Kenneth Edward Wyman
September 21, 1944 – May 8, 2018
Kenneth Edward Wyman 73 of Hanna City passed away on May 8, 2018 at home. He was born to John William and Sophie Helene (Amaral) Wyman on September 21, 1944 in Newport, RI. Kenneth spent his early youth in RI and eventually settled with his parents in the Peoria area. He served as a proud Marine from 1963 to 1967. Upon his return he began his career in the commercial roofing business. He eventually owned and operated Wyman Roofing and Sheet Metal INC. Retiring in December of 2017. Kenneth had a strong commitment to quality and excellence in his workmanship and attention to detail. This earned him the Carlisle Perfection Award five years in a row. The award is presented to the top five percent of the roofing companies in the country. On July 19, 2008 he married the love of his life Dawn who was his perfect equal in strength and personality. Their favorite journey each year was their return to Newport, Rhode Island. He was the quintessential Portuguese fisherman. He cherished his time on the water whether a lake or on the ocean. He had a linear way of thinking and could solve most any problem. He loved spending time maintaining his yard and home. He was a huge fan of John Wayne and was very proud of his dark hair. Kenneth was especially fond of his miniature schnauzer Darby. The greatest joys of his life, were his children and grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Dawn, his sons Blake (Nicole) Wyman, Kort Wyman, daughters Marnie (Rich) Houlihan, and Holli (Kurt) Winckler, Lillian Barrett, and his brother Cecil (Diane) Wyman. Also survived are his grandchildren; Tanner, Dalton, Victoria, Natalie, Madison, Jessica, Christopher, Breanna, Gracie, Sophia, Benjamin, Sophie, Keyan, and Callia Jayne. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday May 15, 2018 12:00 pm at United Methodist Church in Bartonville with a visitation being held an hour prior, will be officiated by Rev. Nick Jordan. A private burial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Wounded Warriors. For more information please visit www.DavisonFultonBartonville.com
- John William Wyman, Father
- Sophie Helene (Amaral) Wyman, Mother
- Dawn (Stufflebeam) Wyman, Wife
- Blake (Nicole) Wyman, Son
- Kort Wyman, Son
- Marnie (Rich) Houlihan, Daughter
- Holli (Kurt) Winckler, Daughter
- Lillian Barrett, Daughter
- Cecil (Diane) Wyman, Brother
- Tanner, Dalton, Victoria, Natalie, Madison, Jessica, Christopher, Breanna, Gracie, Sophia, Benjamin, Sophie, Keyan, and Callia Jayne ~, Grandchildren
- ~ Darby, Kenneth's Miniature Schnauzer
- The greatest joys of Kenneth's life, were his children and grandchildren.
- the Wounded Warriors
- Visitation Tuesday, May 15, 2018
- Funeral Service Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Kenneth Edward Wyman
May 29, 2018
My big brother has passed away, but he will not be forgotten by the people who truly loved him. I have known him all of my life better than anyone. I knew his thoughts, his dreams, and all of the people in his life, past and present, that he loved, and the ones who really meant something to him.
My brother was very smart, and if he had not been forced to leave college after our father suffered a heart attack, he would have graduated from the U of I with honors. While he was always trying to portray the John Wayne tough-guy image, he actually was a very generous man with the biggest heart of any man I have known. The only exception is the greatest man I ever knew, our father. I know that he is now with our parents on our grandfather's farm in Rhode Island. As children, it was the closest thing to heaven we knew. The Wyman Family wishes to thank everyone for their many expressions of caring.
May 14, 2018
To Cecil and Diane Wyman, Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. Dusty and I will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
May 12, 2018
Wyman Roofing was the roofing contractor on two jobs that I ran for P.J.Hoerr. Ken was always good to work with and his firm could be counted on to be prompt, competent and timely. He was good to work with because he and his firm cared about the job and it showed.