Because of his love for city, Marine's family wants him buried at National Cemetery

Flowers decorate a grave at the Chattanooga National Cemetery after the 2015 Memorial Day program.
photo David Wyatt was identified as the third victim, The Tennessean reported. Wyatt was originally from Russellville, Arkansas, and was married with two children.

The route:

-- Start from Church on Old Hixson Pike (Hixson United Methodist Church 5301 Old Hixson Pike) -- From there: Hixson Pike -- From there: 153 South -- From there: Dupont Parkway -- From there: Amnicola HWY -- From there: Wilcox BLVD -- From there: Holtzclaw -- Enter on Holtzclaw side of the cemetery

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. David Allen Wyatt, one of five servicemen who died in last week's assault at local military buildings, will be laid to rest in the Chattanooga National Cemetery.

Wyatt's obituary, released Monday afternoon, said he leaves behind his wife of 10 1/2 years, a son and a daughter, as well as his mother, father, stepparents, two brothers, four sisters and four brothers-in-law.

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