Richard “Rick” Bryan Enyart
”1966 - 2010”

    ......"He walks with us down quiet paths,
    And speaks in wind and rain,
    For the magic power of memory,
    Gives him back to us again."
      ~ Author: Unknown

    Richard “Rick” Bryan Enyart

      Richard “Rick” Bryan Enyart, 44, Miami was pronounced dead on November 2, 2010 in Miami, OK.
      Rick was born February 26, 1966 in Tulsa, OK the son of Richard Dale and Jane Sue (Lewis) Enyart. Rick owned and operated a farm. He was a 1984 graduate of Wyandotte High School where he was an outstanding athlete. While attending NEO A&M College in Miami, he was a punter and kicker for the NEO Norsemen from 1984-1986. Rick graduated from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, with a Bachelor’s Degree. . Rick enjoyed hunting, fishing spending time in the outdoors, and working. He was a member of the Wyandotte United Methodist Church.
      Rick married Kathy (Kimbrell) December 30, 1988 in Oaks, OK and she survives.
      Additional survivors include his parents, Richard and Jane Enyart, Wyandotte; one son Erik Enyart, of the home; one daughter, Kristen Enyart, of the home currently attending Oklahoma State University; two sisters, Rachelle Weisinger, Wyandotte and her children Morgan & Mitchell; Rhonda Stork, Webb City, and her husband Kurt and their children Jacob, Logan and Abby.
      Rick was preceded in death by his grandparents Eucled and Elnora Enyart and George and Opal Lewis; his uncle Ellis Enyart.
      Funeral services under the personal direction of Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca will be held at 10:00 AM, Friday, November 5, 2010, at the Wyandotte Gym with Pastor Gary Rhodes officiating. Burial will be in the Wyandotte Cemetery with Greg Burleson, Mike Clapp, Doyle Kinsey, Russell McCloud, Robbie White, and Ron White serving as pallbearers.
      Resource:Miami News Record, Oklahoma (Nov 2010)

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