Brenda K. Wyatt

March 24, 1947 ‒ December 15, 2020

Mansfield, Ohio
Formerly of Vancouver, Washington

MANSFIELD: Brenda K. Wyatt, 73, of Mansfield and formerly of Vancouver, Washington, passed away Tuesday, December 15, 2020 in OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital.

Brenda was born in Willard, Ohio March 24, 1947.  She was born and raised in Ohio but moved to North Idaho in the late 1970’s.  She developed a love for the area and remained in the Pacific Northwest for the remainder of her life.

Brenda was a case manager for Idaho Department of Health and Welfare for several years.  She began working for the federal government as a supervisor and ultimately flew around the country conducting training seminars.

She loved to travel and had a deep love for the Western U.S.  She especially enjoyed hiking in the mountains, including Mt. St. Helens, and biking at Salmon Creek in Vancouver where she lived.  She was an avid reader and enjoyed genealogical research.

She is survived by her children Angie (Ron) Hoptry-Henry of Mansfield, Jason (Erin) Wyatt of Hayden, Idaho, and Krista Gervasi of Sandpoint, Idaho.  10 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; siblings Gaye Robertson, Carolyn (Larry) Holland, David Green; half brothers Robert Prichard, Paul Green, and John Green; numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.

She was preceded in death by her father Marcum Green, mother Marie (Alsept) Green Prichard; and brother Marcus Ray Green.

The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home is assisting her family with cremation.

Online condolences to her family may be made by visiting: SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Carolyn & Family
    Praying that God will comfort You with His Love.
    With Deepest Sympathy and Love
    Prayer & Love
    Barbara Simms

  • Angie & Family,
    So sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. She was a beautiful lady and had a very interesting life.
    We understand how you feel as we lost our Mother this year in January. Will be remembering you in prayer!
    God Bless
    Cindy Van Wagner-Alt & Tami Spoon

  • Brenda, You are in heaven now. And in good company. I loved you. You were the best boss I ever had. To your family who mourn you now, they know you’re not suffering anymore. You’ve sprung free of these earthly bonds. I will see you later.

  • I was acquainted with Brenda in Vancouver. We met at Chuck’s grocery store when
    they had a seniors group and visited. She also went to church with me a few times.
    I will miss seeing her in the area.

  • I live in Sacramento and worked under Brenda for a few years as a ‘virtual employee.’ As Linda said in a previous post “the best Boss I ever had.” She certainly was that and more. Brenda was truly a ‘people person.’ She was very smart, perceptive, and could get along with anyone. Great organizational skills, and most importantly very empathetic, understood people and situations and had a great sense of humor. I think she was the most liked and even cherished supervisor in our agency. She was the only person I work ed for that I really enjoyed hearing from either by a email or a call.

    A wonder, delightful, women, she will be missed very much.