Breaker, breaker 19
Wayne what's your 20
I hear your headed to The pearly gates of Heaven I can't believe your on your final ride. Lay on the horn and hammer down let them know you arrived. Your a Road Angel now keep watch over your brother and sister Road warriors. Thanks for showing my Dad the love of trucking you passed it on to him and he onto me. That's a Big 10 4 from my family to yours our thoughts and prayers for you and your loved ones will always be in our hearts.
Kathy & Family
I just want to touch on a couple of memories of Wayne, that changed our live's, he took the time to help Paul get his tractor trailer license. And this helped our family immensely. And the other memory was Wow! that man could eat. We have 50 yrs of memories of Kingston family, it's hard to just pick one. He was caring and had a big heart. He was always there for family and friends when needed. I hope this quote will help ease the pain the family is going through, "" The world changes from Year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love & memory of Wayne shall never pass away""
Rest in peace our friend, until we meet again.
Paul & Shirley Welch
Wayne n Kathy would come to mine n Kevin's house allot back in the day. I'm not going to say what the whole conversation was but this that know Wayne could imagine... He sat in the middle of our kitchen table n broke it.. all you see is the table fold in half on him n he landed on the floor covered with coffee, tea n donuts. Lol. I will never forget that day. Have a cup of coffee for me Wayne.