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In memoriam - Randy Wyatt

image Randy Wyatt, owner of Aggregate Haulers Inc.

SAN ANTONIO - Beloved comrade to the construction industry, George Randall “Randy” Wyatt, passed away at the age 62, Aug. 15, 2017 in Spring Branch, Texas. He was born in Karlsruhe, Germany on Oct. 14, 1954 and adopted by his parents George Larry Wyatt and Geneva Morris Wyatt when he was 1 1/2 –years old.

 

 

 

He graduated from Churchill High School in 1972. He attended college before joining the work force. In 1980, Randy started his own company, Aggregate Haulers Inc. He sold the company and repurchased it in 2002.
    Randy hosted multiple events, including his favorite sports of hunting and fishing. He contributed to a multitude of charities throughout his life and was one of the most generous people you’d ever hope to meet.
    A beloved husband, father, grand- father, son, nephew, and friend,  Randy loved spending time with his children while they raced go karts, played football, softball, basketball, volleyball and the girls dances.
    He had two families, his wife and children, and then his family of co-workers. He was a special man people gravitated to for assistance in work, help with a friend/family, hunting, fishing, events, and sitting by a campfire, or just for a laugh.
    His mother Geneva and sister, Karen Wyatt Tanguma, preceded him in death. He is survived by father, George, wife of 33 years Susan Lamm Wyatt; daughters Amber Leigh Wyatt, Lindsay Rae Wyatt, Ashley Nicole Wyatt, Miranda Faith Wyatt; and sons Ryan Lamm Wyatt, wife Calley Smith Wyatt, and Shawn Ross Wyatt, wife Jennifer Withoff Wyatt; grandchildren Alexis Nicole Hernandez, Harper Amelia Wyatt, Royce Carter Wyatt, Camilla Rose Reese; and great granddaughter Adrianna Dahlia Wyatt.
    Randy’s kindness, laugh, and charity will be sorely missed. -cmw


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