Stephen Marshall Wyman

stephen wyman

June 16, 1934 ~ January 23, 2021

Born in: San Mateo, Ca
Resided in: Marietta, Ga

Stephen Marshall Wyman was born on June 16, 1934 in San Mateo California. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, the city where he grew up, nurtured many of the passions that he carried with him throughout his life.

Stephen graduated from Penn State University in 1956 where he met and married his bride and constant companion over the next 63 years, Mary Elizabeth Wyman. Stephen’s career in Radio and Newspaper advertising took him and his family to major media markets. He worked for The New York Herald Tribune before moving to Miami to work for The Miami Herald. He then moved into Radio and assumed a management position with WGBS in Miami. His next move was to Chicago as Station Manager for WEAW. Moving to Atlanta, he worked with WRNG as Advertising Sales Manager. He completed his career as an industry HeadHunter establishing the firm, Wyman and Associates.

Long time member of The Indian Hills Country Club, Stephen was a passionate golfer. He was also an avid reader and a lover of great music, especially Broadway.

Stephen leaves behind a legacy of love, humor, and friendship. He is survived by his wife Mary, his brother William, his four children, Gregory, Elizabeth, Stephanie and Adrienne, their spouses, Tara, Dwight, and Don, his eight grandchildren Brittany, Marshall, Matthew, John, Alexandra, Stephen, Joe and Harry, and five great grandchildren.

Stephen passed away surrounded by his loving family on January 23, 2021.

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  1. Stephanie Wyman Yates says:

    I will love you forever,
    I’ll like you for always,
    As long as I am living
    my Daddy you’ll be!

  2. Liz Wyman Houser says:

    How do I say goodbye my Dad, the man who has been by my side throughout my entire life. My memories of my father are the memories of my life, completely intertwined. Thanksgivings, Christmas, birthdays weddings, childbirth, the kids activities & sporting events, he was there. Recovering from surgery, it was my Dad who nursed me back to health. He was the biggest flirt and never missed a chance to make an off colored joke or snarky remark. His hugs and kisses were the best! To say I was blessed to live close by is an understatement. His unconditional love & crazy sense of humor will always be with me. The thought of not having him by my side is overwhelming. With the birth of my daughter , his first grandchild, he promised me he would give up his vices so he would be around to see his granddaughter grow up and he did!!Dad had a great relationship with my husband, both on and off the golf course. He was thrilled to see his great grandchildren because family was the most important thing to my father. He was well read, intelligent, funny, and a role model to his grandchildren. He loved playing golf, reading, music, movies, theater, searching for golf balls, and dropping everything anytime I needed him. Tough on the outside, he had a heart of gold. He loved my mother for 66 years. Always my rock, trusted advisor & best friend. On his final day of functioning, he mustered the energy to call all his grandchildren, ending the day by holding & kissing his great grandson for one last time. I will always love him, miss him but never forget the greatest father who shared my life.

  3. Debbie Zefting says:

    Uncle Steve, you will be missed. Your smiles, your jokes and just being an uncle. I am glad we had the chance to spend more time together when we moved to Atlanta. I’m so glad that Megan and Chris got to know you. I know you will still be watching over your growing family. Keep smiling. XXOO

    • Ken Kralick says:

      I’ll forever cherish the memories of all those good times with you at family get-togethers, Steve. You will be missed, dearly.

  4. Ed and Karen Harman says:

    Thinking of your family. Prayers for all.may his memory bring you peace

  5. William K Waldron says:

    He was a character! He was great to be around. He and my Dad played golf together many times over the years. He will be missed at IHCC!

  6. Sarah wise says:

    I have fond memories of your Dad. Praying for the ones left behind, the memories will live on.

  7. Bill Alvarez says:

    God Bless the Entire Wyman family and all the offspring….This man left a legacy of respect and hard work ethics that will continue for generations to come.

    Love to All ….Bill Robin and the entire Alvarez Family

  8. Mary Agostinelli says:

    God bless Uncle Steve and the entire Wyman family.

  9. Trebba Putnam says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss.
    I am praying for you and your family.

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