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He left a lasting mark on his friends at New Hope church. They remembered him as a generous man who had served in Iraq and looked out for other Army families coping with deployments to the Middle East “He was a dad first and foremost, and a soldier second,” said Andrea Wright, 28, of University Place. Wright learned of Sgt. Wyrick’s death Monday from the soldier’s wife, Rachel Wyrick. They became close friends several years ago when Wright’s husband was assigned to Lewis-McChord. “He was a real passionate dad who joined the Army to support his family,” Livingston said. Another friend remembered SSGT Wyrick as a “gung ho” soldier who never had a bad word to say about others.

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