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December 22, 2014

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July 29, 2014
I also worked with Wayne at Case. I'm sad to hear he has left us, he was a wonderful man.
May 27, 2014
I met Wayne when we worked together at Case Power & Equipment in 1978. I always enjoyed talking to him on the phone, as well as receiving his Christmas card every year.
One saying we had between us was "Better than nut'n". Wayne had offered me cookies one day, then asked how I liked them. I replied "better than nut'n", did someone bake them? Wayne answered, yes my wife Irene. OOps, I then said best cookies I ever had.
I'll miss you Wayne. It was a privilege knowing you.
May 20, 2014
May 20, 2014
I have met Wayne throughout my friend, who met him during the 50th liberation anniversary in the Netherlands. We visited him in Colorado and he returned again to the Netherland to celebrate our freedom. I am grateful for what he did for our country in WW2, and grateful to call him my friend. We had such a special friendship. I regret that we have an ocean between us, I would have liked to see him more often. He became the granddad for our kids, who were so proud to have an American 'opa Wayne'. Wayne, I hope that you are at peace now. I love you so much and will never forget you. XXX
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