"BUTCH WYSE" is what they called him
Clarence Almond Wyse "Butch" was born on July 23, 1945 to the late Clarence and Ruth Wyse. His brother preceded him in death as an infant.
Butch was educated in the Philadelphia Public School System. He attended BOK High School. He worked a variety of jobs and retired from Progress Lighting. Butch was a member of Greater St. Matthew's Baptist Church. Butch married the love of his life Deborah Christine and they had four beautiful children. Deborah preceded him in death. Butch loved his in-laws like his own siblings.
Butch was born and raised in South Philly, 20th and Tasker Street. He was known in his youth years to hang around 20th and Wilder Street and His older years around Point Breeze (Cassie Hollie Center). This was his favorite Pastime.
Butch was one of the best dressed men in South Philly; Sharper than a nail and a fly OG. He acquired over 100 pairs of shoes, 50+ hats, 10+ furs and an abundance of outfits. (And you never saw him in Jeans, sweat suits or sneakers). His favorite saying was ''Awight... Solid and you dig; ended with a cool laugh".
Butch was a loving father, grand-pop and pop-pop. He enjoyed family gatherings and spending quality time with his family. He also enjoyed the outings with his friends and special brother (from another mother).
Butch will be sadly missed by his children, Doreen (John) Brown, Duana (Carmen) Wyse, Dionne Bracley, Bernard (Wendy) Lawton and Darren Wyse. Seventeen grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren. Two sister-in-laws Dolline and Harriet Moore. Three brother-in-laws Elliot, Donnie and Keith Moore. Two Special brothers Wilburn Carrington and Fareed Imed. Bonus Grandson Jaden and a special friend Lucy. A host of Family and Friends.