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Duane Kyle Wyman

Duane Kyle Wyman

Duane Kyle Wyman, age 59, passed away on Monday, August 8, 2022 in Sacramento, California while working away from home in Grantsville.

He was born February 15, 1963 in Murray, Utah to Carolyn Flynn and Deloy Wyman. He married Traceen Sowle. Duane was very family oriented. He loved his family, camping, BBQ’s, hiking. He had a very good work ethic that he passed on to his kids. He loved telling a good story by the fire, keeping everyone laughing and on their toes. Duane was loved by many.

Survived by his wife: Traceen, children: Tyler (Michelle); Ilyana, Kayden, Angelina, and Dalton. Grandsons: Morgan and liam. Father: Deloy; Mother: Carolynn. Sister: Devonna; Brothers: Brad and Glenn. Many nieces and nephews and cousins.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, August 16 at 12 Noon in the Grantsville 5th Ward, 115 E Cherry St. Grantsville. Viewing will be held from 10-11:30 AM prior to services at the Church. Burial will follow in the Grantsville City Cemetery. (North Section)

Online condolences and memories may be shared at DaltonHoopes.com

3 Comments

  • one guy Posted August 14, 2022 9:26 pm

    i hope you are at the sunny lake we were dreaming, with lots of fish . . . goodbye old friend,

  • Kathy and Dave Posted August 14, 2022 9:33 pm

    Duane, for 40 yrs you have been a rock, for many, an anchor in life! Adventure, and laughter come to mind, in memories and shared times. Books could be written about times shared and all the adventures, and stories. Through thick and thin you were always steadfast, strong and resilient. ( A Rock). So Resourceful. You could think of things no one else could imagine. You could always figure out a way to get it done when you were involved, I knew there was going to be resolve of one type or another. So many Good times shared, a couple scary, Some adventurous-All cherished. Always a help, You carried strength in your essence. With you it always felt like it was going to work out in the end. Your knowledge in so many things was a attribute you shared with all. A true friend you could always count on! You will be missed in so many ways friend. <3 Love ya bye,

  • Kenneth wa Posted August 15, 2022 3:31 am

    I grew up with Duane in south salt lake, some of my many memories are with Duane , I remember in first grade, we ran away together, pulling our wagons loaded with camping gear, we made it all the way to wasatch springs. The next day Duane’s Dad found us, we were probably the two youngest runways in salt lake history.

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