Richard “Dick” Wyman

September 25, 1954 ‒ September 11, 2020

Butler, Ohio

BUTLER: Richard “Dick” Wyman passed away in his home Friday, September 11, 2020.

He was born September 25, 1954 in Cleveland to parents Bernard and Renee (Camin) Wyman. He graduated from Brush high school and continued to stay in touch with his childhood friends after graduation.  Dick attended Ohio State University and quickly moved into diverse employments that included working for concert promotions and computer consulting in Ohio and Florida.  .

Dick’s talent for music was one of his greatest gifts.  Those that knew him has likely seen him with his guitar in hand and has heard ‘that voice’.  He attended the North Bend Church of the Brethren in Butler and was active in anything that pertained to music. A man of great faith, he would engage anyone in a conversation about his love for our Father.  His final weeks were spent making sure that those he loved understood that he was ‘going home’ and it all good.

Dick loved Fishing with a capitol F.  Any chance that he had, he would be on a local lake or Lake Erie chasing the elusive Big One. Most conversations with Dick regardless of friend or stranger, would end up with fishing stories.

Dick’s love affair with grandchildren was undeniable.  Although he was the ornery grandpa and a practical jokester, he cherished the time spent with them, teaching them and would always end the visit with laughter.

He is survived by his loving wife Connie (Crunkilton) Wyman whom he married in May 2002; daughter Renee (Corey) Johnston, Florida; step-sons Adam Parks and Andy (Katie) Parks.  Grandchildren Jude Johnston, Reed Johnston, Cash Johnston, Alexis Parks, Alleah Parks, Abby Parks, Aiden Parks and Cora Parks.  Sister Penny Wyman and many extended family and dear friends. Dick was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service honoring Dick’s life will be held Monday, September 21, 2020 in North Bend Church of the Brethren, Butler Ohio and will begin at 11 am. Pastor Patrick Bailey will officiate. Contributions to the Royal Family Kids Camp, (c/o North Bend Church of the Brethren) may be brought or sent to the funeral home.

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  • I was so sorry to hear this. He is definitely a very special person and was loved by many. He was always laughing every time we saw him. Our church will always have an empty space now that nobody else will be able to fill.

  • So enjoyed meeting Dick through his music ministry at church. Our deepest sympathy sent to his loving family.

  • So sorry about Dick. Your in our thoughts and prayers. Deepest Sympathy to the Family! RIP Dick!

  • Connie and family, so sorry to hear about Dicks passing such amazing person and very talented musician,sending our Thoughts and Prayers.

  • Dear Connie & Family,
    Very deeply saddened by this heartbreaking news. We will all miss Dick as well as his beautiful gift of welcoming in the Spirit through praise and worship.
    May you feel God’s presence, peace and consolation in the midst of your sorrow.
    May God bless you all as you are lifted prayerfully to the One who has secured Dick’s future by His promise of eternal life for those in Christ Jesus.

  • I am saddened by my cousin Dickie’s death. We were both at OSU together & had some great times back in those days! Marc, Dick & I let lose in Cols., OH, now you are both gone, save me a seat cuz! In the years since we rarely saw each other but when we did laughter prevailed. I will always remember Dick with great fondness & a few giggles over our antics.
    I regret because of Covid-19 & our susceptibility, we are currently “sheltering in place” & can not travel to be physically be with you, but we are there with you in spirit.
    I will fondly remember Dick all the days of my life.
    Rest well Dick.

    Scott Wyman & family

  • I am very sad about the death of DIckie. He was a neighbor a smiling kid that I remembered from the neighborhood I grew up on the next street. My condolences to the family.

  • I remember Dick from my days at Brush (graduated in 1971), and playing sports years prior including Little League. He always had that heart warming smile and friendly disposition. A great teammate. Sending hugs from Virginia Beach.

  • I am very saddened to hear about Dick, he left his family and friends too soon. I recall after moving to South Euclid in the 3rd grade, I was lead into my new classroom at Rowland elementary and introduced to the students. I was assigned a desk and a handsome boy named Dickie got up from his desk and pulled my desk chair out for me to sit like a little gentleman. He was always friendly and well liked. Condolences to his family and may he rest in peace.💐

  • Oh Connie,

    We know Dick was the love of your life and yours will never be the same without him here. I pray that you are comforted each day by the love of Jesus and others so that you know loved you are. Dick was such a joy to be around and I loved to hear him play the guitar. I was honored to play with him one time. What a great smile and love for life that Dick had.

    Your video shows your love for each other. May you treasure those memories and may they comfort you until you meet again. Love you!

    Tim, Melanie and Destiny Bittinger

  • Connie & family,
    We are so sad to hear of Dick’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will miss seeing him and his happy good nature.

  • Very sorry to hear about dicky.jay it’s been awhile.55 year s or close to it miss all my family from the 60s and 70s i remember the early days 64 to 75.i send my deepest condolences to you and.all.479-285-6959.any time .