Dr. Wayne Caron

Robbinsdale, Minnesota

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happy brithday brother

not a day goes by that you are not on my mind there was so many things left unsaid miss you brother see you oneday jack

You touch my heart every day. I miss you. I love you.

Thinking recently a great deal about you and the lessons you taught me. In the Jewish religion we light memorial candles for our dear departed. I light this in memory for you dear Wayne.

The pain of your loss has diminished, the sadness of the loss to the entire world you touched and should have continued to help has not.

Tikun Olam: To Make the World a Better Place; you engendered this to your very soul.

May you continue to be enfolded in God's arms.

What a sad shock to see that Wayne has left us. Wayne was a big fan on Wednesdays, and I wondered after not seeing him for some time. All my thoughts with family and friends. He was such a sweet man.

Happy Birthday, Wayne. We love you and miss you.

I know so much time has passed already but I just heard of Wayne's passing this morning. He was truly instrumental in my last 2 years as an undergrad at the U. We struggled together, not just as a teacher and a student but as a team working toward the same goal. I may not have made it through those times without his constant willingness help me see the true purpose of his teachings. The last time I saw Wayne was at my graduation where HE asked to take a picture with ME! I am grateful to have...

It took this long for me to be able to write about the loss of Wayne and about the greatness of knowing him. Wayne's family said that they enjoyed reading this...so just for them...one more testament of how wonderful Wayne was, how much of an impact he had on his friends and how time does not take away the pain of losing him. Just like many said, he adored you Chris, he talked about you all the time and he was extremely proud of you. I think he was the happiest as your father. After the...


Wayne's Obituaries

Caron, Dr. Wayne Age 51 of New Hope, Minneapolis/St. Paul. Lecturer and Teaching Professor at the U of M. Therapist, Author. Survived by son, Christopher and his mom, Pam Mitman; mother, Ruth Caron; brothers, Dick (Celia), Dan, Jack (Denise), Ron (Shelly); sister, Linda (Larry) Stull; many nieces...

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