In loving memory of

Scott Allen Wyman
July 28, 1973 - September 8, 2017

"Scotty" "Scooter"

Age 44 of Stacy, loving Husband, Dad, Son, Brother, & Friend, passed away peacefully surrounded by his wife and 3 children on September 8, 2017. Preceded in death by father, Richard; grandma, Esther Schuetzler; uncle, Ron. Survived by loving wife, Kelly; children, Russell, Roxanne, Roger; mother, Patricia; siblings, Rick (Cheri), Mindy; other relatives & friends.

A Celebration of Scott's Life 11 AM Saturday, September 16th with visitation one hour prior at Roberts Family Life Celebration Home, 555 SW Centennial Dr., Forest Lake.


Warren Bryan wrote on Sep 19, 2017:

"Warren Bryan I worked with Scott for many years starting in 1991. He and I always had a few laughs but worked hard and accomplished the task at hand. He will be sorely missed by many. My deepest sympathies go out to Scott's family and friends."

Ken Ringey wrote on Sep 12, 2017:

"So sorry to hear of Scott's passing. We were neighbors for years. My prayers and thoughts are with the family. God's Blessing be with you at this time. Ken Ringey"

Barry Frantum wrote on Sep 11, 2017:

"When I think of Scotty, I think of adventure. He was Tom Sawyer and I was Huck Fin. We did so much, we might as well been feral. I don't think there was a nook crany or any where else we didn't explore. He was so good with bikes.... Man, he could always make his bike the fastest or sound the coolest. Scotty taught me how to skate board and how appreciate the finer things in life, like and ice cold Tahitian treat sweaty from the humidity after a bike trip to the Dairy Store. Scotty was the best fishing buddy a kid could have. He was the best friend a kid could have. He was my best friend. I don't know how I lost touch with you brother. I can hear your laugh. I can hear you holler "let's go outside". I can remember climbing your tree out front. We were awesome pirates. Or private investigator, or cray fish catchers.... Those are the friendships they make movies about. And it was only cause of you. Little older, little wiser, always there. On dark times I can hear so say, " don't be afraid Barry" " my dads here he won't let nothing happen to you". "Your safe here". Having you, Rick and Mindy, your mom and your dad, was a true and tremendous blessing, for myself and my mother. I'm sure, you were others best friends, and always had the same dedication and compassion and stalwart friendship that only you could give. I can hear your laugh. Love Barry "

Bob & Debbie Johnson wrote on Sep 11, 2017:

"Our deepest sympathies go out to the family . Bob has worked with Scooter for many moons . "

Don McDonough wrote on Sep 11, 2017:

"My deepest sympathies to the Wyman family for your loss. I worked with Scooter years back at Grand Eagle / L&S Electric. He will be missed."

Cousin Brenda wrote on Sep 9, 2017:

"Scotty...when we were young, you and Brian annoyed me so much!! But, I would give anything for that to be the case today. I never thanked you for fixing the van I wrecked, but you did such a good job...the rental car owner never figured it out. Give Brian a very hard time up in heaven for me. One day I will be there and you better know where to hide...because I am going to kick your butt for leaving me behind. Most of all, know I love you and I will check up on everyone when I make it to Minnesota. Always in my heart...Brenda "