Nature 21

Wyatt Reed Lobato

January 1, 2006 ~ October 31, 2021 (age 15)


Wyatt Reed Lobato was born in Denver, Colorado on January 1st, 2006 to Anthony Lobato and Natalie Hernandez. Wyatt has five siblings, Vaughan Lobato, Leo Lobato, Izzie Sisneros, Sevyn Garner, & Nyla Garner. Wyatt has 2 step parents Sly Mondragon and Keyna Sisneros.

Wyatt spent all of his time living life to fullest. Wyatt loved spending time with his huge family. Some of his favorite things he liked to do were playing sports, going fishing, traveling, exploring the outdoors, playing with his siblings whether it was video games or stuffed animals. Wyatt always made time for his younger siblings and cousins. Most teenagers are too busy with their friends or other things but Wyatt made the time. Wyatt was so great with his little brother Sevyn who has Autism. Wyatt never treated anyone any different than the person they were. Wyatt had just got his driving permit a few months ago and decided to become an organ donor. Wyatt was a selfless person. Wyatt always put other people first before himself.

Wyatt was a sophomore at Smoky Hill High School. His favorite classes consisted of cooking and auto shop. He loved to cook just like my mom. Most school days would consist of Wyatt and I walking together to and from school. I would wake up super early every morning just so I could wake him up on time for school. Wyatt wasn’t really a morning person. And when I woke him up, he always looked a little groggy.  He would stare at the floor for a good 20 minutes before even standing up and moving just to get in the shower and spend another 20-30 minutes taking a shower but once he got out of the shower his hair looked like no other. I always made sure that Wyatt left our home as safe as possible.

Wyatt and I loved to walk together whether it was to and from school every day, to the park to play football or basketball, or to walk on the beach. Wyatt and I would always walk on a specific side. Me on the Right and Wyatt on the left. Wyatt and I had so many amazing memories together but one that stands out from the rest was the night Wyatt and I walked along the beach in Seaside, Oregon together. While Wyatt and I walked along this beach we found so many sand dollars and stepped on so many crab heads. While all of this was happening, I glanced at him just to see Wyatt so happy and carefree. Of course, he was smiling like he always did.

Wyatt and I created an unbreakable bond. Wyatt and I always went on adventures together. We had walked to Target on October 23, 2021. We had never walked this far in our lives but he was down for it. We did so many cool things that night and that night will never be forgotten. Wyatt would always spend so much time on the little things in life. He never took those things for granted. He never looked passed those things. He cherished all of the little things and that is what made him such a happy person.

Wyatt was just a very unique human being. What made Wyatt so unique was the fact that he had his own style. He never dressed like anyone else. He dressed like how he wanted and that is what mattered to him. He was a leader not a follower. Wyatt was the most handsome person from head to toe. From his luscious hair that my mom would help him put in a ponytail sometimes to his black and white vans, he looked and dressed like no one else except for his Pompo. Wyatt even wore my Pompos clothes.  He wore his flannels, his wind breakers, his cargo pants, same color shoes, and a hat. No teenager I know wears his grandfather’s clothes but Wyatt did. With all of that put together, Wyatt made his own trend while admiring our Pompo.

Wyatt would always adventure whether it was with someone he knew and loved or by himself. He loved the outdoors and nature. He loved going by the water, he loved hunting for frogs, he loved fishing, and he loved running around in the grass. Wyatt would make his own fishing pole with just a stick and fishing line. Wyatt loved walking sticks. Wyatt especially loved music. He loved listening to classic rock just like me and my dad. One of his favorite bands is the Doors. I would always hear him listening to the Doors because he would blast the Doors so loud so he wouldn’t hear anything else. My Dad and I were so happy and proud when he started listening to this music. Wyatt was always trying new things. And if Wyatt followed anyone else it would be the people that he loved the most. That is what made Wyatt such a gifted person. He didn’t care what people thought of him. He even told me face to face to do the same. He never complained about anything, he never talked back, he never did anything wrong, he never said anything bad or hurtful, he never wasted any time of his own, and he always cherished every single person he loved in his life.

Wyatt had great friends. His friends meant so much to him. He would always talk about them and how he would always have a good time whenever he was around them. His friends always knew what to do in order to make him happy. Whenever Wyatt was around his friends he had the biggest smile and always had fun and that’s what matters.

Wyatt was such a good person and you could see it on any photo he was in. I can keep going on and on and talking about so many memories of him but there is just too many to count. There is one thing for sure. His smile was the best thing I’ve ever seen in my whole entire life. He would smile every single day. We can’t even comprehend why he had to leave at such a young age. Wyatt will forever be loved and cherished in all of our hearts. Wyatt, you meant everything to me, you are the best brother and I will never ever forget that. I love you so Wyatt. Just keep smiling.

Love your brother, Vaughan Anthani Lobato

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November 5, 2021

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Healing Place Church
3599 East Bridge Street
Brighton, CO 80601

Funeral Service
November 6, 2021

11:00 AM
The Healing Place Church
3599 East Bridge Street
Brighton, CO 80601

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