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In Loving Memory

Wyman, Theodore A. Sr.

Wyman, Theodore A. Sr.

Asleep in Jesus, Thursday, May 11, 2023. Beloved husband of the late Janet Sue Wyman (nee Austin); dear father of Nancy (Gary Lee) Carrel, Jonathan (Cindy) Wyman and the late Theodore Alan (Paula deceased) Wyman Jr.; dear brother of Florence Huber; our dear grandfather, great-grandfather and friend of many.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, Sunday, May 21, 3-9 p.m. then taken to Salem Lutheran Church, 8343 Gravois Rd. 63123, on Monday, May 22, for visitation 9:00 a.m. until funeral service at 10:00 a.m. Interment JB National Cemetery. Mr. Wyman was a longtime St. Louis City Police Officer. Donations to the Alzheimer’s Association, appreciated.


5 thoughts on “Wyman, Theodore A. Sr.”

  1. Worked with Ted for 6 years in the old St Louis Police 3rd District. Ted was reliable. He kept me busy as his supervisor in as much as he held a record for the most accidents with police cars!!! Always glad to hear from and reconnect with our mutual friends.
    Rest in Peace Ted.

  2. My wife and I were deeply saddened to hear of Ted’s passing. I’ve known Ted and Janet since childhood. My wife and I, along with my cousins, would dine together at least twice annually with Ted and Janet.

    We offer our sincere sympathy to the family. May God give you strength and peace.

    Louis and Linda Woodard
    (cousins of Ronald and Carolyn Bulliner)

  3. Beneath the tough exterior was a heart of gold. I loved you like a brother and was so happy to live near you and see you and Flo daily and went through high school together. Poor Roosevelt High had 3 of us to deal with, chuckles. Jan was the greatest thing that ever happened to you! I remember one year on New Years Day we (Ted, Jan, Flo, and I went riding in your new convertible. My feet went through the back seat and when I joked about it, you handed me cardboard to place over the corroded places in the floor. It was 65 degrees in January (1964??) and the Jewel Box was just gorgeous. Such a wonderful memory. Heaven got two angels now. Enjoy your new home. Miss you but we will be reunited soon enough. Love you.


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