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Goltry-Funeral service for Wilbur will be Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Goltry Congregational Church. Burial will follow at Karoma Cemetery in Goltry. Viewing will be Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. with family present from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Wilbur Ray Wayman was born in Enid July 20, 1939 to Dean C. and Violet Becker Wayman and passed from this life on April 25, 2017. He married Norma Henneke and had two sons, Michael Ray and David Scott Wayman. Throughout his life Wilbur was involved with farming and ranching in addition to working for Alfalfa County where he retired in 2014. Wilbur enjoyed spending time with his family and friends especially his granddaughters, Ashley and Brooke. He served in the Oklahoma National Guard and attended the Congregational Church of Goltry.
He is preceded in death by his mother and father.
Survivors include his sons, Mike Wayman and wife, Janci and Scott Wayman; granddaughters, Ashley and Brooke; sisters, Carolyn Ames and husband, Albert and Patricia Wayman; niece, Gina Carroll and her husband, J.C. and their son, Bryce; other family and friends.
Memorials may be given to the Goltry Fire Department through the funeral home.
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So very sorry, for you loss, thoughts and prayers, all of you are special, and Wilbur was very special, he was always so very thoughtful to me. Am sorry I can't be with you tomorrow am caring for my Mom at Carrier, and don't have anyone to fill in for me. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all.
Barbara Madison Long
Dear Mike, Scott and family,
I wanted you to know that the girls and I are thinking of you during this time. Please accept our deepest condolences and prayers. I know that Wilbur Ray will be missed.
Thank God for Wilbur time here with all who came to know him as the kind and friendly person he was. My deepest sympathy to his family in your time of separation, though God will bring us all home in God's time.
Sorry that I could not be at FCC to join in the sending off.
I went to school with Wilbur. Our high school years were fun years. I know you will miss him and I wanted to send my deepest sympathy to all of the family.
Carolyn and I were good friends in high school and "running buddies". Also knew Pat well.
Also, want to send condolences from both of my sisters, Ethel Mae Bradley Seiler and Donna Rae Bradley Kelly.
Prayers continue for all of this very special family! Though I never saw much of Wilbur, we knew where he could be found!! Out there working hard on that Wayman Farm! As my husband Vic Patkowski told me. He was a very hard working farmer. When I went up there hunting one time, he was busy making sure those bales of hay were done up right! My Vic said , "He wanted things done right and seemed to have high standards."
I told my hubby, sounds like Uncle Dean! He said "yep, he taught him right." Sending Love and Prayers to all the family!
Ruth E. Patkowski
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