Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Wallace “Wally” Lee Edgar Byars, IV, age 22, of Andrews, the husband of April Louise Cox Byars, departed this life Sat., Aug. 23, 2014.
Wally was born the son of Wallace Edgar Lee Byars III and Dawn Jannice (Todd Michael) Domenech on July 18, 1992 in Voorhees, NJ. He was a graduate of Georgetown High School and was employed with SafeRack.
He attended Wayne United Methodist Church for 8 years where he was baptized as a young boy. He attended Rock Pentecostal Holiness Church where he served in the youth program and was a member of the drama team.
He loved to fish, skateboard, playing pool, watching movies and football, and playing golf with his grandfather.
He greatest enjoyment and passion was spending time with his family and helping people in need.
He leaves behind: his parents; his wife; a son, Maddux Lee Byars; and his daughter, Emma Rose Byars (arriving Nov. 13, 2014.)
He also leaves behind: two brothers, Brandon Michael Domenech and Matthew Byars; and four sisters, Kimberly Dawn Weatherspoon, Alyssa Nicole Byars, Jessica Byars, and Amanda Byars. Also, his paternal grandmother, Virginia C. Wolf; his grandfather, Lyle William Wetzel; his grandmother, Jaquiline A. Domenech; and his in-laws, Robert D. (Zonda) Cox.
He was predeceased by: his paternal grandfather, Edward A. Wolf; and his maternal grandparents, James McClellan Carroll and Jean Carolyn Carroll.
A Celebration of Life Service will be at 6 p.m., Thurs., Aug. 28, 2014, at the Rock Pentecostal Holiness Church directed by the Georgetown Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home.
The Byars family will receive family and friends immediately after the service in the church sanctuary.
A Committal Service will be at 11 a.m, Fri., Aug. 29, 2014 at the Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens.
McKenzie Funeral Home is honored to serve the Byars and Cox family.
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