Waymond C. Nutt, MGen USAF, Ret., “Headed West” on May 13, 2021.
Born in Ballinger, TX, he was raised in Mahomet, TX, and in 1951, graduated from Texas A&M University and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. Upon completion of pilot training in 1952, he went on to become a fighter pilot flying 63 F-86 combat missions in the Korean War and 156 F-105 combat missions in Vietnam.
He spent 35 years as a military officer and retired as a Major General in 1985.
He was a constant joy and inspiration to his family and friends with a loving generosity that was unsurpassed. He was preceded in death by his wife of 64 years, Charlene Jenkins Nutt, and is survived by his two sons: Wayne Nutt and wife, Donna; and David Nutt and wife, Christine; five loving grandchildren: David Nutt and wife, Ebone; Courtney White; Jennifer Broadbent and husband, Mark; John Nutt and wife, London; and Justin Nutt and wife Hayley; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held on June 8th at Fort Sam National Cemetery and were live-streamed. The video of the service can be viewed at http://admin.mediafusionapp.com/_live/embedPlayer.php?contentId=92739&jwsource=cl. A Memorial Service followed at First Baptist Church of San Antonio in the Main Sanctuary.
For a more in-depth look at MGen Nutt’s life see his bio at Nutt, Waymond C. – Super Sabre Society