William Perry Wyatt

William Perry Wyatt was called home by his loving Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, July 6,
2022, his work here on earth is done. Perry was born August 25, 1937 to Rev. A. M. Wyatt and Leona
Toney in Rutherford County. He graduated from Harris High School.

Perry married his first love Bobbie G. Gilbert in 1958. Perry had a long and successful career with Dupont
retiring after 34 years as a Supervisor of the Finishing Area.

Perry was a loving Christian husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Perry always faithfully
supported his family and friends he loved unconditionally and was loved by many.
He attended Valley Hill Baptist Church for 30 years and was also a member of Calvary Baptist Mission
Church where he served as a deacon and treasurer at both. More recently he attended Mud Creek
Baptist Church in his last years.

Perry was greeted in Heaven by those who proceeded him in death, his loving wife Bobbie Gail Wyatt,
his parents Rev. A.M. Wyatt and Leona Wyatt, in-laws Clyde and Maude Gilbert, brother Jack Wyatt,
sisters Joann (Bobbie) Shytle, Mary (Bobby) Randall, Cindy (Clarence) Campbell, Christine Wyatt and
granddaughter Megan Elizabeth Wyatt.

He leaves to cherish his memory his three children Barbara (Pat) Bailey, Eddie (Dianna) Wyatt, Jeff
(Teena) Wyatt, grandchildren Justin (Moriya) Wyatt, Tiffany Cole, Cory Wyatt and great grandchild Silas
Wyatt and many nieces and nephews

After losing his first love, Perry was blessed to marry his childhood sweetheart Lucille Hood Wyatt who
also preceded him in death earlier this year. He was loved by her family who is also left to cherish his
memory her children Cecelia (Mike) Greenburg, Mitchell (Linda) Hood and their children and

A service to honor is his life will be held at 3 pm, Sunday, July 10, 2022 in the Chapel at Forest Lawn
Funeral Home, with family receiving friends at 2 pm.

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