- 54 years old
- Date of birth: May 6, 1960
- Date of passing: Sep 14, 2014
- Place of passing:
Kingman, Arizona, United States
|Let the memory of Wayne be with us forever|
"This will always be a day to remember...The time when we lost our eldest son...No parents want that day in their years at all.
I think of him so often all year. His memory is a comfot to us. It is comforting to know his struggles are over. I remembered him yesterday as I was out watering the porch area...he did that job for me. 947 views as of today."
"Happy Anniversary Wayne I know you are enjoying heaven Mary"
"875 views to his site...This gives me comfort."
"Missing Wayne this summer. I think of him surfing in California etc, fishing too....He liked the sun....Miss him every season of the year."
"It is Wayne's birthday and he is no longer here to enjoy it. He would be 56 today and would no doubt be liking the perks of being a senior citizen. It is raining all day today and very grey out, It suits my feelings on this memorial day, of his birth...We miss you Wayne."
"Happy birthday Wayne Mary"
"Wayne hope you have a wondrous birthday on Mary 6th. Your mother loves you so much Mary Doe"
"Wayne's Birthday is May 6th...He was born at 7:00 p.m. I was happy he was born before Mother's Day....I miss celebrating his special day."
"Thinking of Wayne on this beautiful spring day. Wanting to give him a hug and a kiss once more...Although there were plenty of hugs and love you's in his last years. He will always be missed."
"Do to some legal questions, the death of Debbie Perry came up. It has been so long since I thought of that death at 23 years...Wayne and Debbie were very close, she loved him as I do. I loved her as a daughter....there is always the whys when someone dies too young...I love them both so much."
"We are coming upon the second anniversary of Wayne's unexpected death from heart problems. I still miss him everyday but the pain has lessened..Acceptance is so helpful.."It is so, it cannot be otherwise". I am comforted knowing I will see him again and I will find out the WHY."
"I am thinking of Wayne on this first day of December. He liked the holidays. I planned to put up my tree last year as he loved the spirit of it all. I did put up the tree but he was not here to enjoy it. I am not decorating this year at all. Wayne is missed."
"Please sign when you visit Wayne's Memorial."
"Once again, on my birthday, I missed the beautiful, sentimental words in the Birthday Card from you, Wayne. No one really knows our bond...I fought to live so many times to not leave you behind.....When the paramedics came for me, all I thought was I might not see you ever again in this world. I heard others say they only thought of their kids too at death's door."
"Last year his death was such a shock. One hardly knows where to start after that. Some first thoughts were, no one will go out in the snow and brush the snow off my TV Dish...That was always such a sweet and welcome gift from him. I would not see him covered in snow in that abominable snowman snowsuit in winter. I would not see him twice a day walking his two big dogs...But most of all I would not get those wonderful loving Birthday cards and I would never be able to laugh so hard when he spoke just one funny word, like he always did..Such humor. So good looking and so very funny. He enjoyed all the holidays so much. He enjoyed good food even more. I never got to make him the cinnamom rolls like he had as a kid. I did give him the recipe.
I kept quite busy at the first. It is an escape of course...Now I have spent a slow year feeling the feelings...."
"I will be missing you until we meet again. What a day that will be. A year has passed and you are greatly missed. You will never be forgotten."
"I can't believe that it's been only 1 year. Without Wayne everything seems to be going slower. I hope on this day that everyone that knew him stops for a moment and remembers him. You are missed!!"
"September will never be the same to me. It will always be the month I suddenly lost Wayne. I was so not prepared. Almost one year has passed. Time has not healed me."
"It seems strange to stop and think that only one short year ago, my son was very much alive...I seem to miss him more the longer he is gone."
"Next month will be a year since Wayne died. It went by quickly but sadly.
I will miss him everyday of my life."
"Wayne was an excellent father when given the chance and his kids missed a great deal by the state favoring the mother's for no other reason than they were female. I watched him with his girls and he was awesome...He loved his son as well...Mother's are not great just because they happen to get custody with no thought of the father doing so..I hope his kids will realize he had no choice...It was not beacause the mother's were better parents. I was there...I know...Please think about it."
"Wayne could have been a standup comic. He had me in stitches so much of the time...he could also impersonate many people and accents. I wish he had tried the stand up root at least once...That is what I miss most about Wayne...all our laughter..priceless...He had artistic talents and mental sharpness. He could skim through school if he wanted....I miss his humor so much...We were not finished.....He sent me the best sentimental birthday cards too...what mother would not adore that? My birthday is coming and no sentimental love notes..."
"i am hoping more of his friends and acquaintances will write on his memorial...I do not have the e-mails to notify all of you."
"I thank my good friend Mary for writing on this memorial...she has been standing with me as I grieve my loss.."
"Wayne your mother loves you so very much and misses you. I know you are enjoying being with your Saviour in heaven now and waiting the day of reunion with your Mom With love Mary"
"I'm sitting here reading and looking at this memorial stunned. This is such an honor for me to post on this.
I remember a great deal about Wayne. All of it from a young age. We used to get together and hang out and have fun. I always thought about the fact that he was 10 months older. He always chose what and when because he was older. Anyway, Wayne, I love you, miss you, and want to see you again. We can have more fun camping. Thank you to my Awesome Aunt Grace and Uncle Dick for doing this and being who you are. Live On!!!"
"His Aunt Jane always loved Wayne so much...She told me often how strongly she felt about him...Now I am comforted to know they are together in heaven and will be family forever, they await my coming. There are more there than here now...I am ready anytime. It will be a blessed reunion. Wayne was the son my dad never had...Grandpa taught him to fish at a very young age. We went camping very often. We all loved to go."
"Enjoy Heaven where you are greatly loved and appreciated by so many of our loved ones. So many did not know how special you really were."
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