December 11th, 1957 - May 8th, 2017
Louanna J. Wyatt, age 59 of Hamilton, passed away at home on Monday, May 8, 2017. Louanna was born in Hamilton, Ohio on December 11, 1957 to Edward K. Sr. and Emma C. (Carmack ) Wyatt. She enjoyed music, swimming, and spending time with her nieces and nephews. Lou never forgot a birthday, anniversary, and was a friend to everyone she met. Aunt Lou’s laughter could light up an entire room.
Louanna is survived by her siblings, Raymond (Barbara) Wyatt, Emanuel (Debbie) Wyatt, Lavada Wyatt, Edward K. (Stephanie) Wyatt Jr.; her nieces and nephews, Raymond (Rosa) Wyatt Jr., Bobby (Tonya) Wyatt, Christina (Jordan) Schwegmann, Emanuel Wyatt II, Rebecca Moss; her great nieces and nephews, Adalynn, Fender and Owen Schwegmann, Skylar Wyatt, Wyatt and Delta Moss, and numerous other family members and friends. Louanna was preceded in death by her sister, Leoda Anders; her nephew, Sammy Wyatt; her niece, Kayla Webb; and her parents.
Memorial service will be held at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 1350 Millville Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio, on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 11:30 AM with Pastor Sonny Hurd officiating. Memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home.
Ann Hounchell - Bingle
|I'm so sorry for your loss I'll keep your family in my prayers|
|I so thought the world of Lou ! She would always laugh and have a good time! I worked with Lou at MRDD she was a joy to work with! I will truly miss her!|
|So sorry to hear of your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for all of you that only God can give.|
Diane Brandenburg Eller
|RIP My friend Wished we wouldve had that get together|
|Louanna was one of the greatest women I ever met. loved by many , had a Lough that you never forgot she would light up a room with that smile. Rest in peace sweet Angel with love Kathy Hubbard|
Kathy Hurd Daniel
|I am sorry for your loss...my prayers will be with you all during this time....|
|Lou, the happiest, friendliest person I know. You and your family made taking care of my oldest son so easy. He always thought he had an extra Grandma and Aunts! You were great to work with and over ten years it didn't change. The world will be a sadder place without you.|
|I remember you as that vibrant girl with the big smile and contagious laugh. We had tons of fun running around as children and will treasure those times. Going to school together and swimming at East View was central to our worlds growing up and where we had so much fun. You are a true lady and will have you in my memories and heart forever. Condolences to your loves ones are you are a tremendous loss to those of us who remain. Love you dear friend.|
|MY LOVE AND PRAYERS TO ALL.... I WILL MISS LOUANNA BUT, I KNOW SHE HAS GOTTEN HER WINGS AND SUFFERS NO MORE.|
|Despite everything, she never judged me. Everyday I would see that schoolbus pull up and that beautiful smile would greet me with silent encouragement. Then, of course, would come the booming laugh. A good person that I will truly miss.|