947September 13, 2020
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Gregory Dale Wyatt, age 73, of Grand Prairie, TX, passed away, peacefully, on Sunday, September 13, 2020. Greg was born on July 17th, of 1947, to Mary Virginia Meine and David Fulton Wyatt. During Greg’s life he was heavily involved in The Boy Scouts of America, in which he attained the rank of Eagle Scout, became a Brotherhood member of The Order of the Arrow, was a Scout Master and inspired his own son to follow in his footsteps to become an Eagle Scout, as well. In addition to Scouts, later, as an adult, Greg had a passion for storytelling and took part in Toastmasters International, where he rose to the level of Area Governor and was recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster several times, along with winning many contests, of which he was very proud to do so. He attended college at the University of Austin and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Arlington in Mathematics and went on to have a very prolific career in Tool Design with companies like T.I., Bell Helicopter, General Dynamics, Vought Aircraft and Triumph Aerospace Structures. Among many of the amazing programs he had the opportunity to be a part of, some of the most prestigious were: the V-22 Osprey and the Top Secret B-2 Stealth Bomber. Greg had the honor of meeting the most wonderful woman in the world, Cynthia Diane Shea, when the two were still in High School and got married a few short years later… only to finally be sealed together, in the Dallas Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with their children, later in life. Gregory has, and is survived by, a wonderful brother and sister, Anthony Marcus Wyatt and Margaret Wyatt Morrison, one surviving son, Christopher Daniel Wyatt, one daughter-in-law, Cara Sealey Nicole Harris Wyatt, five grandchildren, Brenden, McKenna, Chloe, Shea and Stephanie Wyatt, as well as many other loving family members and many friends. He is preceded in death by his amazing wife, Cynthia Diane, his mother, Mary Virginia Meine Hise, his father, David Fulton, and his other son, Steven Glen Wyatt. He will be remembered fondly and missed greatly until the day comes that he will see the rest of his family and friends again.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.moore-funeralhome.com for the Wyatt family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, September 20, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, September 21, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Monday, September 21, 2020

Memories

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Stephanie Wyatt

September 25, 2020

My papaw was a very caring men the moment he found out I was struggling math in 3rd grade he managed bought me a coloring book and flash cards that help more to pass. He would help others he loves including his own kids and grandkids. If seen the change how he show his love more to other and grow stronger. My pawpaw was very hard work man everytime he come home from work all his grandkids runs and say papaw and hug him. Even tho all of us grandkids drive him nuts runing playing alot I'm sure he was happy spending time with us as well. I never knew how deeply in love you was with mamaw until I found out you and mamaw secret. I'm happy you mamaw both dancing in the in the sky with your son. Rest easy papaw. I love you forever❤

Darlene Hubbard

September 19, 2020

I've know Greg for about 4 years. He was over the music at our church and I was called to be the Chorister in our Sacrament Services. He was also one of my Home Teachers. As I got to know him, I found out that his sweet wife, Diane, was in a nursing home in Arlington. I began to visit her and we became friends. Diane was a very special person who was going through some very difficult times. Greg was such a caring and loving person who loved his wife and family very much. And though he was working at the time, he faithfully visited Diane every day possible at least two times, followed by phone calls morning and night. He lost his beloved wife a couple of years ago and it was very hard on him. I feel very blessed having known them both and know they are now together, at peace. I pray for wonderful memories and blessings for their beautiful family and thank them for sharing all the wonderful pictures.

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Biography

Gregory Dale Wyatt, age 73, of Grand Prairie, TX, passed away, peacefully, on Sunday, September 13, 2020. Greg was born on July 17th, of 1947, to Mary Virginia Meine and David Fulton Wyatt. During Greg’s life he was heavily involved in The Boy Scouts of America, in which he attained the rank of Eagle Scout, became a Brotherhood member of The Order of the Arrow, was a Scout Master and inspired his own son to follow in his footsteps to become an Eagle Scout, as well. In addition to Scouts, later, as an adult, Greg had a passion for storytelling and took part in Toastmasters International, where he rose to the level of Area Governor and was recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster several times, along with winning many contests, of which he was very proud to do so. He attended college at the University of Austin and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Arlington in Mathematics and went on to have a very prolific career in Tool Design with companies like T.I., Bell Helicopter, General Dynamics, Vought Aircraft and Triumph Aerospace Structures. Among many of the amazing programs he had the opportunity to be a part of, some of the most prestigious were: the V-22 Osprey and the Top Secret B-2 Stealth Bomber. Greg had the honor of meeting the most wonderful woman in the world, Cynthia Diane Shea, when the two were still in High School and got married a few short years later… only to finally be sealed together, in the Dallas Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with their children, later in life. Gregory has, and is survived by, a wonderful brother and sister, Anthony Marcus Wyatt and Margaret Wyatt Morrison, one surviving son, Christopher Daniel Wyatt, one daughter-in-law, Cara Sealey Nicole Harris Wyatt, five grandchildren, Brenden, McKenna, Chloe, Shea and Stephanie Wyatt, as well as many other loving family members and many friends. He is preceded in death by his amazing wife, Cynthia Diane, his mother, Mary Virginia Meine Hise, his father, David Fulton, and his other son, Steven Glen Wyatt. He will be remembered fondly and missed greatly until the day comes that he will see the rest of his family and friends again.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.moore-funeralhome.com for the Wyatt family.

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