Adolph Wyatt, 63, of Buffalo, a former employee of Symington-Gould Corp., died Friday (Sept. 15, 2000) in Buffalo General Hospital after a lengthy illness.
Born in Chicago, he moved to Buffalo, where he graduated from Hutchinson-Central High School. In 1957, he took a job with Symington-Gould, a producer of steel castings used in freight cars. He worked for the company for 15 years.
He was drafted into the Army in 1962 and served in Germany for almost two years.
He enjoyed fishing, bowling and playing bingo.
Wyatt is survived by three daughters, Veronica Evans of Golden Valley, Minn., Angel Long and Connie Fulgham; a sister, Judean Eckridge; seven grandchildren; and his longtime companion, Bernice Willis.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in White Rock Missionary Baptist Church, 480 E. Utica St.