• Virtual Memorial

    Feb 13, 2022, 10:00 AM US/Central

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Brandie Duncan-Joyner

Wesley Heath Duncan

February 03, 1979 - February 08, 2022

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Wesley Heath Duncan. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer all of us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing and honoring Wes’s memory.

Wesley “Wes” Heath Duncan was a caring husband, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He joined his father in heaven on February 8, 2022 at the age of 43. He was born to Harold and Priscilla Duncan on February 3, 1979. Wes grew up in Bartlett, TN where he loved traveling with his family and fishing with his father.  In 2006, Wes met the love of his life, Corrie, whom he shared the love of travel with and married in 2018. Through years of...  see more
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  • Brandie Duncan-Joyner
    I was told when we were little, Wes would make my bottles and take me into the living room to watch Saturday morning cartoons with him. As I got bigger, I remember he’d make us bowl after bowl of Froot Loops and I’d sit in front of that tv every...  more
  • Priscilla Duncan
    There isn’t a format big enough to express the day he was born.
    His first tooth, first crawl, to his first step. First word, first haircut, first day of school, to a young man full of jokes, big smiles, kind and giving.
    The day he called to let me know...  more
  • Mike Carroll
    Enjoyed having Wes and Corrie at a Tailgate at LSU a few years ago. Arkansas kicked our butts that day and Wes was very quiet and subdued in the stadium and I had to egg him into doing a Soooie Pig there for us! Couple years after that defeat our home...  more
  • Brenda Jefferson
  • Chad Sanders
    Thinking about Wes this morning. My mom, Chase and I are swapping stories. Most of mom's are from back in the day, when Wes was a child. 
    From Cindy: He was a bouncing baby boy. He would wake up happy, bouncing all around the room. I love his care and...  more
  • Jeff Joyner
    I remember every time we’d go to the store he’d always buy 20 to 30 dollars worth of lottery tickets. And would always seem to double his money. He was always cutting up and saying something to make you laugh. Gonna miss that funny laugh you had,...  more
  • Gena Rutledge
    I have so many memories with Wes, I spent most of my childhood summers at my Aunt Sissy’s. I remember his tiny bedroom but yet he managed to have a table in the middle of the room with a train track. It was so cool. His stories were always epic, he...  more
  • Grace Joyner
    Even though I didn’t get to see him much we always talked on the phone❤️ I love you and I will miss you Uncle Wes
  • Rick Carroll
  • Hayden Joyner
  • Christine Firth
  • Carolyn Duncan
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  • Jackie Barreto
  • Bob Sims
  • Brandie Duncan-Joyner
    Wes led an adventurous life with many that loved him. Please enjoy these select photos we have put together in his remembrance.
  • Brandie Duncan-Joyner