I worked with Wayne for many years and he was always one of my favorite people. He was very quiet but with a witty sense of humor; he didn't have a lot to say - but when he did, it meant something - . I still chuckle over the many times I'd call with a question and he'd think on it for so long, I thought he'd hung up. The world has indeed lost a extraordinary person.
So sorry for the loss of your Dad, Rene. I know how much he meant to you. Many blessings to you and all the families.
Charlene & Robbie Williams (Monticello, FL.)
My dad was very unique, some say that I am a lot like him. He didn't say much but when he did it was very funny or very serious. I'm glad I got to spend time taking care of him in his later years. I love you dad.
I worked with Wayne for many years. He was a good buddy. We missed him when he retired, and now he has retired once more. I can't help from smiling when I think of him.
I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to visit with your dear husband in Center Point when I was in Tallahassee recently. He was my good friend, fellow church member and Civitan member. We shared many good times. Eleanor and I extend our sympathy to you and your family in the loss of Wayne. Clarence Smith, Deland ,FL.
Libby, I was very sorry to hear the news about your dad. I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers.