Wyatt Redden

Obituary of Wyatt Scott Redden

Wyatt Scott Redden, 63, passed away Friday, November 13, 2020. Mass of Christian Burial: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 5th at St. Andrews Catholic Church, 3312 Dryden Rd., Ft. Worth, Texas. Mask and social distancing will be required at church. The services will be livestreamed for anyone who is unable to attend at www.standrewcc.org Go to their livestream area. Rosary: 10:00 a.m. Saturday at the church. Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery. He was born July 21, 1957 in San Antonio, Texas to the parentage of James Ellis Redden and Anita Consuelo Obregon. He was the youngest of five siblings. Wyatt was married to Marcia Darino for thirty-five years and God blessed them with four children and seven grandchildren, whom he loved dearly. Wyatt was a man of many talents and his interests were many. In High School he was involved in the Drama and Rodeo Club as well as the Track, Football, Basketball and Tennis teams. He played Semi-Pro Football as Quarterback for Mansfield, Texas and tried out for Punter for the Dallas Cowboys. His interests continued into adulthood and was an avid golfer and tennis player, as well as a sports enthusiast for race car events, football and basketball games. He enjoyed hunting, playing cards, cartoons, photography, and much more. He served in the United States Air Force as a Missile Silo Technician in Little Rock, Arkansas. Military life was something that was in his blood, due to the fact his father was a U.S. Marine and then a Pilot for the U.S. Air Force. He was a member of the Big Brother Association for 3 years and the Knights of Columbus at St. Rita's Catholic Church. His love of children was exhibited throughout his life, but with these two organizations especially, he was able to put smiles on children's faces when he donned on the Gentleman's Big Red Suit and beard as Santa Claus. Wyatt's ability to create design out of wood will also not be forgotten. He learnt at an early age, the beauty of wood. He mastered the techniques of framing, roofing, inside trim, remodeling and laser techniques. But his gift of gab made him a good salesman and a friend to many. He enjoyed simply talking with others and making them laugh. Whether through silly jokes, voices or nicknames, he would always try and leave those he encountered with a smile. He was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church. Wyatt was preceded in death by his father and mother; his brother, Eric Britt; and his step-father, Ed Talamentes. Survivors: Wife, Marcia Redden; children, Matthew Redden and wife Cari, Jonathan Redden and partner Christine, Courtney Weston and husband Jackson, and Veronica Redden and husband Jonathan Bergen and seven cherubs that were the heart of this man; sister, Patty Webb and husband Jay; brother, James Redden and wife Debbie, and Byron Redden; his wonderful nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives and dear friends.
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Interment

Saturday, December 5, 2020
Mount Olivet Cemetery
2301 North Sylvania Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Saturday
5
December

Rosary

10:00 am
Saturday, December 5, 2020
St Andrews Catholic Church
3312 Dryden Rd
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Saturday
5
December

Mass of Christian Burial

10:30 am
Saturday, December 5, 2020
St Andrews Catholic Church
3312 Dryden Rd
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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