It has been many years since we all were at one time in CHS however when one of our own passes we are so sadden. My prayers are with you Eddie and al of Wayne's family
Though Wayne and I were not in the same Toastmasters club, I knew him from Toastmasters; I once heard him give a speech about opera and his love of it. Ever since then, when I would see him in a public place, I would usually refer to that speech. He did so much with his life. My prayers will be with the family as the days go by.
Our sincere sympathy to you, Andrea, and your family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. You and your extended family have had a very sad month, but God's grace and mercy will comfort all.
Sue and Mitchell Moore (Chattanooga, TN)
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Prayers of comfort to you all.
Wayne will be greatly missed by many. I know he will be greatly missed by his brother Ed. Wayne had a dry wit that always made me laugh. I will remember him always. May your many years of memories bring you comfort, Andrea.
Peggy Berry(Zephyrhills, Fl)
We are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May the good memories bring you peace.
Sincerely, Jessie & Karen Purdom
Wayne, the ultimate "Convener" who brought Sebring, Ohio boys together so many times from kindergarten till now. We remember his love of music whether playing the trombone or seeing Debussey's Iowa home as he visited Ed. We remember his visit with Andrea as they attended the Santa Fe Opera. We so enjoyed Wayne and Andrea's hospitality as Chattanooga became a stopping point on our east-west travels. We give thanks for Wayne's joy in his wife and family and his zest for music. We send our sympathy to all, Bill and Margaret Franke.
My deepest sympathy to family. I graduated with brother Ed, but remember Wayne playing trombone in CHS band at the same time my sister played in band, also the trombone. My you Rest in Peace Wayne, you will be missed.
Bye Wayne "O", you will be missed by many, not just your family, but all of us who grew up with you in Chester, WV., especially when I had the pleasure of your presence in our house with big brother all the time. You were a gem and I will remember many times of you and Gene being the "great music critics", sitting in the front yard listening to the 1812 Overture on high. RIP..Love ya Ruth Anne Burch Golab.