Monday, February 4, 2013

Joseph V. Wyman

Joseph V. Wyman, age 68, of  Orlando, FL, passed away Thursday, January 31st ,2013.   He was born in Lansing, MI the son of the late Joseph  and Lauraine (Stone) Wyman.  He moved to Central Florida from Michigan in the 70's and was employed as a truck driver. 

Joseph leaves to cherish his memory, Stella (Galvis) Wyman of Orlando;  daughter, Thrisha Wyman, of N. Carolina; sister, Marcella Wyman, of Lansing, MI;  and  brother, Fred Wyman, of Winter Haven, FL.  The family will be receiving friends from 12:00 until 2:00 pm on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at Dobbs Funeral Home.  A Mass of Christian Burial will follow visitation at 2:00 pm with Father Bedoya officiating.


Anonymous said...

I’m sorry for the loss of a family member and friend. To give comfort I would like to give a
message from God’s Word the Bible. It’s heartbreaking that the ones who, we loved have passed away and it’s only natural that we yearn to see them again. Well the Bible teaches at (Ecclesiastes 9:6, 10) that the dead are conscious of nothing at all. And since the dead cannot know, feel, or experience anything, they cannot help the living. But mentioned at (John 5:28, 29) Most people who have died will be resurrected, in harmony with God’s original purpose, those resurrected as humans will have the opportunity to live on a paradise earth. (Psalm37:29).And please remember that the true God “Jehovah “will get rid of death cause Jehovah is stronger than death. (Psalm 83:18) and (Isaiah 25:8) I hope this gives comfort to family and friends.

M Jones said...

There is no pain as great as losing a dear love one in death. But, you can endure it with the help of our heavenly Father, Jehovah God.-Psalms 83:18. We can also find comfort in knowing what Jesus promises about those who have fallen asleep in death, he says, there will be a resurrection, restoring them back to eternal life on the future paradise earth and reuniting families; what a wonderful blessing awaiting mankind.-Psalms 26:19;Acts 24:15; John 11:11-44; Psalms 37:29. May God continue to comfort and bless your family.-Isaiah 66:13.