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Wayne Parent

Wayne J. Parent

October 9, 1939 - June 23, 2020
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Wayne J. Parent

Welcomed into the loving arms of God on June 23, 2020 at 80 years of age.

Dear and loving husband of 57 years to Anna Mae (nee Vardzel). Cherished and beloved father of Eva Bondy (Grant) and Cindy Parent (Gary). Loving Papa to Morgan, Sheldon, Brooke, and Connor.

Wayne retired from Chryslers after 30 years of service. He was an avid sailor and motorcyclist enthusiast for many years. He loved to travel with his wife on many adventures and enjoyed being a snowbird in Florida in the winters. He had a great sense of humour along with a giving and loving heart. He will be truly be missed by all.

A celebration of Wayne’s life will be held at a later date. If you so desire, donations can be made to the Salvation Army (salvationarmy.ca). Arrangements entrusted to Families First 3260 Dougall Ave. South Windsor, 519-969-5841. Share memories, video condolences, photos, or make a donation at www.FamiliesFirst.ca
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Nancy Oldridge

Posted at 04:28pm
Anna Mae, Eva, Cindy and Families, our deepest and heartfelt sympathy. Mom, Dad, Geoff and myself, have so many wonderful memories of friendship and wonderful times together. Wayne will be missed.❤ Thinking and remembering, Bob, Stella, Geoff and Nancy Oldridge.
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Grace

Posted at 07:37pm
Wayne: Thank you for the wonderful memories. See you on the other side. Grace Armstrong
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Brenda Petro

Posted at 09:35am
Sincere condolences Ann Mae and family. Wayne was a much loved sailor. May your hearts be healed with all the love and support.
Brenda & George Petro
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Robin Schiller

Posted at 04:01pm
There are so many great memories for me of Wayne Parent. It’s hard to choose just one. He taught me how to sail, do my taxes on line, how to make a good time, and so much more. But most of all, he taught me that even though everybody says go right, go right, it’s okay to go left. Love you all. Robin and Mike.
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Michelle miner

Posted at 11:32pm
My condolences to you Mrs Parent. And to you Eva and Cindy. He will be missed but he will watch over you all always
Michelle Miner
 
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David & Carolanne Smith Posted at 12:27pm

Our memories of Wayne will be as “the Captain“ whether on his 27 foot Mirage (she’s apparent) a 50 foot sailboat in BVI (Makin Smiles) or on a houseboat on the Trent Severn canal. Wayne taught us how to sail. I remember that the safest place for me was to fly the spinnaker when we had a stern wind and I’d be out of the way and not underfoot. We rode motorcycles together to Erieau, Mitchells Bay, or Colechester harbour to Leamington along Lake Erie. We’ve got all those great memories. We think of them often. Carolanne and I will miss the Wednesday’s coffee with you at Tim Hortons which we looked forward to every week. God bless you Wayne and we know that we will all meet again. David and Carolanne Smith
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