Wyatt J. Miller

Wyatt J. Miller

Wyatt passed away Monday, March 21, 2016 at his home in Plainwell.

He was born January 22, 1957 in Allegan, the son of Terrance and Alma (Hampton) Miller. Wyatt loved to play guitar, party with his friends and have a good time. He would go out of his way to help anyone he was able to.

Wyatt is survived by a daughter; his siblings, Jody Miller, Tonya Stewart and Terry Miller; his uncle Lonnie (Carol) Hampton, a special cousin, Eric Hampton and by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and by his sister Shenia Saldana.

Cremation has taken place.

Contributions in memory of Wyatt may be made to his family.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com.

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  1. Linda McCormick says:

    So very sorry for your loss I always remembered Wyatt as a very nice guy. RIP

  2. Dan and Sherlene Belden says:

    Lonnie and family. We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in are thoughts and prayers.

  3. LaRayne Sweet says:

    So sorry to hear of your passing..i will TREASURE all the memories we shared..my thoughts and prayers for the rest of family..hugs Tonya.xoxo..RIP CUZ

  4. Stacey Syers thames says:

    Thoughts and prayers to the entire family. RIP Wyatt!!
    Your cousin, Stacey

  5. karen ( town) myers + ron myers says:

    Im so sorry for your loss we are thinking about you and the rest of the family ! He was one of a kind !

  6. Kathy Moss Meyer says:

    Sorry for your loss. Knew Wyatt for many years.

  7. Michael Lane says:

    Rest in Peace my Friend.

  8. tammy townsend ginebaugh says:

    Love & prayers to all….RIP Wyatt

  9. Shanon says:

    So sorry for your lost prayers for all.
    God Bless you .. Wyatt
    Your cousin Shanon rest in peace .

  10. Kim bowers says:

    Rest in peace cousin, your hard journey is over now you can relax and be with your mom and sister.

  11. Cathy Like (Twig) says:

    Sorry to hear this prayer’s for all, R.I.P.

  12. Jeff & Soni (Dortch) Richards says:

    Love, thoughts and prayers to the ~Miller~ family. RIP Wyatt..

  13. Carol Hampton says:

    Wyatt was definitely a different kind of guy. We loved him were ever he was at in his life. If we needed help he was always willing to lend that helping hand. He helped me save bottle caps religiously for the children’s hospital so they could use it towards equipment to help children with cancer. He saved and collected 1000s of bottle tabs . I will miss all of his stories he used to tell. Most of them either blown out of proportion or totally not true. Wyatt was a very loving kind of guy and always tried to get the family together. He loved cook outs and he loved his beer. Wyatt was a very unique kind of guy. Sure will miss you and your phone calls. May god be with you thru your next journey.

  14. Carol Hampton says:

    Wyatt was a different kind of guy, although
    very caring and loving, he often surprised me
    me with his willingness to help us whenever
    we needed it. The thing I thought of the most
    was that he collected bottle tabs for me to give
    to the children’s hospital to buy equipment
    for the kids that have cancer. Believe me
    It was his mission and he collected 1000s
    of them. I will miss our talks and his stories he use to tell
    with most of them blown way out of proportion
    or simply in his imagination. He came up with
    craziest things or ideas. Wyatt always
    Tried to get the family together. He loved
    cookouts and he loved his beer. Sometimes a
    little too much. Rest in peace my friend as
    you take you next journey with God. Lonnie and Carol Hampton

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