Wyatt Tofte Death – Dead | Obituary – Passed Away
Wyatt Tofte Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Wyatt Tofte.
We are devastated to confirm that Wyatt Tofte has not survived. He was found a short while ago. Wyatt was Roger’s Great Grandson and is loved and adored by all of his family and friends. His grandmother, Peggy Mosso, was also taken. She was also a loved and important member of our extended family. We ask for privacy and love right now.
Words cannot describe how devastating this is. 12-year-old Wyatt Tofte lost his life in the Santiam Fire. His grandmother also passed away.
My heart aches for their entire family. I’m so deeply sorry for your loss.
This is tragic. Hold on to your loved ones tight, be there for those experiencing grave loss right now, and support each other any way you can. There is a long road ahead. We’re going to need one another.
All of my hometown friends in Salem, OR….12 year old Wyatt Tofte and his dog went missing in the fires near North Fork Road in Lyons. Please share and pray for his safe return. *** UPDATE – Sadly the family has confirmed that Wyatt and his dog did not survive the fire. One report says they were found together. Just heartbreaking. Continued prayers for his family and everyone who lost loved ones and homes in the fires. ***
The first deaths of #SantiamFire confirmed
A family friend confirmed this afternoon that Wyatt Tofte, the missing 13-year-old since trying to escape the Santiam fire, was found dead.
His grandmother, Peggy Mosso, also died in the fire. Mosso was 71 years old
It’s the first two deaths reported of wildfires, which destroyed the family home on North Fork Road SE, about 10 minutes from Lyons.
Wyatt’s mother Angela Mosso, 45, survived but is in intensive care at Legacy Emanuel Hospital Burn Center in Portland.