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Cliff Pfefferle posted a condolence
Saturday, April 24, 2021
Wayne and I his first cousin was casino buddies and I took him many times loading up his legs and wheel chair to the Dakota Dunes to usually donate to the casino but we enjoyed the company and friendship. I already miss our phone calls etc etc. He had a great sense of humour. On one trip to the casino I asked him how high he was and he said on one side I’m 4ft. 3 inches and on my other side I am 4ft. 7inches without a smile May he Rest In Peace. Take your time up there! Cliff Pfefferle
Joel Labovich posted a condolence
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Well dad your time has come , and yes Wayne was my biological at her that few new about , I was born Wayne Jr in Winnipeg Manitoba October 1,1961 with his then girlfriend Louise Bretell my biological mother, had the pleasure of meeting Wayne in March 21,2007 and spent 3 hours at the west Edmonton mall getting to know my father and more about his and my biological family, my condolences to the family and friends, it’s a loss I grieve alone with. If any family wishes to reach out to me and tell me more , my name is Joel Labovich and I’m on Facebook or email me at email@example.com . Thx for the memories Dad . Peace and love .
Andrea Pearson posted a condolence
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Wayne was a long time friend of our family & spent many family dinners with us. We will miss him & his sense of humour especially during those times as he always made us laugh. When Wayne became less mobile my husband & I would take him dinners to his apartment & would always learn something about his life during those visits. We last saw Wayne at Thanksgiving when we brought him some leftovers & he met us outside in his scooter & we asked him how he was doing. He told us he’s had some rough days but he just wants to live until after November 4th to see Trump get kicked out of the White House. Well Wayne you got to see that happen! We will miss you & your funny stories...love, Andrea, Daryl, Aiden & Avery Pearson❤️
Sam Rhode posted a condolence
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Wayne was probably the best tradesman in the masonry field that there ever was. He was an extremely intelligent person he was the foreman for countless building projects in Manitoba Saskatchewan Albert and BC. New And understood blueprints to a tee. Run a very tough ship. Everything had to be excellent. Handle employees differently. Very demanding but if a new man made it with him for the first week he would prefer to work with him all the time. No body that worked with him would ever be late ever. He had a great sense of humour and you always new were you stood with Wayne You will be greatly missed and always respected to the fullest. Sam Rhode
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Friday, February 26, 2021