10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

J W Wyatt February 3, 1932 - December 9, 2022

J.W. Wyatt (Doug)


J.W Wyatt, (Doug), was born on February 3rd, 1932, in Carolton Georgia.  He graduated from Mt. Zion high school in 1950. He joined the Air Force shortly after.

He married Kathryn J. Wyatt, (Nita), in June of 1955. They then had Blake J. Wyatt in 1956, and Peggy Wyatt (Patrick), in 1958. Doug served in both the Korean and Vietnam wars and lived in various places around the world.

A funeral service will be held on Tuesday,  December 27, 2022 at 11:

Memories of Grandpa

Granddaughter Cami remembers I don’t know that I can pick ONE of my fondest memories because when I think of my grandpa, they are ALL fond memories. In my eyes, he was a good man. He worked hard. He was an amazing fisherman. He loved my grandma with every last fiber of his being and whenever I got to spend time with him, it seemed (at least to me when I was growing up) that there was nothing else he would rather do than spend time with me.  This world lost one of the BEST!

Granddaughter Nicole remembers My fondest memories with grandpa were the trips we took as a family to places like the Oregon coast and the redwoods. And all of the times we went fishing together. He taught me how to drive the boat, he Taught me how to fish and not only just how to fish but also how to clean and got the fish for grandma so she could Cook it.  We would go to Anderson dam almost every summer to go Camping and fishing. I really miss that.

A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 27, 2022 at 11:00 am at Bowman Funeral Parlor located at 10254 W. Carlton Bay Garden City, Idaho 83714.  A committal service will follow at  the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery. Condolences may be left for the family at   www.bowmanfuneral.com

A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 27, 2022 at 11:00 am at Bowman Funeral Parlor located at 10254 W. Carlton Bay Garden City, Idaho 83714.  A committal service will follow at www.bowmanfuneral.com


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    Jean Smith says

    JW was my oldest brother and he was a five star ⭐️ brother. He was so good to all of us and he is dearly missed. He loved all of us and he was married to Nita for 67 1/2 years. They were such an inspiration to everyone in what a happy marriage should be. Heaven is sweeter since he is there. I know that Mama and Daddy and all our loved ones met him at heaven’s gate and I know that they will be celebrating his first Christmas in heaven. I am grief stricken that he is no longer here on this earth with us but earth’s is heaven’s gain. He can go and rest high on the mountain because his work on earth is done. I know that heaven’s gates swung wide open when he died and I know that he is sheltered in the arms of God. I love you all.

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    Christina Wyatt says

    J.W Wyatt was a great man, father, and my grandfather I remember when he would make the best rolls for Christmas and got to learn how to make them from him it’s one of finest memories of our time together: Also he loved chocolate could eat his weight in it if you would let him. His favorite saying would always be I’ll take a shot of whiskey with everything lol. He. Brought the family together and made Christmas extra special. He will be missed around our family and holidays will never be the same without him making his yummy rolls. You will definitely be in our hearts always

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    Karen Gregory says

    I had the great pleasure of working with “Dub”, as I called him, during my time with the USPS. We worked together as part of a sorting machine crew. A small group of us used to have lunch together outside (weather permitting) on the greenbelt, near the main post office. There was always great conversation, and lots of laughter. I’ll always remember Dub opening his lunch and pulling out his bottle of hot sauce. I think he used it on everything! He was an absolute sweetheart, and I will always cherish the wonderful memories I have of him.

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