Wyatt Alexander Loken

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Wyatt Alexander Loken earned his angel wings on October 27, 2022 after battling a multitude of challenges caused by an extremely rare genetic condition, Myofibrillar myopathy-8.  Wyatt was born December 9, 2018 to Christopher Michael and Rachael Desiree Loken.

From his birth, Wyatt Alexander embodied his namesake as “brave at war”.  Wyatt’s fighting spirit, spunky personality, and lover’s heart was contagious and emulated by everyone he met.  He communicated through funny faces and the most expressive big brown eyes.  Wyatt had a strong love for bubbles, walks on cloudy days, giving and getting all the cuddles and kisses, bath time and prepping for bed, watching golf and football, only the best kid’s movies and shows, and too many book adventures to count.  Wyatt treasured his time with special friends Christa Rice, Meika Towns, and Kalyn Spann.       

Wyatt is survived by parents Chris and Rachael, brother Nathaniel “Nate” Loken, Grandma Michelle Mullen, Grandparents Michael “Mike” and Brenda Loken, and a wealth of aunts, uncles, and cousins.  Wyatt was greeted in heaven by Grandpa Brett Mullen, Great-Grandpa Joseph “Joe” Mullen, Great-Grandma Carrie Mullen-Gorka, Great-Grandparents Claude and Betty Tallent, and Great-Grandparents Wilbur “Stub” and Doris Loken.

A Celebration of Life will be 1:00 PM, March 4, 2023 at the Loken Family Home in West End, NC.

Powell Funeral Home is serving the Loken Family

Condolences on line at pinesfunerals.com

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  1. I loved his little laugh that his Daddy taught him to do. He’d always laugh at the funny things his Mommy did. The world will be poorer for the loss of that laugh.

  2. I will miss our time blowing bubbles on the porch and watching movies together.. You are my “Strong and Brave Little Angel”
    Grandma Mullen

  3. Remembering those beautiful eyes , and the blessing of our meeting , What playful Angel always , Blessed Be

  4. I can’t express enough how I loved this little guy. His sense of humor is one of his best qualities aside from his strength. So thankful for him and his wonderful family. I’m going to miss those eyes and that little smirk that you had to be lucky enough to catch. I’m going to miss you so much! However, I’m happy you get to rest and be a guardian over those you love. Thank you for shining your light in my life. 🥰😘

  5. Wyatt was a shining light and will never be forgotten. Lots of wonderful memories. Kisses and hugs.

  6. This little guy has keep my secret, watched me dance, listen to me sing; off key. I’m going to miss his eye screaming, eye rolling, and most of all the love he gave with his eyes because those big beautiful eyes never told no lies. He has given me and my family stories for a life time. 😎Rest now😎 we’ll meet again. 🥰🌻

  7. So grateful we got to spend some time with Wyatt this past April. It amazed me at how tenacious he was when it came to what movie he wanted to watch…I found out the hard way when I didn’t pick his choice (Disneys “Cars”) and boy did Wyatt let me have it! We’ll miss ya buddy and I’m sure you’re up in heaven blowing all kinds of bubbles right now!

  8. Sincere condolences to your family during this difficult time. You’re in my family’s prayers.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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