- 55 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 12, 1959
- Date of passing: Dec 4, 2014
|Let the memory of Wayne be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Wayne Jones, 55, born on June 12, 1959 and passed away on December 4, 2014. We will remember him forever.
"It warms me to see how much Wayne was loved by others. He was my brother more than my cousin. We loved each other from the time we were small children, although we lost connection in our adulthood. I miss you, my brother. I'm so sorry that I never called you back just before you died. Maybe you needed to say "good bye.""
"Lots of good times together."
"Once had to clean whole highway. About 3 blocks .We hit every tractor trailer that came down hwy 64.Police made us sweep up 100's of apples that we had thrown. We had lots of fun and got in trouble lots of times together. Wayne's fault every time. LOL. .Rest in Peace Brother"
"my greatest memory and the greatest part of Wayne was his heart and the fact that he truly loved his family! And this family member truly loved him. Even though at times we fought like cats and dogs. I will really missed him calling. I am so thankful that God blessed Wayne with Pat. I know that he was finally happy and content. Praise be to God!
I miss you already!"
"Rest In Peace Wayne. You were a bit on the wild side, but you always had respectful things to say to me and helped me a out a few times when I lived in the 'hood' ... be at peace cuz"
"I told Stu about you and he said "You mean crazy Wayne, your first cousin!" LOL. I guess you made quite a impression. I wish I could have seen you one more time."
"I have been told many stories about Wayne from my parents (Ben and Belinda).....he seems like the younger cousin that drove my dad (Ben) crazy! Seems like my dad had come to the rescue a few times when Wayne needed him. RIP Wayne and prayers of peace to the family."
"well you aggravated the hell sometimes but I always love you and I would always come get you when you needed me I`ll miss you"
"I hope he found the peace he was looking for. RIP Uncle Wayne"
"May his soul finally find peace. Love you, little brother."
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