John Rick Anderson, BBA ’90, passed away on August 16, 2018 at Collier Hospice in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. John was born in Greeley and moved to Glenwood Springs when he was in elementary school. While living in Glenwood, he quickly developed a love for downhill skiing. John graduated from Glenwood Springs High School and then attended Baylor University, where he played on the university’s Lacrosse team and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business in 1990. John later moved back to Greeley, where he worked as a property manager for his family and with friends in the building construction industry. John was known for his playful, sarcastic wit. He loved movies, family and friends, and the Colorado outdoors where he could ski, fish, hike, and camp. John’s winsome personality endeared him to many. He is survived by his wife, Nichole Anderson of Greeley; daughter Tyler Anderson of Longmont; mother Wanda Anderson of Greeley, and brothers Steve Anderson and his wife Torie of Kersey, and Jeff Anderson and his wife B.J. of Anchorage, Alaska. John is also survived by Nichole’s parents Karen Ochsner and Jim Dillman of Loveland, sisters Mandi and Amy, and brothers Wayne and Jack, as well as multiple nieces and nephews.

A public memorial service will be held on Friday, September 14 at 11:00 a.m. at Mountain View Church in Greeley.

Doreen Dee Taylor, BSEd ’91, of Waxahachie, TX, died Aug. 12. Doreen Dee Taylor, 61 of Waxahachie, passed away, Sunday morning, August 12, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was born March 1, 1957 in Council Bluff, Iowa. Dee graduated with a teaching degree from Baylor University in 1991. She taught Special Education for 23 years; 11 years Waxahachie ISD and 12 years Ferris ISD. She loved music, art and people. Dee was parallelized from the waist down due to a car accident when she was 18 years old, but that never held her back from pursuing her dreams. She was a choir director for most of her adult life and spent several years as the coordinator for the Ellis County chapter of Special Olympics. She enjoyed tutoring her students after school and on weekends and also crocheted blankets for everyone she knew who was expecting a child or hosting a charity auction. It was very rare to catch her without a smile on her face or singing worship songs at the top of her lungs. She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Dennis Taylor her children, Christopher Taylor and his wife, Jessica and Misty Baker and her husband, David; her siblings, Bernie Nielsen, Rogene Terrian, Vicki Aughe and Jay Nielsen; her grandchildren, Phoebe Taylor, Bryce Baker and Trinity Baker. She was preceded in death by her parents, Victor Raymond Nielson and Edna June Pash Nielsen; also by her grandson, Xander Taylor. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 1, 2018 in the Pat Boze Memorial Chapel of Wayne Boze Funeral Home with Pastor Dale Wilbanks officiating. There will be a meal and time of fellowship directly following the memorial service at the Ovilla Church of Christ, 3420 Ovilla Road, Ovilla, Texas 75154.

John Paul Lyle, BA ’90, JD ’92, of Colorado Springs, CO, died unexpectedly in Divide, CO, on July 20th at the age of 50. John Paul is survived by his father, Paul Lyle, of Plainview, Texas, his two children, Dallas and London Lyle of Colorado Springs, his sister, Leah Kay Gabriel, brother in law, Brent Gabriel and his niece and nephew, Garrett and Olivia Gabriel of Southlake, Texas, as well as his aunt and uncle, Jerry and Karolyn Rogers, of Midland, Texas. He was preceded in death by his mother, Linda Kay Lyle of Plainview, Texas. John Paul was born on April 18, 1968 in Plainview, Texas to Paul and Linda Kay Lyle. He graduated from Plainview High School in 1986, Baylor in 1990 with a bachelor of arts in sociology, and Baylor Law School in 1992 with a Juris Doctor degree. After moving to Colorado Springs, John Paul began working for Porter, Spencer, and Patin Law Firm as an attorney. Over the course of his life, John Paul also worked as an attorney for several law firms, including El Paso County District Attorney's Office (1993-1995), Braden, Frindt, Stinar and Stageman (1995-1997), and Lyle and Moran Law (1997-2006). He operated his own brief landscaping business, JP Lyle Landscapes in 2006, and was a 5th Judicial District Magistrate from 2007-2008, and returned to law as an attorney once again with Marrison Law Firm from 2008-2015. He spent the last few years of his life on sabbatical back in his hometown of Plainview, Texas, working part time as substitute teacher at several Plainview schools. John Paul is remembered by his family for his cleverness, intelligence, perspective, intellect, many artistic talents, his love for gardening, his punctual sense of humor, which never failed to liven up the room, and his soft, kind soul. His inquisitive demeanor and attention to detail always shined through his work, whether it was a unique dresser he built and carved by hand, a landscape he designed, a case he worked on, or one of his many incredible drawings. His laugh was eclectic and his compassion and generosity demonstrated through an array of community involvement and volunteer service at the Ben S. Wendelkin America Inn of Court, El Paso County Bar Association which he chaired the Ask A Lawyer Program, First Presbyterian Church, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. John Paul also suffered from chronic depression, a disease he struggled with for many years. While he was unable to overcome his battle, he was a fierce and persistent fighter who lived every day of his life as fully as he could. A memorial service is scheduled for Monday, July 30th in the chapel of First Baptist Church in Plainview, with a reception to follow in the parlor. All are welcome to attend and celebrate John Paul's life. In lieu of flowers, his children request that donations be sent to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, or the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Information for both of these charities as well as their local and Colorado Springs chapters can be found online. Published in Plainview Daily Herald

Robert Lowell Thompson, BA ’92, loving husband and father, 48 of Corsicana, Texas passed away on Wednesday morning, October 24, 2018 at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas surrounded by his family. Lowell was born in Nacogdoches, Texas on June 29, 1970. He graduated from Corsicana High School in 1988 and went on to attend Navarro Junior College graduating with an Associate’s Degree, Baylor College with his Bachelor’s Degree and completed his education at Texas Tech School of Law. He returned to Corsicana where he served as Assistant District Attorney under Pat Batchelor, Municipal Judge for Corsicana and for the past Eleven years as Navarro County District Attorney. Lowell returned to Corsicana and married Brandy Hines on June 20, 1998. He was involved in many different volunteer activities wanting to give back to the community that had supported him. He was a Christian and a member of Northside Baptist Church. He was a endowed Mason. He worked with the Child Advocacy in Corsicana, Lions Club and other charitable organizations. He was involved with the Navarro County Go Texan and has been president of the Corsicana High School Booster Club doing what he could to help students succeed. Lowell also enjoyed coaching his children in sports and helping others achieve their goals on the field with instruction and encouragement. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Robert Martin and Reba Thompson and Benny and Pauline Raley. Brother Brent Thompson and nephew William Thompson. He is survived by his wife of 20 years Brandy Hines Thompson. Their children Kieley and Eli Thompson. Parents Sam and Paulette Thompson. Brother Darrell Thompson and wife Jennifer. Father and mother in law Roy and Chris Hines. Brother in law, Reese Hines and wife Lori and Grandma Hazel. Lowell is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews, extended family members and friends who will miss him greatly. Visitation will be Saturday evening at Northside Baptist Church in Corsicana from 5-7pm. A celebration of his life will be Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3pm at Northside Baptist Church with Dr. Rick Lamb officiating. Burial will follow at the Thompson Family Cemetery attended by the family due to weather conditions and limited parking. Pallbearers will be Eric Meyers, Reese Hines, John Lawhon, Colt Lawhon, Steve Petty and Keith Moore. Honorary pallbearers will be Donnie Denbow, Elmer Tanner, Sharron McDonald, Raymond Linex and Chuck Williams. An on-line guest book is available at www.griffin-roughton.com

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Griffin – Roughton Funeral Home.

Brooke Howe Laws, BA ’93, of Austin, wife, mom, daughter, sibling, aunt and educator, passed away peacefully at home the morning of August 17, 2018, after a courageous battle with glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer. She was 47. Our "Brookie" as she was lovingly called by her family, "Tia," as she was called by her nieces and nephew, was a radiant, compassionate woman, leaving behind an immortal legacy that will be etched into the hearts and minds of all who knew her. Brooke's story began in Boston, MA on March 11, 1971, the middle child to Jill and John Howe. Her early years spanned from Honolulu, HI to Holden, MA to San Antonio, TX. She had a joyful childhood, singing to her parakeet Libby Love, exploring the coastlines of Nantucket Island, reading voraciously (a love of literature passed down from her father), building lifelong friendships as both camper and counselor at Wyonegonic Camp in Maine, and joining forces with her older sister, Lindsey, to give her younger brother, Prentice, the occasional unauthorized haircut. Her mother often referred to Brookie as the "family weathervane," instinctively tuned into the emotions of those around her and always the first to lend a compassionate ear or offer up some gentle wisdom. Brooke graduated from St. Mary's Hall in San Antonio in 1989. She went on to graduate from Baylor University, with degrees in Spanish and History, in 1993. She proudly received her Master's Degree in Spanish from Middlebury College in 1998. She was a beloved Spanish teacher and gifted administrator during a career that spanned 24 years and two cities (San Antonio and Austin) and two countries (Spain and the U.S.). As Dean of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Middle School, she was widely recognized for creating what is now the unofficial motto of the School: "Work Hard + Be Kind." For Magnus Maccow, the Head of the Middle School: "The simplicity and power of these words sum up the genius of Brooke, because this is the way she went about her life." She began her teaching career at St. Mary's Hall in San Antonio in 1994. She was recruited to the St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Austin in 1998, where she taught Spanish for 20 years. During her career, she received many honors, including the Middle School Teacher of the Year award. Her passion as an educator is captured in her own words: "Building rapport with individual students is the key to being able to nurture and guide the student body effectively. I value the potential and dignity of each of our students." While the classroom was her first love, she was singled out for her administrative abilities as well. She was invited to be the Upper School Dean of Students (2001-2005) and, more recently, its Middle School Dean of Students from 2011-2018. In the words of Chris Gunnin, the Head of School, "At the very heart of every great independent school is the promise that each child will be known and loved individually, and in my twenty-year career at three great schools, I have never met anyone who demonstrates that unique commitment to each student better than Brooke." Brooke's husband and two daughters were her heart and joy. Her love of practical jokes set the tone for a household filled with laughter. Of course, her passion for language and travel did, too. She leaves behind two strong young women that, thanks to their mother, will grow up to become bilingual world citizens and fearless adventurers. Never straying too far from home will be the family's Golden Retriever, Maddy, who adoringly spent the final weeks of Brooke's life by her side. Loved ones that will miss Brooke until they meet again are her husband Daniel Laws and two daughters, Carter (12) and Emory (7) of Austin; her mother Jill O. Howe of San Antonio; her father John P. Howe III, M.D. and stepmother Tyrrell E. Flawn of Washington, D.C.; her sister Lindsey Howe Parham and brother-in-law Robert Parham of Austin; her brother John Prentice Howe IV and sister-in-law Natalie Howe of Austin; brother-in-law Edward Gaynor Laws III and sister-in-law Bobbie Laws of Houston; step-brother John Graham Hill, step-sister-in-law Maria Hill, son Jackson Hill (9) and daughter Cecelia Hill (7) of Santa Monica, CA; her step-brother Peter C. Hill, step-sister-in-law Kelly Hill and son Peter Ryan Hill (5) of Irvine, CA. Carrying on Brooke's legacy of laughter and love for decades to come are nephew Bo Parham (15) and nieces Bradley Parham (13), Cameron Howe (10) and Mars Howe (8). Dan and the family express eternal gratitude for the care, love and support provided by the St. Stephen's Episcopal School community, Team Brooke, Hospice Austin, Dr. Mateo Ziu, Dr. John de Groot, Dr. Caroline Chung, Dr. Mark Gilbert and the neuro-oncology teams at the MD Anderson Cancer Center and the NIH. A Memorial Service will be held at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 3201 Windsor Road, Austin, TX 78703 at 10:30 A.M. on Saturday, August 25, 2018. A special endowment will be established in Brooke's honor. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Stephen's Endowment in memory of Brooke Howe Laws to St. Stephen's Episcopal School, 6500 St. Stephen's Drive, Austin, TX 78746. Remembrances may be left at www.wcfish.com

Published in Austin American-Statesman

David Harper Essex Jr., BA ’94, passed away in Round Rock, Texas after a brief illness on August 2, 2018. He was 46. Harper was born in Nacogdoches, Texas on December 1, 1971 and spent his childhood years in Midland. As a student, Harper excelled in athletics. He and his partner Luke Morrow won the tennis doubles state championship when he was a junior at Midland High School. He graduated from Midland High and attended Baylor University where he made the tennis team as a walk-on. He received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Baylor in 1994. For the past 16 years, Harper has made his home in Austin where he worked in business sales at Dell, Inc. and LegalZoom. Harper was good natured and outgoing, and immediately endeared himself to everyone who met him. He was known by his family and friends for his fun-loving sense of humor. A devoted loving father, Harper cherished time spent with his sons. Harper is survived by his father David Essex of Midland, his mother Claire Rhotenberry and husband Jim of Santa Fe, New Mexico, his sons Elliott Essex and Pierce Essex of Denver, Colorado, his sisters Elise Ansley and husband Mark and their sons Mason and Oliver of Frisco, Texas, Hilary Armstrong and husband Jared and their sons Jack and Wyatt of Austin, Texas and brother Hudson Rhotenberry of Brooklyn, New York. A private family service was held in Austin on August 4th. The family would be honored by memorials made in Harper's name to the Scholarship Program at Bush Tennis Center, 5700 Briarwood Avenue, Midland, Texas 79707. Online condolences can be made at Beckchapels.com. The family would like to offer a special thanks to Harper's girlfriend Melissa for the care and attention she provided Harper during his illness. David Essex is hosting a reception celebrating Harper's life at the Racquet Club of Midland on August 15th from 5-7 pm.

Richard Peirce Griffin, BA ’97, of Spring, TX, died July 17. He was born on July 8, 1974. He was the son of Richard Griffin Sr. and Sally and Gene Byrd. During Richard’s high school career, he played football, excelled in academics and enjoyed scouting, even achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Richard went to Baylor University and received a Bachelor of Arts in political science. While attending Baylor, he met the love of his life, Heather Schreiber. Richard and Heather were married on May 13, 2000. On December 22, 2008, they welcomed their son Peirce into the world. Peirce has always been the most important part of their lives. Richard went on to graduate from University of Houston Law School Magna Cum Laude as a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 2011. Since August 2011, Richard had been an attorney at Bair Hilty practicing litigation in transportation, construction and business law. Richard was a devoted father and husband. He enjoyed building Legos with his son and attending his many sporting events as well as coaching him in Little League. Richard was the best of fathers and read to his son each night before bed. Richard was a loving husband and would show Heather his love with every day romantic gestures, such as taking her on morning dates to get coffee at Rao’s bakery.  He spoke with his brother Jim on a daily basis and they were the closest of friends. Richard is survived by his wife, Heather Griffin; son, Peirce; mother, Sally Byrd, of Beaumont; father, Richard Griffin Sr., and his wife Joy, of Lumberton; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Gary and Pauline Schreiber of Austin; three siblings, Katie Marteney of Waco; Jenny Goff and her husband, Jeff, of Beaumont; Jim Griffin and his wife, Tangee, of Beaumont; sister-in-law Geri Edens and husband, Wayde of Austin; two aunts, Nancy Stout, and her husband Russell, of Austin; Rebecca Meadows of Dallas; ten nieces and nephews, Sarah Morgan, and her husband Heath, of Lubbock; Hannah and Abby Goff; Jackson Edens; Lauren, Mason, and Jack Marteney; Emma, and Lawson Griffin; Olivia Hornsby; four cousins; Happy Driscoll, and her husband Darin, of New Jersey; Russell Stout, and his wife Melissa, of Austin; Bethany Hammonds, and her husband Brian, of Austin; Melissa Souder, and her husband Steven, of Keller. Richard will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and everyone who knew him. A gathering of family and friends will be held from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Friday July 20th, 2018 Klein Funeral home, 16131 Champion Forest Drive in Klein, Texas. His funeral service will also be at Klein funeral home on Saturday July 21st, 2018 at 2:00 pm.


Jerome Jackson, BSEd ’98, of Plano, TX, died July 24 at age 43. He was born in 1974 in Texas, to Rose and Frank Jackson. He was a graduate of Baylor University, majoring in Education with Business minor. During his college years, he was an offensive guard for the Baylor Bears and was a letterman. A few years after college, he married Jaya Pichumani and had two daughters. Most recently he worked for Physician Partners of America as Senior Director of Business Development. Jerome was a sports fan and enjoyed football, fishing, traveling, and relaxing spending time with his family. His family and friends remember his great generosity in providing help to others whenever they needed it. He had a wonderfully wry and clever sense of humor which never failed to make others laugh. He was very involved in his family life, regularly attending his children's plays and sports events. His great kindness and sense of community spirit will be sorely missed by all who knew him. Many who knew him considered him a great mentor and source of inspiration in their career and family life. He is survived by his wife, Jaya and daughters, parents Rose and Frank, brother Frank (Lanisa) and a niece and two nephews. A private Celebration of Life has been conducted. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made IN MEMORY OF JEROME JACKSON to these charities: - Global Down Syndrome Foundation - Easter Seals of Central Texas - Special Olympics of Texas. Published in Dallas Morning News

Karen Denise Talton Wilkerson, MSEd ’98, of Abilene, TX, died Oct. 23. She was born in Dallas, Texas, March 17, 1971. She grew and developed into an extraordinary and exceptional woman of faith. She was a devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and cousin and became a friend to all.Karen earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas and a master's degree in educational psychology from Baylor University, Waco, Texas. She worked for the Texas State Agency of the Aged and Disabled in Waco, Texas as well as the Upward Bound program at McLennan Community College, Waco, Texas. She has mentored hundreds of local high school students who had and have the desire to become the first in their families to attend college. She was named director of the Upward Bound program at Abilene Christian University in 2006. She was a leader in the national community of TRIO professionals, having been elected and served as president of the Texas Association for Special Student Services Programs. She mentored with the likes of a mother's love that could not be questioned and she always went an extra step to assist them in reaching their goals. Colleagues respected her as a passionate professional and a trusted guide for young people in Abilene. Her beautiful smile and kind spirit along with her loving ways will be greatly missed by all who were fortunate enough to be in her presence. Her spirit will forever be etched in the hearts, minds and souls of everyone that had the opportunity to meet her. She was very determined, diligent and wanted only the best for her family and others. She showed so much perseverance in the accomplishment of her goals and endeavors. Her demonstration of unconditional love for family and friends was a great example to all who encountered her. Karen was an active member of Minda Street Church of Christ, Abilene, Texas where she served diligently along side her husband Gerald, who is an elder. Karen is survived by her husband, Gerald Wilkerson, and their children, Victoria and Donovan; Johnnie Talton (mother), Joel Talton (father), Joel Christopher Talton (brother), Johnny Morris (grandfather), Yvonne Mooney (aunt), Marion Warren (aunt) and a host of beloved relatives and friends. During these past few months we were able to see the true fight in Karen as she battled a chronic illness. We never saw her quit, we never saw her give up and we were able to see her faith on display. We believe in prayer and we hoped for a medical miracle and we watched as God extended your time with us through medications and medical care. This world was not your home as you were just passing through and we know and trust you are now resting. God has a plan for you that no longer requires you to struggle, fight, or suffer. We thank Him for allowing us to have had the opportunity to be in your presence during your visit here with us. Visitation will be available Sunday 6-8 pm at Elmwood memorial where we encourage visitors to come and say your words for the life of Karen. The celebration service will take place Monday, 12:00 at Minda Street Church of Christ. Published in Abilene Reporter-News

Leslie Furneaux Morgan Horton, BSED ’99, of Allen, TX, died Oct. 11 after a long struggle with cancer. She was 41. She was surrounded by family. Leslie grew up in Flower Mound, Tx where she attended Marcus High School. She later went to Baylor where she was active in Campus Crusade and her beloved KXA sorority. Through mutual friends, Leslie and Mark met, fell in love, and married on May 16, 1999. With him by her side, she fulfilled her two greatest dreams of being a teacher and having children. Leslie was a one of a kind spirit. Her calming presence and love for Jesus were evident in all she did. She wasn’t just kind to her friends, she was kind to people who were not very kind to her. She was known for constantly serving others even when it meant expending her last ounce of energy, as was the case the last few months.  Throughout Leslie’s life, she desired to be obedient to God’s calling, whether that was starting a Moms in Prayer group, returning to teaching, or starting the children’s ministry at her church. The paths she was called on weren’t always easy, but Leslie chose to be faithful to God’s calling rather than merely existing for her own comfort. She knew that this life wasn’t her ultimate home. She chose, in faith, to invest in eternity. The smile that slowly slipped on her face after she passed tells us that her investment was not misplaced. In her own words, these are Leslie’s parting remarks: “I stopped clutching this life to the point of where I squeezed all life out of my days. It is only in my surrender that I was actually able to live. We are all called to lay our burdens at Jesus’ feet. My burden has been cancer. When I finally released this burden at Jesus’s feet, then the peace flowed. There are some types of good that can’t be attained the easy way. There are some goods that we only experience through great struggle and great suffering. The peace and love that I’ve had during my final days, weeks, and months far surpasses anything I had before cancer. From the outside looking in, my life looks like it has slowly petered to a halt, but in my spirit, it has been the opposite.” Leslie leaves behind her husband, Mark Horton; her children, Luke (14) and Joe (12) Horton; her parents, Chris and Alice Morgan; and her sister, Hillary Morgan Ferrer. She also leaves behind loving in-laws, cousins, aunts, uncles, and a host of long-time friends. Visitation: 6:30 - 8 p.m. Friday, October 19, 2018, Chase Oaks Church 611 E Stacy Rd, Fairview, TX 75069. Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, October 20, 2018, Chase Oaks Church. Interment: Furneaux Cemetery, 3650 Cemetery Hill Road, Carrollton, TX 75007.

Dr. Kevin Wyatt McMahon, BS ’99, of Columbia, MD, died Sept. 13. He was 41. Wyatt is survived by his wife, Dr. Enusha Karunasena, and their children, Desmond and Lumini McMahon; his parents, Karen and Kevin McMahon, of Lubbock, TX; his sister and her family, Emily and Bryan Bennett and their children, Annabelle and Beau Bennett, of Lubbock, TX; and parents-in-law, Deepani and Don Karunasena, of Columbia, MD. Wyatt was born October 10, 1976, in Lubbock, TX. He graduated from Lubbock High School in 1995 and attended Baylor University where he earned a degree in Molecular Biology with a minor in Philosophy. He received his Doctor of Philosophy from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences from The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.  While attending graduate school he met his future wife, Enusha, and married in 2010. They welcomed their first child, Desmond, in 2011. In 2015, they welcomed their daughter, Lumini. After moving to Maryland to work on cancer research as a bioinformaticist, Wyatt was selected as Assistant Professor of Surgery and Oncology at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institute and the Sydney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. Wyatt was a loving father and husband who sought to teach his children that, through perseverance and kindness, their dreams are achievable no matter the hurdle—Including his personal battle with cancer. He was a passionate scientist who worked tirelessly in his contributions to understanding cancer. He genuinely believed that, by sharing his knowledge of genomic data analysis with colleagues and students alike, they could make the world a better place. The family would like to thank all of Wyatt’s caregivers: John Oluwasanmi, Georgette Petit, and Vasantha Rupasinghe and all of their wonderful friends, neighbors, work colleagues, and family who helped care for Wyatt and his family. Additionally, the family would like to thank the countless efforts towards Wyatt’s care by physicians, nurses, technicians, physical therapists and health aides at both Johns Hopkins and Duke University hospitals. A Memorial Service and celebration of Wyatt’s life is scheduled for 11am September 22, 2018, at Donaldson Funeral Home of Clarksville, P.A. 12540 Clarksville Pike, Clarksville, Maryland 21029. All are welcome to attend and help celebrate Wyatt’s amazing life with a reception to follow. A second memorial service and celebration of Wyatt’s life is scheduled in his hometown for 10am on September 29, 2018 at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Lubbock, TX. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the National Brain Tumor Society at https://nbtsevents.braintumor.org/loveforwyatt.