Wyatt Andrew Fisher, 3

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AUTRYVILLE

Wyatt Andrew Fisher, age 3 of Autryville, became an Angel with Jesus on Friday, April 27, 2018 at UNC Hospital.

Our precious Wyatt came into our lives as a surprise and was much needed. To know him was to love him. Wyatt had a smile and personality that was infectious. He was so lovable and always happy. Wyatt loved being outside and like most boys, he loved tractors. He, too, loved music. If there was music in a room, he was sure to be dancing. His favorite cartoon character was Mickey Mouse. Luckily, we were able to take him to Disney last year. He was so excited and he had a wonderful time. It will be a vacation to treasure always. Two years after Wyatt was born, his little brother, Waylon, came into our lives. Wyatt loved his brother and wanted him to be included in everything that he did. He was the epitome of a daddy’s boy. Wyatt loved his daddy so much. If daddy was nearby, Wyatt won’t far behind him. He did everything with his daddy and always lended a helping hand. Wyatt loved his mommy, too. He loved helping her in the kitchen and helping her with household chores. He loved going to town. Walmart and Lowes were his favorite stores. He was a giver and a doer. In Wyatt’s three short years, he impacted a lot of people. He softened a lot of hard hearts, he brought people to their knees, he had people who never pray to pray, his story reached thousands of people across the world. Mommy and daddy and brother love you so much and we will see you soon.

Wyatt was born April 9, 2015 in Cumberland County and is survived by his parents, Daryl and Hope Jackson Fisher; brother, Waylon Alan Fisher; grandparents, Dorcas Fisher and Andy and Donna Jackson; great grandparents, Cheryl Beasley and JW and Diane Jackson; uncle, Derek and wife, Rhonda Fisher and children, Makenzie, Madison and Marlee; cousins, Caleb and Alaina; great aunts, Rhonda Autry and children, Miranda, Banks and Braston, and Tamera and husband, Wymon Terrell and child, Little Wymon. He was preceded in death by his aunt, Julie Fisher.

A private service will be held with Reverend J.D. Tew, Bishop Warren Barfield, Sr. and Reverend Bryan Strickland officiating. Entombment will follow.

The family requests no flowers. Memorials may be made to the family to help offset medical costs.

Butler Funeral Home of Roseboro is serving the family.


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Butler Funeral Home, 401 W. Roseboro Street, P.O. Box 638, Roseboro, NC 28382

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