Wyatt Tucker Roseman
”1999 - 2023”

    Wyatt Tucker Roseman

    It Will Never Be Goodbye…
    If I should go tomorrow
    It would never be goodbye,
    For I have left my heart with you,
    So don’t you ever cry.
    The love that’s deep within me,
    Shall reach you from the stars,
    You’ll feel it from the heavens,
    And it will heal the scars.
      Author Unknown

      Wyatt Tucker Roseman 24 of Eagle Mountain, Utah passed away surrounded by loved ones at his home on December 15, 2023 after a courageous battle with bile duct cancer.
      Wyatt was born in Provo, Utah on August 18, 1999 to his loving parents Tucker and Sarah Roseman. He was the second of five children.
      Wyatt attended kindergarten and first grade at Hobble Creek Elementary in Mapleton, Utah and second through sixth grade at Brookside Elementary in Springville, Utah. He attended both Springville Junior High and Mapleton Junior High during his seventh through ninth grade years. For most high school, he attended Maple Mountain High School in Spanish Fork, Utah. He then graduated from Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, Utah in 2017.
      Wyatt enjoyed many sports growing up but was a remarkable baseball player. He also had an appreciation for the outdoors. One could almost always find him outside whether he was hiking with loved ones, on hunting and fishing trips with dad, or playing night games with his neighborhood friends.
      Wyatt dove directly into the workforce after graduation demonstrating resilience and a strong work ethic. His commitment to hard work has left a lasting impact on those around him. He was an outstanding car salesman and finance manager. His passion and intelligence earned him many awards and honors within the company’s he dedicated himself to.
      Wyatt married Kennedy Green, the love of his life, on December 26, 2022 at a private ceremony. Later they celebrated their marriage surrounded by loved ones on June 12, 2023. Wyatt not only was a loving husband, but a loving father to three beautiful children Scarlett (4), Atlas (2), and Matilda (4 months). His children meant the world to him. He couldn’t have been prouder of each of them.
      Wyatt will always be remembered for his goofy fun-loving personality; he could make anyone laugh. He was strong-willed, passionate, and dedicated in every aspect of his life. He had amazing confidence and could always be caught flexing in any mirror he walked past. During his battle with cancer he showed tremendous strength, courage, and resilience. He demonstrated a bravery not many could in the face of such pain and hardship. Wyatt will always be remembered as a “Legend”.
      Wyatt is survived by his loving wife Kennedy Roseman, his three beautiful children Scarlett (4), Atlas (2), Matilda (4 months), Parents Tucker and Sarah Roseman, Siblings Jerrica Sperry and her husband Makay Sperry, Annika Roseman, Hallie Roseman, and Cody Roseman.
      Preceded in death by Grandfather Micheal Crowe, Great Grandmothers Mazel Zundel and Shirley Roseman.
      Resource: Gah-Yah-Tont

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