Margaret “Smith” Wyatt

April 22, 1936 - April 16, 2021
Roper Mountain Baptist Church
300 Roper Mountain Road
Greenville, SC 29615
Tuesday 4/20, 1:00 pm

Margaret Wyatt, 84, wife of the late James Arthur Wyatt, died Friday, April 16, 2021. Born in Greenwood, SC, she was the daughter of the late Ed and Lula Calicutt Smith. Mrs. Wyatt was a faithful member of Roper Mountain Baptist Church. She loved the Lord and served Him by serving others. She worked atContinue Reading

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Shelby and Neil Martin left a message on May 11, 2021:
Toni, so sorry we did not know of Margaret's passing for several days! She and Jim were special and always kind and caring. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to you and your family with our love.
Amanda Wood left a message on April 20, 2021:
My children and I had the privilege of delivering a weekly meal to Ms. Margaret each Friday for Meals on Wheels. She was always a bright spot on our route. Ms. Margaret loved her family and was so very proud of each member. She glowed as she often spoke of them. Her daughter, Toni was an answer to years of prayers. I loved hearing her share her heartfelt memories. Ms. Margaret also loved her sweet cat who she lovingly dubbed, Fat Molly. Her humor and gentleness were present each time we met. She will definitely be missed by my family. We, however rejoice at knowing we will see her again in heaven.
Rebecca Lloyd left a message on April 18, 2021:
I did not have the privilege of meeting Margaret. But her daughter Toni, has been one of my most inspiring mentors. So I can only imagine what a Godly Woman, Mother, Grandmother and Friend Margaret must have been. Can’t wait to meet her on the other side!
Andy Hagler left a message on April 18, 2021:
Wish the family peace in knowing she is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Praying for all of you.
Mary Ellen Smith left a message on April 18, 2021:
Back in 1962 when we were moving to Greenville, we stayed with Margaret and Jim until our house was ready for us to move into it. They continued through the years to be good smaritians to us and everyone they met. Jim was the social one and Margaret was the quiet one who completely supported him, the perfect couple. Margaret was such a sweet patient until her very last breath. I'm looking forward to the day we can meet again. Love and prayers for the family.
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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