Samuel A. Teolis, Supervisor | Carmella M. Teolis, Funeral Director

Joshua M. Wymer, 39

Joshua M. Wymer, 39, formerly of Ellport and Ellwood City passed away on Saturday, February 17th, 2024 at Continuing Health Care of Niles in Niles, Ohio following an extended illness.

Joshua was born on April 26th, 1984 in Ellwood City to the late Donald R. Wymer and Terri (Gallagher) Wymer. While living in the Ellwood City area Josh had worked at Pizza Joe’s as a cook and later at Precision Metals as a custodian.

Josh is survived by his mother Terri, brother Donald R. Wymer III of Pittsburgh, grandmother Nancy (Kennedy) Britton, and Uncle Edward “Buster” (Marilyn) Wymer of Ellport.

There will not be a public service. The cremation is entrusted to the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory Inc..

3 Comments

  • Jack Womer Posted February 19, 2024 3:57 pm

    Joshua was a Resident of mine. He was a young man that liked to laugh and play games. He has left memories of the short time I knew him. Joshua is in a better place now. Joshua rest in peace. Play your games in heaven. One day I will learn to play and when we meet again I will play against you.

  • keirsten lawrence Posted February 19, 2024 4:01 pm

    Joshua was a resident of mine since December. Getting to know him was a pleasure. He was silly and always willing to make people laugh with his jokes. We talked about wrestling, video games, and some of his favorite TikTok influencers. He will be missed greatly. One day we will meet again and get to talk more about Mick Foley.

  • Lyndy Collins Posted February 21, 2024 1:44 pm

    Josh was a resident I took care of, and we talked about all kinds of things from tic tocks to the different 3d printed reptiles he would get next to the way he missed his dad ever so much and how he was the greatest coolest man to have ever lived. Josh, you still owe me a game of Mario Kart by the way. And hey you never told me you worked at a pizza place…no wonder you scoffed at the pizza on pizza days!! I hope you are happy and free now Josh. Someday we will meet again, until then rest in peace. Memory Eternal.

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