Wyatt, Derek A.
Age:25
Hometown:Akron
County:Summit
State:Ohio
 
Last Residence:
Schools:East High, Akron (2004)
Spouse:Kait Wyatt (Aug. 8, 2008)
Children:Michael Everett Wyatt (born the day after his father died)
Parents:Allen Wyatt
 
Branch:Marines
Rank:Corporal
Era:Afghanistan
Military History:3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, California.
DOD:12/06/2010
Death Details:Shot in the head while on foot patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
Cemetery:Arlington National
 
Added On:12/10/2010
Source:Department of Defense, Akron Beacon Journal

Guestbook for Derek A. Wyatt

Alex posted on 01/13/2011 3:48 PM

Your Unselfishness to serve this Great Nation will not be forgotten Brother. Semper Fidelis! Without young men and women like yourself the Unitd states would Perish. God Bless You and your Family

alfred Williams posted on 01/07/2011 8:15 PM

Would like to give my depest regard for your familys great loss and thank for the Son that gave His life for everyone these words ring so true "" All Gave Some But Some Gave All "" thank you once more amd may God give you the strength to lift him up for today your loved one was called to a greater calling :: to be with The LORD...

Vicky posted on 12/30/2010 9:56 PM

My prayers to the family. God bless this young man for protecting and serving.

Jeanette Hatfield posted on 12/21/2010 8:23 PM

I just wanted to say thanks and may God bless his family and follow them through the hard times and bless with with all they deserve.

Lynne McCormick posted on 12/13/2010 12:27 PM

Your sacrifice will always be remembered.

Adam Kennelly posted on 12/11/2010 6:47 PM

I am a sophomore at East High School and am currently in the Marine Corps ROTC . I am honored and proud to be taking part in the Memorial service Sunday . I wish peace and comfort for his family . No words can ever ease the pain or sorrow of losing a loved one ,but may you find comfort in knowing he was a hero . May he forever be immortalized in the hearts and memories of those who loved him.
Sincerly,
Lcpl Adam Kennelly

Lisa Montgomery posted on 12/11/2010 1:55 PM

As the mother of two active duty soldiers, I pray for your family, I wish for you strength and guidance in your time of need. I am sorry for your loss. God Be With You.

TRICIA WISCHMANN posted on 12/10/2010 7:27 AM

WITH SYMPATHY
IN YOUR TIME OF LOSS

THERE ARE NO WORDS TO EASE YOUR HURT RIGHT NOW
BUT PLEASE REMEMBER .....

THE PAIN YOU ARE FEELING IS A SYMBOL OF LOVE
RATHER THEN LETTING THE HURT IN YOUR HEART BE A SIGN OF YOUR LOSS ... LET IT BE AN ETERNAL REMINDER
OF EVERYTHING YOU HAVE GAINED.

FROM SHARING IN THE LIFE OF SOMEONE SO SPECIAL
THAT THEY WILL ALWAYS AND FOREVER BE REMEMBERED
WITH LOVE AND HONOR.


MY CONDOLENCE GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY WITH MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY.


HIS SACRIFICE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN HE WILL ALWAYS BE OUR HERO .


GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT YOUR TIME OF LOSS


FROM A SOLDIERS WISH LIST / WISCONSIN


TRICIA WISCHMANN


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