Joseph Patrick Wyen

1955 - 2021

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Joseph P. Wyen of Kenton went to heaven on February 6, 2021 at his home surrounded by his loving family. Joe was born on July 26, 1955 to the late George Wyen and Patricia (Kirner) Wyen. On July 22, 1988 he married Tina Nichols and she survives. Joe is also survived by daughter Tara (Brad) Robinson and son Andrew (Ashley Smith) Wyen, five beloved grandchildren, Avienda Murphy, Ayden Wyen, Daylin Robinson, Cole Wyen and Harper Robinson and his four legged companion Molly-Moo. Siblings Linda Spraley, George (Brenda) Wyen, Mary (Jim) Ranly, Roseanne (Tim) Sherman and many many nieces and nephews. Joseph is preceded in death by baby sister Theresa Wyen. Joe retired from Time Warner Cable after 30 years of service where he earned his title "Cable Joe." To know Joe was to love Joe, he was so well loved throughout the communities of Kenton and Minster. Joe lived and breathed Ohio State football even going as far as painting his house scarlet and grey. He was along with Woody and "hated" that team up North. Joe loved to travel and reached 44 states in the little red "Mustang Sally" by his side. He spent many, many hours with his beloved grandchildren, each one having their own special bond. If Joe ever touched your heart, he will always be there. At joe's request there will be no services. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home. Online condolences can be expressed to the family by visiting stout-crates.com


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To : Joe
Date :Monday, February 8th 2021
From : patty Jledley
Joe I was one of the 1st person you meet when you came to Kenton you came in and order a beer at Jerry's Pizza and we were friends from that day on . I never new your last name because you were always Joe the cable man to me you will be miss dear friend until we meet again cheers🍻 Tina my heart breaks for you and the kids



To : Andrew and Family
Date :Monday, February 8th 2021
From : Mrs Hiller Former KHS Teacher
So sorry to read of your dad's passing. Please accept my condolences and know you're in my thoughts at this difficult time. With Sympathy, Mrs. Hiller



To : Tina family
Date :Monday, February 8th 2021
From : PhyllisBarnes Phelps
Tina & family, So very sorry to hear this. Joe was a great neighbor for many years to my parents. Always had an eye on them. He will be remembered. Thinking of you all. Phyllis



To : The Wyen Family
Date :Monday, February 8th 2021
From : Craig and Stacy Sherman
Sharing in your sadness as you remember Joe. He was such a smiley, happy guy who brightened so many peoples lives! Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.



To : Tina and family
Date :Tuesday, February 9th 2021
From : James Jim Dye
Joe was like family, he will be sorely missed. I remember the good times we all had playing darts, listening to music and having some cold ones. Tina and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sorrowful time.



To : The Wyen Family
Date :Tuesday, February 9th 2021
From : Jim and Cindy Liening
So sorry for your loss. As a kid I always enjoyed going to visit my cousins. I always looked up to Joe, being 4 years older Joe always had interesting things to do. Exploring the canal, hunting stories, etc. Joe was the best. I imagine he’s setting at the kitchen table with the rest of the Kirner gang sharing stories.



To : The Entire Wyen Family
Date :Wednesday, February 10th 2021
From : Connie Liening Hirsch
I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Joe was such a Sweet, Kind and Happy guy. I have such wonderful memories growing up with my cousins. Joe was a partner in fun and crime. I'll never forget, once when we were playing aound in the tree over the driveway and Joe fell out and broke his arm. We thought we were in so much trouble. Joe is no longer suffering but will always be watching over his family. Love, Connie



To : The Wyen Family
Date :Wednesday, February 10th 2021
From : Jim and Cindy Liening
So sorry for your loss. As a kid I always enjoyed going to visit my cousins. I always looked up to Joe, being 4 years older Joe always had interesting things to do. Exploring the canal, hunting stories, etc. Joe was the best. I imagine he’s setting at the kitchen table with the rest of the Kirner gang sharing stories.



To : The Wyen Family
Date :Wednesday, February 10th 2021
From : Jim and Cindy Liening
So sorry for your loss. As a kid I always enjoyed going to visit my cousins. I always looked up to Joe, being 4 years older Joe always had interesting things to do. Exploring the canal, hunting stories, etc. Joe was the best. I imagine he’s setting at the kitchen table with the rest of the Kirner gang sharing stories.



To : Tina and family
Date :Thursday, February 11th 2021
From : The Wards
Love and hugs from all of us.



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