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Friday, October 15, 2021

Jeramyah Wyatt

Jeramyah Wyatt

Jeramyah Wyatt, born February 8, 2008, of Lady Lake, FL went to be with Jesus on Monday, August 31, 2020 at the young age of 12.

Jeramyah’s parents, Chris and Ivy Wyatt are extremely saddened to announce his unexpected passing. Jeramyah’s favorite pastimes included riding dirt bikes, running RC cars and drones, fishing, and loved wildlife and being outdoors. He also enjoyed learning to play the guitar, 4-H, and most of all being a big brother. He shared a passion for climbing trees with his father and he would often be found in the tallest of trees. After climbing such great trees, one unveils many more trees to climb. Jeramyah’s journey has ended with the greatest of trees, alongside our heavenly Father.

Jeramyah is survived by his father and mother, Chris and Ivy Wyatt of Lady Lake, FL, sisters, Sienna Luisa, Scarlet Christine, and Saffron Rosalba Wyatt, along with his brother, Trenten Edward Fedor. Survived also by his biological mother, Andrea Fedor of Weirsdale, FL, and all his loving family and countless friends, who loved him dearly.

A celebration of life will be held at Northside Christian Church, 3115 Eagles Nest Rd, Fruitland Park, FL, on Saturday, September 12, 2020. Arrival starts at 3:00 pm, and services begin at 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jeramyah’s name can be made to Uncle Donald’s Farm. Jeramyah was passionate about animals and loved this admirable farm and petting zoo.

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