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Erma Mae Wyatt

Visitation:
Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Visitation Location:
Wesley-Smith Chapel United Methodist, 29779 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390

Service:
Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm

Service Location:
Wesley-Smith Chapel United Methodist, 29779 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390

Interment:
Wesley-Smith Chapel


Memorials/Donations
Donations may be made payable to donor's choice in care of Pitman Funeral Home, P.O. Box 248, Wentzville, Missouri 63385.

Obituary
Erma Mae Brandt-Wyatt (aka Aunt Jane) was 90 years old, when she received her official Angel Wings at 10:10 PM September 21, 2019. She was surrounded by her loving children Eric and Mona. With her health failing Erma Mae resided with her daughter Mona in St Louis Mo until the Lord called her home. Erma Mae was born in Wright City, MO on June 13, 1929. She attended Gipson Elementary School and was bused to Franklin High School in St Charles MO (this school is now a historical landmark). She earned her high school diploma. Little known facts about Erma she was a runner she taught Eric all his running skills. She was the seamstress of the community. Erma made all the outfits for the Black Afro American Square Dancers of Wright City elementary school who became “State Champions”. She was also known for helping out many family and friends in the community. Her favorite hobbies were gardening, cooking, winning at bingo and she loved to recycle cans from all the neighbors. Erma Mae has several years of marital adventures with Clarence Wyatt. Erma Mae worked as a domestic manager-housekeeping for 30 years. Her next career was with the famous Big Boys Restaurant for 17 years showing off her baking skills. Matter of fact people came from miles around to purchase her delicious pies. She was most known for her banana cream, coconut cream, lemon meringue and scrumptious peach cobbler. In between her careers she cleaned the church for 61 years. She was a dedicated usher and Communion Stewart (she had partaken in many of the children being baptized on J road) for Wesley Smith Chapel. Erma was a true “Brandt”, for those that knew her and for those that didn’t she was a no-nonsense person, keeping it real…if you wanted her opinion. Erma was a TRUE solider working on the battlefield for her Lord in the community of Wright City. WE HAD A WONDERFUL MOTHER! Erma Mae leaves to cherish her precious memories two devoted children son Eric Brandt (Connie) Clarksville, TN, daughter Ramona, (St Louis MO), one sister Vera Brandt (Chicago, IL). Granddaughter Tyshawna, Grandsons Eric II (Jacklyn), Wyatt, and Seth. Great-Grandchildren Ryan, Dejah, Martavious, Talia, Kamilah, Rochelle, Reggie, Joseph, Ja’Sha, Jaide, Jasmyne, and James. Great-Great-GrandChildren Julian, Messiah and Kaleena, Erma Mae is preceded in death by her father Porter Brandt, mother Helen Brandt, five brothers, Paul, Henry (Red), Harold (Pee Wee), Calloway (Tippy), Frank, two sisters Francis, Carol (Little Sissy), son Andre and daughter Paula (Niecy) and a host of other family and friends.

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