George “Wyatt” Greenleaf III passed away peacefully in Randolph,MA. He was surrounded by his special family of caregivers after suffering with dementia and complications from Covid 19.
He was born on September 20,1946, in Boothbay Harbor ME.
He is predeceased by George W. Greenleaf II and Betty Madeline (Bell) Greenleaf. Wyatt graduated UE highschool in Endicott NY leaving behind true friendships that he valued for years. After graduating he proudly served in the U. S Marines from 1965-69. His final assignment was in Portsmouth N. H. Naval Prison.
Wyatt spent his working career in beverage sales at Pepsi-Cola in Binghamton and later at Coca-Cola bottling in Oneonta.
Wyatt surrounded himself with like minded people of all kinds and always with a smile on his face. He carried himself with integrity, compassion, strength and had an amazing sense of humor. Always with a story to tell and willingness to lend a hand to anyone in need.
Wyatt is survived by his loving wife Karen of 35 yrs, 4 daughters; ,Temple , Brandy, Lacee and Meghan. He was predeceased by a daughter Noelle Leonard. He leaves behind his brother Chuck (Lynne),Ocean City, MD. Brother in-laws Jack and Mike McAndrew and sister in-laws Debbie Blew, , Annette Muska , Maureen McAndrew and many nieces and nephews. Grandsons, Vaughn, Brando, and Hagan, and granddaughter, Lilly Greenleaf Henry
He was a true gentleman who loved life, children, and family. He carried himself with compassion, and strength and an amazing sense of humor, always having a story to tell, willing to lend a hand to anyone in need.
Prior to his illness Wyatt’s hobby was building street rods having a talent and love for working with his hands. He will be sadly missed by many.
There will be a mass of Christian burial at 12 noon on August 14th at St Matthews Lutheran Church, Laurens NY with Military Honors following.