Thursday, January 12, 2023

Obituary - Brian Eugene Wyman

Brian Wyman of Belton Missouri passed away in his home Wednesday, January 4th, 2023 at the age of 44. He was born May 3, 1978, in Kansas City, Missouri to Jim Wyman and Nancy Wyman (Friend).

He graduated from Raytown South High School before continuing his education at Electronics Institute. He worked with his father Jim, and two older brothers, Clint and Jimmy Wyman doing tile for many years before finally joining Nova Tech as a manufacturing technician in 2000.

Brian was a dutiful and loving man who adored his family. Brian wholeheartedly loved his parents and brothers like no one else. He couldn’t have loved a father, mother, or siblings more. He took as much pride in his family as they took in him, which was immeasurable.

Along with being a loving son and brother, Brian was an adoring husband as well. After years of companionship, Brian and Chrissy Wyman (Wells) became officially married on March 25, 2022. This brought love full circle from their first date on Valentine’s day 2015. Brian and Chrissy’s fondness of each other dates back even further as the two shared many years of memories together even before that first date. 

Their family together was complemented with Chrissy’s three children: Catilynn, Breanna, and Ethan from a prior marriage. Brian and Chrissy’s relationship proves that love will always find a way and two people meant to be together will be.

Brian loved family and friends more than anything, but he still held room in his heart for some favorite hobbies such as bowling, the Royals, Chiefs, BBQ, and fireworks. Brian would spend so many nights perfecting his bowling game and sharing spirited stories of his high scores with everyone, and it felt like you were there on the lanes with him when he spoke. As far as sports teams went The Royals and Chiefs were it, plain and simple. Games were not to be missed and conversations of past glory were had again and again. 

When he wasn’t at the games or bowling, he would be spending hours smoking the perfect meat to enjoy with his family and friends. Nothing would come in his way when it came time to smoke or grill. Feeding his family and friends until there wasn’t any room left was what he was all about. 

Fireworks would also put him in a good mood as it would walk him down memory lane of times shared with his brothers that held such a sacred place in his heart. It would seem the bigger the boom the bigger the smile on Brian’s face.

Brian is predeceased by his father Jim, his older sister Jenny, and his older brother Jimmy. He shines his love of his family down on those he is survived by, his mother Nancy Wyman and older brother Clint Wyman from Raytown MO, wife Chrissy Wyman and stepchildren, Catilynn, Breanna, and Ethan from Belton MO, Aunts and Uncles, many cousins and so many friends. The lives he has touched has made the world a more loving place because of him.

There will be a celebration of life honoring Brian Wyman Sunday January 15th at 2:00 pm at The Irish Pub House 6332 Raytown Road.

Donations and memorials are suggested by Brian’s wife Chrissy to help cover the cost of services for his cremation. Catilynn Fowler has created a go fund me page in Brian Wyman’s name.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Wyman family.

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