Wyatt McNulty (1973 - 2012)

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Wyatt McNulty
2/27/1973 - 10/31/2012

Wyatt McNulty was born February 27, 1973 in Roseville, California.
Wyatt PROUDLY and BRAVELY served our country in the U.S. Army for 11 years. He served in Kosovo, Iraq, and Korea. Wyatt didn't have any injuries that you could see with your eyes but inside he had a battle in his mind. He suffered also severe head and back aches from a tank hatch that fell on his head. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder he battled daily and silently and quietly. He went through treatment, counseling, and tried many many different ways of fighting this battle in his mind. October 31, 2012 he lost his last and final battle with the physical, mental and emotional agony. Like so many other BRAVE soldiers he wanted the war to end and he took his own life.
You were only 39 Wyatt and we all stood on the sidelines watching you give so much to this country. You paid much too high a price and this country was blessed to have you. Up until your last moments, God alone only knows how much you struggled with the terror while on duty in the Army. Rest in peace dear friend, you deserve it. We are SO PROUD to have known Wyatt. We will never forget you.
Wyatt leaves behind his wife, Jennifer; and son, Cameron (16); daughter, Chyanne (13). He also leaves behind his mother, Sheral and step-father Roger Cornwell; brother, Shane Smith; sister, Sara Stamas; brother-in-law, Thomas; sister-in-law, Rebecca and their families. He also leaves many loving aunts and uncles and numerous family members.
Services to be held Wednesday November 7, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Real Life Ministries, 1866 N. Cecil Rd., Building 2, Post Falls, Idaho.
Visit Wyatt's online memorial at www.englishfuneralchapel.com
Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Nov. 8, 2012