Wesley Ray Wise

February 1, 1983June 25, 2019

Wesley Ray Wise was born on February 1, 1983 in Springfield, Missouri and passed away on June 25, 2019 in Deerfield Beach, Florida.


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Debbie Milligan

July 1, 2019

My heart breaks for you, Sally, Dan, Justin, Allison......... I remember Wes as that cute little guy hangin around all those football players. Praying that time will mend your broken hearts.

Dr. Marci Dowdy

July 1, 2019

I am so very very sorry. I was Wesley's counselor at Glendale High School in Springfield, MO. I remember him as a very kind soul. My condolences to his family.

Tyler Hellweg

June 29, 2019

I really wish I got the chance to say goodbye. I wish I could tell you about how much the time we spent together means to me.

You were clever, and interesting, and brave. It was a true feat and probably a violation of the laws of nature and time itself that we somehow fit a lifetime of memories into the years that we shared. It was real authentic magic. There's nothing in the world I would trade those years for.

It's been a while since we talked, but knowing that there won't be another time leaves an immeasurable, aching void. You are deeply loved and you are terribly missed. I'll see you on the other side one day ready for our next adventure.

Kristen Lewis Garrett

June 27, 2019

My first memories with you are in 3rd grade at Hickory Hills. You were my first boyfriend and we would hold hands to walk to our student council meetings together. At 14 I remember us talking on the phone all night and you would have your phone cord stretched as far as it would go while you sat in the closet to talk to me so your mom wouldn’t hear you (she would always come in though eventually to tell you to get off the phone and go to bed). So many memories after that into our 20’ were a hilarious person that brought so many great memories and so much joy when you were around. I wish you didn’t deal with the demons you had and understood how much you were truly loved. And I wish I would have checked in on you more recently, but I thought (wrongfully) I had time to do that. I really can’t believe you’re gone. My heart breaks for your family and your adorable little boy you have left behind. I’m praying for all of them and I will never forget the times we had together.
Love, Kristen

Bert Kelling

June 27, 2019

You were such a great friend to me! My life would not be what it is today without the experiences and lessons we learned together. You were such a funny and energetic force that everyone noticed the minute you set foot in a place. Making friends was easy for you and in that way you lived life being loved by everyone around you. I will miss you terribly and regret not being able to have one last laugh. I know we will meet again someday. Love you bro.